Pathway Program (EAP)

Pathway Program

What is the EAP Pathway Program

The aim of the pathway is to provide students with the English language and academic skills required by programs at Canadian post-secondary institutions. Successful completion of the Global Education pathway program allows direct entry to partner colleges or universities without IELTS or TOEFL.

EAP Pathway Partners

Laurentian University

Brock University

Lakehead University

Toronto Film School

St. Clair College

Georgian College

Yorkville University

EAP Highlight​

No Language Test Required

Courses replace IELTS/TOEFL requirements

Flexible Intakes

The short period of language courses with flexible intakes

Diversified assessment methods

There will be a variety of assessments for students, easier to adapt to university study.


Resonable Tuition fees

Cooperation with Universities

Direct interschool cooperation, and a high success rate in obtaining admission letters

Exclusive Application Channel

Our exclusive application channel helps applicants solve all kinds of difficult applications

Get Offers

Complete language courses to obtain college or university offers

Good Location

Take courses in the prosperous Greater Toronto Area

Admission Criteria

There are two levels in the EAP program, 8 weeks for each level, and 25 hours of classes per week.

If students cannot qualify for direct admission, students are required to complete the placement test in order to be placed into the appropriate ESL or EAP level.

There are three ways to get admitted into the EAP program:

  • Direct Admission: IELTS 5.5

  • EAP Entry Admission Test: Students wishing to enter EAP directly must take the EAP admission test. The test consists of multiple comprehension questions and essay writing. students must achieve 75% or higher overall for direct entry into EAP.

  • EAP Preparation (ESL 1-4)

  • The grading for ESL 1-4 is derived from the cumulative grade of all class assignments, including tests, writing assignments, presentations, participation and attendance. Students must achieve 75% or higher in their cumulative grade in order to advance into EAP.