International Centre for
English Academic Preparation (Toronto)

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The goal of the EAP program is to supply students with the level of English language skills needed to succeed in a Canadian university or college setting.  During the program, students practice academic and language activities that they will encounter during their university studies. Activities include viewing and discussing videotaped lectures, listening and note-taking, and practicing academic reading and writing. Students will also build critical thinking and research skills and participate in discussions and seminars.

Students in the EAP Program have the opportunity to experience university and college life through peer-to-peer visits. Organized by ICEAP Toronto and King's College Students' Union, the visits give ICEAP Toronto students a chance to meet university and college students to help make an easy transition to their future education institution. ICEAP Toronto students are also encouraged to participate in the many social and cultural activities offered at school.

The EAP program has eight levels with each being eight weeks in length, ranging from beginner to bridge course Levels. On the first day of the semester, student will be tested and placed into the level best suited to their needs.

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General Bridging Program

This 8-week course involves in-class work and assignments to attain admission and be able to succeed in community college or undergraduate degree programs. The course consists of vocabulary development and academic reading and writing. It provides an integrated, well-rounded program of study in reading, writing, listening and speaking. During the Friday seminars, emphasis is placed on developing specialized language according to students’ fields of studies.

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Pre-Master of Science in Computer Science

This course prepares students to succeed in a Master of Computer Science degree program with a focus on techniques and structures currently in use in the software engineering world. This module provides students with ample opportunities to improve their abilities in the essentials of language: reading, writing, speaking and listening. Furthermore, the language used in mathematics and physics is studied to ensure comprehension in these subjects.

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Pre-Master of Education

This course is designed for students who wish to improve their English language skills to gain admission to the Master of Education program in partnership schools. It is a 4-month intensive program focused on modules such as research skills, critical thinking, media literacy, socio-cultural competence, etc.

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King's Bridging Program

This unique pathway program was designed with professors from King’s University College at Western University. Their knowledge of first-year subjects ensures students’ academic success when ICEAP Toronto students transition to this prestigious institution after completing this program.

Pre-MBA(Business Readiness & GMAT Preparation)

During this 4-month course, students complete the business foundation course work required to enter a Master of Business Administration program. In preparation for the MBA program, students in this Pre-MBA course cover topics relating to strategy, marketing, finance, operations, human resources, and accounting, which are generally considered the cornerstones of an MBA education. Course work includes weekly readings, discussions and analysis of case studies, group presentations and writing marketing reports. Additionally, the course is designed to enhance students’ English skills in four key language areas: reading, writing, listening and speaking. With the combination of course material and attention to high-level English proficiency, students graduating from this program will be well-prepared to embark on their MBA journey.

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K-Bridging student from China——

Fang, Chenxin

--Current HBA 1 student in Ivey Business School @Western U 

--Completed Y1&2 studies in King's University College @Western U

"I truly thank to ICEAP Toronto offering me an opportunity to get prepared before entering King's@Western U. It was an unforgettable experience, which helped me to acquire professional academic skills in writing essays, reading textbooks and research materials, and also I met a lot new friends who have same goals with me. Besides study, I've learnt from K-Bridging class teacher about Canadian culture, communication skills with domestic people, and local topics among university students, so that I could be easier to get local friends from year 1 in King's. Start your journey from ICEAP Toronto will be a better choices for you as well! I'll see you all soon in London Ontario!"

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Pre-MBA student from Vietnam——

Mai Thu Tam

--Current MBA student in University Canada West @Vancouver

"I dream to have my own vehicle registration Center back home, after doing some researches, I found ICEAP Toronto has Pre-Master program for MBA in University Canada West which could be the ideal choice to complete my dream. Our teacher in Pre-Master program is very patient and nice, I got solid foundation in many English skills before getting into the University. Now, I am studying in the beautiful Vancouver downtown for my Master degree program, and I won't forget the valuable experience in Toronto with ICEAP Pre-Master friends and teachers!"

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General bridge student from Ukraine——

Adelina Korchak

--Graduated from Fanshawe College

Hello, my name is Adelina‚ I decided to skip IELTS and I choose ICEAP Toronto. I had a fantastic experience here. I was very lucky to have the best tutors, everyone was funny, they treated us as friends. Every day, when we came to ICEAP Toronto, the teacher asked how we are doing, what's new, how was our day and what plans we have for the future. Some days we were learning through playing games. Usually we worked in groups, it helped a lot in learning English. They did everything so that the lessons were not boring. Once a week we had a movie with free pizza and drinks in ICEAP Toronto. And they also organized activities, by the way, quite interesting ones (for example, we had been to Niagara Falls, Casa Loma castle, played bowling, went to the parks in Toronto, etc.). If you have a dream to study abroad, then go straight to ICEAP Toronto, and they will help you help you to master your skills, adopt to the new culture and simply feel like home.

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K-Bridging student from China

Wang, Jia

--Current Master student in University of Cambridge

--Honoured bachelor degree with GPA 4.0 (full score) from Western U

"I am honoured to become one of the 1st K-Bridging class students and I am glad that I choose King's @Western U as my first step of my resarch career. Getting the offer from U of Cambridge is not only by luck, but also with high GPA and various activities. K-Bridging program helped me to get my own study method and make me understand how to cooperate with others. Also, I still keep contact with some friends met in K-Bridging program, we are in different countries with different jobs, we introduce opportunities to each other for work and personal purpose, that definitely make us become more and more competitive in up-to-date market."

Why do our partners trust us

ICEAP Toronto is a guarantee of quality and effective language training. The goal of our programs is aimed at improving the language and academic skills of students, which allows them to be more successful and fully prepared for their university life.


Over 1000 students every year chose ICEAP Toronto for EAP Preparation.


Partnership Universities and Colleges

Fanshawe College, in London, Ontario, is the sixth largest college in Canada. More than 200 programs in 30 areas of study make it the leading polytechnic institution in southwestern Ontario. Fanshawe has more than 50 co-op programs that combine work and study.

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Brock University, located in St. Catharines, Ontario, has gained its reputation through its modern technologies and unique programs. Its co-op programs provide students with practical real-world experience enabling prospective graduates to have a competitive advantage in securing employment in their chosen fields.

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Algonquin College of Applied Arts and Technology, in Ottawa, Ontario, is one of the largest public colleges in Canada. Its dedication to student success is its guiding principle and is demonstrated through the quality of its programs, staff, the continual expansion of its facilities.

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King’s University College, in affiliation with Western University, is one of the top 5 rated universities in Canada. Located in London, Ontario, it is recognized for its excellent academic program, generous scholarships, and comprehensive student services.

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Our Activities

ICEAP Toronto organizes activities that are not only interactive and engaging, but fun and entertaining.

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Movie Nights

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CN Tower

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Niagara Falls

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Blue Jays Game

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Wasaga Beach

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Ripley Aquarium

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Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or require any additional information

We will be happy to assist you at International Center for EAP

London Campus

370 Huron Street

London ON N6A 2K4

Phone: 1-519-204-9050

e-mail: info@toiceap.ca

Toronto Campus

205 Sparks Ave North York,

Toronto, ON M2H 2S5

Phone: 1-647-495-6638

e-mail: info@toiceap.ca