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Why Study English in Canada?

More job opportunities

Communication and presentations skills are highly valued by most employers

Join a College

Improve your language skills and score high on ESL tests required to join in Canadian Colleges or Universities

Points for Express Entry

If you want to move to Canada, good language skills will grant you better scores

Make friends

Improve your social life, communicate better with people around you and make new friends

What You Can Achieve

Pathway English

After completion of the EAP pathway program students can enter several Canadian universities.

IELTS

The International English Language Testing System, or IELTS™, is an international standardized test of English language proficiency for non-native English language speakers.

General English

General English classes meet five days a week, for a total of 25hours each week. 

CELPIP

The Canadian English Language Proficiency Index Program, or CELPIP, is an English language assessment tool which measures listening, reading, writing, and speaking skills

Business English

Business English is a part of English for specific purposes and can be considered a specialism within English language learning and teaching, or a variant of international English. 

Accent Reduction

Improving your pronunciation in your second (or third) language is called accent modification. The process involves learning new consonant sounds, vowel etc.. Sound like a native speaker

Partner Schools

ILAC

Number of Students: 1500-2000

The ILAC Toronto campus is a boutique-style school, centrally located in the trendy downtown neighbourhood of Yorkville, near a major subway station, surrounded by restaurants, cinemas, cafes, shops, and within walking distance to museums and the University of Toronto.

ILSC

Number of Students: 630-1050

ILSC Toronto moved to a brand new campus in December 2005. Toronto is Canada's leading center for finance, art, publishing, theater, music, and many more cultural endeavors. Students will have plenty of opportunities to enjoy social activities while practicing their language skills.

RCIIS

Number of Students: 630-1050

From General English to the more practical Speaking Skills to more intensive Communication and Critical Thinking Lessons, One-to-One Classes and Tailored Group Packages, you have the advantage of picking the classes that suit your needs at our English school in Toronto.

Western Town College

Number of Students: 250-300

The school’s brand new campus is located in midtown Toronto, two blocks east of the Eglinton subway station, steps away from the popular intersection of Yonge and Eglinton. Beyond the regular courses available to the students during the day, WTC also offers a variety of after school activities including international cooking, learning idioms, pronunciation games and many others.

International House

Number of Students: 220-320

International House's school is a medium-sized school characterized by accommodating multinational students in an familiar atmosphere, and by conducting detailed guidance to each student. The classes are in small groups with 12 people at maximum, providing high quality programs by experienced teachers and a casual atmosphere.

The Language Gallery

Number of Students: 630-1050

From General English to the more practical Speaking Skills to more intensive Communication and Critical Thinking Lessons, One-to-One Classes and Tailored Group Packages, you have the advantage of picking the classes that suit your needs at our English school in Toronto.

Upper Madison College

Number of Students: 30-50

Upper Madison College is a premium language institution dedicated to providing quality language instruction. Our motto is "Commitment, Connection, Compassion." We are committed to excellence. At UMC, students connect with friends from all over the world. Finally, UMC instills the confidence needed to be compassionate world citizens.