English as a Second Language (ESL)

English as a Second Language (ESL) programs provide international students with the opportunity to learn English or improve their language skills in English. ESL comprises four areas of teaching such as (i) Reading, (ii) Writing, (iii) Listening and (iv) Speaking. Almost every Canadian school in North America now welcomes students who speak over 100 different languages. Such examples are several Aboriginal languages, many African, Asian, and European languages, or an English-related creole language (such as Caribbean Creole or West African Krio). This increasing linguistic and cultural diversity provides students with many opportunities for cultural enrichment and for learning that is global in scope. However, this diversity brings a significant and growing proportion of students who come as English language learners in the English-language schools. Our ESL program opens a door for the students who are interested in getting admissions in different schools in North America, Australia, UK, Europe and many other countries. These students will learn the language of instruction i.e., English. The curriculum in English as an ESL program has been developed to ensure that English language learners have the maximum opportunity to become proficient in English and achieve the high levels of literacy that are expected of all students. The goals of the ESL curriculum is to (i) train the students in a broad proficiency in English that is essential to students’ success in both their social and academic lives, (ii) foster their capability to take their place in society as responsible and productive citizens and (iii) provide with the knowledge and skills an English language learner needs. For more information, please Click Here. To enroll in this program, please Click Here.

Why Choose our ESL Program

  • To use English as an effective mode of communication in a variety of social settings.
  • To use English in achieving academically in all subject areas.
  • To take charge of their own learning, independently and in groups.
  • To select and use effective learning strategies in English speaking institutions.
  • To integrate students confidently into mainstream curriculum and courses.
  • To use English effectively to advocate for themselves in all areas of their lives.
  • To make a successful transition to the student’s chosen postsecondary destination such as work apprenticeship, college, university etc.
  • To function effectively in a society increasingly committed to the use of information technology.
  • To use critical-literacy and critical-thinking skills to interpret the world around them.
  • To participate fully in the social, economic, political, and cultural life of their communities with a strong voice in English for global acceptance.