Free 2018 International Student Handbook
Many students have no language proficiency at their choice of study, or they do not score well enough to meet the school's required grades when applying to college or college. Many candidates after their English proficiency test, due to the results have been unsatisfactory, or fail to reach the level of school admission, and their own study abroad life is very desperate. In fact, these concerns are actually unnecessary, because many Canadian universities and colleges offer dual admission (language + professional courses), taking into account that applicants' English proficiency may not be able to meet entry levels. Double admission is offered at most colleges and universities in Canada and is designed to meet the entry requirements of students who meet academic standards but fail to meet the English language requirements. Students will be admitted to the school's English course and will be admitted to the professional course. Students will be required to attend an English course organized by the school first. When their English level reaches the level required by the school, they will be admitted directly to the professional course. In order to provide more than one school double admission application services, in this article, we will list some of Canada can double enrollment of colleges and universities a brief introduction, interested applicants are welcome to contact the school to learn more hegemony for more school information
York University - Double Admission
York University's language program for the York University English Language Institute, English does not meet the requirements of students need to enter this language class to learn English. The project enrollment 3 times a year, respectively, in January, May and September. In general, undergraduate language courses start 8 to 16 weeks prior to the start of the formal course.
High school graduate or above, with an average of 75%, different majors are different
IELTS 6 points or TOEFL 79 points, or through the York University campus English test students can directly enrolled 8 weeks of English classes
IELTS 5.5 or TOEFL 69, or students who pass English tests at York University can be enrolled directly into a 16-week English class
* Laurier University - Double Admission
The English language program at Laurier University is LEAF, which provides language courses for international students who do not meet English language requirements. The course has four school days a year, from September to December (14 weeks), January to April (14 weeks), April to June (8 weeks), June to August (8 weeks ).
All double admission must have a designated IELTS or TOEFL score. Please refer to the chart below. If you have an IELTS score of 6 / TOEFL score of 65, your LEAF language level is 5.
Ontario Polytechnic University also accepts double admission, if the applicant's English is not the only customs, only the applicant is a high school graduate or above, TOEFL 83-87 points (listening, reading and writing part of not less than 20 points, speaking not less than 19 points) or IELTS 6.5 points (single not less than 6 points), you can apply for double admission.
Each year, EAP, an English course
Seneca College - Double Admission
at the Ontario Polytechnic University, has four start dates, January, April, July and the end of October respectively.
Saint Seiya College offers language courses for students who do not meet the English language requirements. ESL courses are offered in ESL classes at their own language center. The ESL classes are divided into eight levels, each of seven levels, and at the seventh level, Can begin elective courses. Students successfully completing the Level 8 course will receive a Certificate of Standing. The San Li Jia University School recognizes this certificate as equivalent to 550 TOEFL exams, and has direct access to the Saint Seiya College (Professional) course without further English test.
The course is divided into eight levels, each level is a 7 week course, the eighth level is a 14 week course, and the start dates are January, May and September respectively. 25 hours per week Courses level 5 (6th, 7th and 8th grade students who can take 1-2 formal courses at the same time. Students who have successfully completed 8 levels can skip TOEFL / IELTS and attend formal courses directly .
George Brown College - George Brown College
George Brown College offers nine levels of English language courses for students whose English scores do not meet the requirements. At level 7 and level 8, students have the option to enter general professional studies. But keep in mind that you can choose to enter university and essay classes only if you have completed Level 9.
Here's a list of the George Brown college requirements for English grades:
School English Courses: Academic English Intensive Course (EAP)
The Academic English Enhancement Program (EAP) offers a total of 9 levels of full-time English teaching lasting eight weeks in each community. TOEFL / IELTS scores are automatically matched to their respective learning levels (TOEFL / IELTS scores are valid for two years), and TOEFL / IELTS scores are valid for TOEFL / IELTS scores. Students should attend the George Brown College English one week prior to the Intensive English program Degree test, determine the corresponding entry level.
If English IELTS score fails to reach 6, students may apply for "Language + Major" dual admission at the Centennial College of Technology. Students will need to have an English test taken at the school. The test score will determine the student's English level and at which level English courses.
ü The EAP course consists of three levels: Beginner, Pre-Intermediate, Intermediate, 1 semester per level. Each level contains 5 units, each unit takes 3 weeks.
ü Admission, you need to provide one of the following language scores:
• IELTS: 3.5-4.0
• TOEFL: 397-433
• IBTOEFL: 30-40
• ITEP: 3.5-3.6
• PEARSON TE (ACADEMIC): 36-40
• CAMBRIDGE EXAMS - Preliminary English Test (PET): PASS
Grading Course Description:
Primary courses include: speaking, reading, writing, pronunciation, grammar, vocabulary, study skills, etc.
Ø Intermediate courses include: speech skills, note taking skills, research and reference skills, etc., while students can take part in professional courses.