English for Academic Purposes(EAP)

EAP Pathway Program

The aim of the EAP module 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 EAP program allows direct entry to partner colleges or universities without IELTS or TOEFL.

 

EAP Partnerships

Brock University

Brief introduction: Founded in 1964, Brock University is one of Canadian prestigious universities. As one of the only four universities in Canada which confers Master Degree in Accounting, Brock accounting graduates are well acknowledged by Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) of Canada. In addition, Brock University is also the only Canadian University to confer Bachelor Degree in Oenology, which is well-known in North America and the graduates are guaranteed with high salary and high employment rate. The Co-op opportunities provided by the university ensures that more than 85% of its graduates are employed by the top 200 companies in Canada.

Cooperative programs: All undergraduate programs except Accounting Co-op.

Popular programs: Accounting, Business Administration, Oenology, Life Science, Economics, Computer Science, etc.

Lakehead University

Brief introduction: Laurentian University was established as a public Post-secondary institution in 1960, with its main campus situated in Greater Sudbury, Ontario, northwest of Toronto. The university has over 9,000 current students, with 6.5% international students from 62 different countries. Based on Ontario’s official records, Laurentian graduates currently rank high in graduate employment rate with a staggering 92% of students finding satisfying employment 6 month after graduation.

Cooperative programs: All undergraduate programs except BSc in Nursing, Master in Education and MSc in Psychology.

Popular programs: MBA, Engineering, Forestry, Environment Studies, Mathematical Sciences, Computer Science, etc.

Laurentian University

Brief introduction: Laurentian University was established as a public Post-secondary institution in 1960, with its main campus situated in Greater Sudbury, Ontario, northwest of Toronto. The University has over 9,000 current students, with 6.5% international students from 62 different countries. Based on Ontario’s official records, Laurentian graduates currently rank high in graduate employment rate with a staggering 92% of students finding satisfying employment 6 month after graduation.

Cooperative programs: All undergraduate and graduate programs.

Popular Programs: Engineering (Mining, Mechanical and Mining-Mechanical), MBA, Computational Sciences, etc.

Toronto Metropolitan University (Ryerson University)

Brief introduction: Toronto Metropolitan University, one of the higher education institutions in Ontario, Canada, is a well-known comprehensive university, ranking 11st in 2022 Maclean’s Magazine Canadian Comprehensive University Rankings. The campus is located in the center of Toronto, Canada’s largest city, and is a typical urban university. Toronto Metropolitan University has attracted more than 39,400 undergraduate and master students from 146 countries around the world, and offers more than 55 undergraduate majors and more than 60 graduate majors. The school has more than 125 research centers, institutions and laboratories.

Cooperative programs: Bachelor of Business Administration (Economics and Management Science, Entrepreneurship, Global Management Studies, Human Resource Management, Law and Business, Marketing, Real Estate Management), Bachelor of International Economics and Finance, Bachelor of Arts (Environment and Urban Sustainable Development, Politics and Governance), Psychology, Sociology, Philosophy).

Popular Programs: Business Administration and Liberal Arts majors.

Wilfrid Laurier University

Brief introduction: Laurie Laurier University is referred to as WLU. In 1911, it was a well-known private university in Canada. The university has two campuses in the Canadian provincial school, one is located in the city of Waterloo, the other is in Brantford. The university has 7 departments and provides full-time and hired lawyers and courses for more than 12,000 students. Laurier University ranks eighth in 2021 in Canada’s McCullin Comprehensive University, and its graduate students are one of the best Canadian business schools accredited by AACSB.

Cooperative programs: Undergraduate Liberal Arts and Business majors, such as Data Science, User Experience Design, Humanities, Environment, Philosophy, Sociology, Economics, Economics and Accounting, Psychology, etc.

Popular Programs: Accounting, Anthropology, Archaeology and Heritage Studies, Biology, Business Administration, Business Technology Management, Chemistry and Biochemistry, etc.

Simon Fraser University

Brief introduction: Simon Fraser University (SFU) was founded in 1965 and is located in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. SFU is a comprehensive public research university in North America. Its human-computer interaction HCI, computer science, and business are among the top in the world. SFU ranked No. 1 in 2022 Maclean’s Magazine Canadian Comprehensive University Rankings. Simon Fraser University has 6 faculties and more than 100 undergraduate majors. The number of undergraduate students is around 25,000.

