The goal of the EAP program is to prepare students to read, write, speak, and listen to English well enough to succeed in university or college.
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, practicing academic reading and writing and completing various university examinations. Students will also build critical thinking and research skills and participate in discussions and seminars.
The EAP program offers courses at 6 different levels, with 8-week sessions for each level. Students will be assigned to a course of appropriate level after a placement test. Students who successfully complete the 6-level EAP course will enter the designated bridging courses for their undergraduate or graduate program.
After level 6, students will possess the knowledge and skills to start selected two-year diploma programs at partnership colleges. Students who successfully complete Level 7 (General Bridging) and 8 (Pre-Master's degree program) are eligible to start their bachelor or postgraduate programs (depending on the partner school’s requirements).
After successful completing our programs, students do not need to pass IELTS, TOEFL or GMAT and will obtain guaranteed admission to partnership schools.
This 8-week course involves the completion of both in-class work and assignments. 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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
This is the eight weeks program designed for high school students who plan to enroll in Canadian universities or colleges after graduation. This program consists of an intensive language course (30 hours a week) and includes English-language tests, partner universities campus tours, workshops, and activities such as entertainment, visiting tourist attractions, and attending sporting events.
Students can not only significantly improve their language skills by plunging into the academic environment, but also see the leading Canadian universities with their own eyes, decide on their future profession and get unique impressions!
For levels 1-6. Students are developing academic writing skills and oral proficiency with major-specific vocabulary and terminology, gaining an understanding Canadian academic culture and academic integrity, and practicing intercultural communication skills.
For levels 7-8. These programs are designed to fully prepare students with the academic English and study skills necessary to succeed in various university/college programs. An important part of ICEAP Toronto program, these bridge courses are endorsed by its partner institutions.
This vacation program starts in June. It is designed for high school students who plan to enroll in Canadian universities or colleges after graduation. This program consists of an intensive language course (30 hours/week), a unique academic orientation course, and extracurricular activities.
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
370 Huron Street
London ON N6A 2K4
205 Sparks Ave North York,
Toronto, ON M2H 2S5