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Duration

12 weeks

Tuition

$6,000

  Toronto

Apr 6-Jun 26

Plus 2 other start dates

Jul 6 - Sep 25 2020

Sep 28 - Dec 18 2020

Commitment

Full-Time

Delivery

Classroom

Credential

Certificate

Year Founded

1974

Scholarships

no

Improve your prospects for admission to the University of Toronto or other English-language universities or colleges – and for success once you are enrolled. This program will provide you with the opportunity to meet the language facility requirement and help you build the confidence you need to excel in an academic environment. In our Integrated Skills classes you will strengthen your skills in academic reading, writing, listening, and speaking. Additionally, you will have one Project Day class a week which will give you a chance to use the skills from the Integrated Skills class to work collaboratively in a project-based learning environment.

What You’ll Learn 

  • Produce complex and well-developed pieces of writing
  • Build your academic speaking, listening, and reading skills
  • Interact in an academic setting with confidence
  • Develop communication skills necessary for academic success
  • Demonstrate knowledge of university culture

A grade of B or higher at Level 60 in Academic English satisfies the language facility requirement for admission to undergraduate and most graduate programs at the University of Toronto. Some other universities and colleges also accept this as proof of language facility.

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Student Reviews (9)

University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies

Excellent instructors

Mariana Paliz

Toronto • February 25, 2020

Graduated From

Academic English

Overall:

5 out of 5

Instructors:

5 stars

Curriculum:

5 stars

Job Assistance:

na

Excellent instructors and challenging classes that can help you prepare to get into university or graduate school in Canada.

Excellent instructors and challenging classes that can help you prepare to get into university or graduate school in Canada.

University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies

Great instructors

Anjali Tiwari

February 21, 2020

Graduated From

Foundations of Digital Strategy and Marketing Management

Overall:

5 out of 5

Instructors:

5 stars

Curriculum:

4 stars

Job Assistance:

na

I enrolled in Digital Marketing Management Certification from UofT SCS. Online registration was pretty easy. The best part of my courses was highly qualified and experienced instructors. Being in Digital Marketing, with basic knowledge and experience t...

I enrolled in Digital Marketing Management Certification from UofT SCS. Online registration was pretty easy. The best part of my courses was highly qualified and experienced instructors. Being in Digital Marketing, with basic knowledge and experience this certification helped me strengthen my skills. I highly recommend this certification to anyone looking to make a career in Digital Marketing.

FAQ

  • Do I have to be a University of Toronto student or alumnus to apply for courses at the School of Continuing Studies?

    No. All adults are welcome to apply for courses at the School regardless of prior academic background.

  • Can I apply the courses I take at the School of Continuing Studies for credit towards a degree program at the University of Toronto?

    No. Courses taken at the School of Continuing Studies do not carry University of Toronto degree credit.

  • Will I gain admission to the University of Toronto if I take courses at the School of Continuing Studies?

    No. Acceptance into the University of Toronto cannot be attained by completing courses at the School of Continuing Studies. You must apply for admission to degree programs, either through the Office of Admissions and Awards or through the School of Graduate Studies.

  • Do I have to register in a certificate before taking courses?

    You do not have to register in a certificate before enrolling in courses that are requirements in the certificate program. When you have satisfied all certificate requirements in the prescribed time limit, you simply fill out the Certificate Request Form, send it to the School by email, fax or mail, and then wait for the certificate to be mailed to your preferred address. Although it is not necessary to register in a certificate before enrolling in courses, we do recommend that you notify us of your intention to pursue a certificate when you register for your first course. We will be able to track your progress and notify you of any updates or changes to the program.

  • Will the courses I take at the School of Continuing Studies affect my GPA at the University of Toronto?

    All courses taken through the School of Continuing Studies are non-degree, non-credit. Final grades achieved for the School’s courses will not affect your GPA for degree studies at the University of Toronto.

  • I have a degree from another country. Can your institution do an evaluation of my degree?

    Yes. The Comparative Education Service provides assessments of international academic qualifications and compares them to those offered in Canada, which helps employers to better understand our clients’ credentials. Please visit http://learn.utoronto.ca/ces.htm to print out an application and to review the document requirements.

  • Can I get a student visa if I study at the School of Continuing Studies?

    Our full-time English as a Second Language Program is the only course or program offered by the School that may entitle you to qualify for a student visa. Check with the nearest Canadian visa office to make sure you have enough time to get the proper documents, if required. View the Citizenship and Immigration Canada website for more information.

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