Cooperative programs: Undergraduate programs in Liberal Arts & Social Sciences, Computing Science, Communication, Art & Technology, Business, Engineering Science, Environment, Health Sciences.

Popular Programs: Computing Science, Communication and Business programs.

University of Manitoba

Brief introduction: University of Manitoba is located in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Founded in 1877, it was the first university in Western Canada. The main campus covers an area of 680 acres and is a public comprehensive research university and one of the top universities in Canada. The University of Manitoba ranked 14th in the 2022 Maclean’s Magazine Canadian Medical University Rankings. School of Medicine, Agriculture, and Engineering at University of Manitoba is one of the best schools in Canada. The Asper School of Business ranks the third in North America. Manitoba has a wide range of majors. The university currently has more than 22,000 undergraduates and nearly 6,000 graduates.

Cooperative programs: Some undergraduate majors include Liberal Arts, Business, Engineering, Science etc.

Popular Programs: Engineering and Business programs, etc.

Yorkville University

Brief introduction:Yorkville University is a Canadian university with a national presence, which was founded in 2003. The university offers practitioner-oriented master’s, bachelor’s and diploma programs leading to professional careers that are personally rewarding and contribute to the betterment of society. Yorkville University offers programs online and on-campus that are designed for the purposeful students who have a desire to fast-track their education or need to balance work and/or family commitments. ​

Cooperative programs: Bachelor of Business Administration, Bachelor of Interior Design ​and Bachelor of Creative Arts.

Popular Programs: Business Administration, Interior Design Project Management, Creative Arts, Energy Management, Supply Chain Management, etc. ​

Georgian College

Brief introduction: Georgia College was established in 1967, and it is called Georgia College of Applied Arts and Sciences. As one of the oldest public colleges in Ontario, Canada, it is located in central Ontario and has more than 130 majors. The college offers various certificate courses, college diplomas, bachelor’s degrees and postgraduate certificates. The college has been recognized as one of the Canadian colleges and universities by Chinese Ministry of Education. Georgia College has a very high graduate employment rate, and the employment rate of graduates has remained above 88% all year round.

Cooperative programs: All Certificate Programs, College Diplomas, Undergraduate Programs and Postgraduate Certificates.

Popular Programs: Automotive Business, Engineering, Computer Science, Environmental Science, Recreation and Leisure Service, etc.

Toronto Film School

Brief introduction: Established in 2001, Toronto Film School is one of Canada’s top-ranked film schools (listed in the QS World Ranking), attracting many outstanding professional masters in the industry to join the faculty and become the cradle of outstanding graduates. Toronto Film School is recognized by Government of Canada. Its reputation has long been recognized in the North American film and television industry. The school also cooperates with Beijing Film Academy and Shanghai Theater Academy, which are top universities in the Chinese film and television industry.

Cooperative programs: All diploma programs​​.

Popular Programs: Acting for Film, TV & the Theatre, Film Production, Writing for Film & TV, Video Game Design & Animation, Video Game, Design & Development, Fashion Design, Marketing for Fashion and Entertainment, Graphic Design & Interactive Media.

Algonquin College

Brief introduction: Algonquin College was established in 1967 and is located in the Canadian capital and the “Northern Silicon Valley” Ottawa city center. The college ranks in the top five among more than 150 colleges in Canada and is rated as the best large public college by the Association of Ontario Colleges in Canada. It is also rated as the public college with the highest employment rate in Canada. Algonquin College is recognized and recommended by the Chinese Ministry of Education.

Cooperative programs: All Certificate Programs, College Diplomas, Undergraduate Programs and Postgraduate Certificates​.

Popular Programs: Computer Science, Computer System Animation and Communication Technology, etc.

Admission Criteria

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

If students cannot qualify for the 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 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, participations and attendance. Students must achieve 75% or higher in their cumulative grade in order to advance into EAP.

EAP Highlight​

  • Reputable institution is highly authorized and strictly supervised by Languages Canada

  • Official English language training institution for top ranking universities in Canada, EAP pathway program for college diplomas & certificates, undergraduate and postgraduate degrees

  • Personalized application package preparation tutorials, one-stop shop with solutions for all application related questions

  • Courses specifically designed for ESL students, share strategies applied on successful cases, enroll in prestigious fields of study and express entry for immigration

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