EAP (University Entrance)

EAP (University Entrance)

This course in English for Academic Purposes (EAP) provides advanced ESL students with the opportunity to improve their academic listening, speaking, reading and writing skills. Upon completion of EAP 140, students are able to analyze academic materials critically and to express themselves fluently, accurately and logically, both orally and in writing.

  • Start Dates: 2015 (Mar 09, May 18, Jul 27, Oct 05, Dec 28)

Program Benefits

  • High Level Academic English
  • Seamless pathway to the Canadian College, University of Alberta, Emily Carr University, University of Lethbridge, Vancouver Island University and Thompson Rivers University.
  • Students do not have to write the TOEFL or IELTS exams. EAP 145 meets the language requirement of partnered universities.

The Pathway

EAP 140 Advanced Academic English (9 weeks)

This course in English for Academic Purposes (EAP) provides advanced ESL students with the opportunity to improve their academic listening, speaking, reading and writing skills. Upon completion of EAP 140, students are able to analyze academic materials critically and to express themselves fluently, accurately and logically, both orally and in writing.

EAP 145 Advanced Academic English (9 weeks)

This EAP course is a continuation of EAP 140. Students further develop their abilities to collect and synthesize information from a variety of academic sources; analyze and critique materials; and present their ideas in a variety of media in accordance with the academic standards found at the first-year university level. Students who successfully complete EAP 145 will receive a letter of completion from the English Language Program at the Faculty of Extension, University of Alberta . The office of the Registrar and Student Awards accepts this letter as proof that the student has achieved the level of English language proficiency required of all international undergraduate applicants.

Conditional Admission to Undergraduate Studies

Completion of EAP 145 will meet the English language proficiency required but students must apply separately with all supporting academic documents for entry into our partnered university pathways. Canadian College of English Language staff will assist with this process.