Thursday, February 18, 2016

Academic Preparation for University Admission

In North America there is a very large percentage of first year college and university drop-outs and failures.

Imagine spending years to finish high school - saving money for tuition, books, accommodation and travel - then after starting your college you can not keep up with the reading, do not understand the text, can not answer questions in class, can not keep up or learn at the same speed as the class or pass the tests. You have to stop and are left with nothing and have to answer the questions about what happened in college for years.

In North America the transition from high school to college is very difficult for most students.

Many Canadian, American and international students are shocked by the higher demands and higher expectations of college professors.

The usual process of just being promoted in high school does not happen in top tier colleges.

There are NO "safety nets" - NO "no-one left behind programs" - NO "participation is just as important programs" in top tier colleges.

Some of the knowledge and skills required for college success include: advanced writing; public speaking; computer literacy; computer applications and user skills; research skills; study skills; information management; time management; advanced communication skills; basic history; current events; international, national and regional economic and political news.

By taking English Language and Academic Preparation for university and college classes, you can make the transition seamless by going to college with the basic knowledge and study skills the college and university professors expect.

People from all over the world travel to North America to study or make new lives here.

To make that transition as quick and easy as possible, ESL in Canada offers a range of specialized programs and services for Canadians, Americans and newcomers who need study and language skills for college and university.

ESL in Canada provides the one-to-one private class academic preparation content and skills training required for college success which includes: advanced writing; public speaking; computer literacy; computer applications and user skills; research skills; study skills; information management; time management; advanced communication skills; basic history; current events; international, national and regional economic and political news.

The specialized academic and language skills programs can prepare you for college or university.

There are limits to the number of admissions in professional faculties and grad schools and competition to get in. You either have the marks and criteria to get in or you are left out.

ESL in Canada Classes

ESL in Canada as education consultants recommends several independant ESL English classes for example: the FREE Toronto ESL Cafe English conversation classes, the free LINC classes for new Canadians, the free English classes at many libraries, the free classes at accredited TESL Teaching schools, some excellent Board of Education continuing education classes that cost 2 or 3 dollars per instructional hour and a few English classes at excellent independant ESL schools with their teachers and their programs.

For the best ESL classes in Toronto - ESL in Canada offers ESL English classes in three formats:

1. Private one-to-one or mini-group classes with ESL in Canada.
2. Online Business English and ESL English Classes with ESL in Canada.
3. Classes at a partner ESL English school or company training offices.

If you are looking at attending ESL English classes in Canada we suggest hiring ESL in Canada as your education consultant.

Friday, February 5, 2016

List of Canadian Universities

Antigonish

  • St. Francis Xavier University

Athabasca

  • Athabasca University

Brandon

  • Brandon University

Burnaby

  • British Columbia Open University
  • Simon Fraser University

Calgary

  • University of Alberta
  • University of Calgary

Charlottetown

  • University of Prince Edward Island

Edmonton

  • University of Alberta
  • University of Calgary

Fredericton

  • St. Thomas University
  • University of NewBrunswick

Guelph

  • University of Guelph

Halifax

  • Dalhousie University
  • Mount Saint Vincent University
  • Saint Mary's University

Hamilton

  • Brock University
  • McMaster University

Langley

  • Trinity Western University

Lethbridge

  • University of Lethbridge

Kingston

  • Queens University
  • Royal Military College of Canada

London

  • University Of Western Ontario

Moncton

  • University of Moncton

Montreal

  • Concordia University
  • McGill University
  • Université de Montréal
  • Université du Québec à Montréal

North Bay

  • Nipissing University

Ottawa

  • Carleton University
  • Saint Paul University
  • University of Ottawa

Peterborough

  • Trent University

Prince George

  • University of Northern British Columbia

Regina

  • University of Regina

Sackville

  • Mount Allison Univesity

Saskatoon

  • University of Saskatchewan

Sherbrooke

  • Bishop's University
  • Université de Sherbrooke

St. John's NFLD

  • Memorial University of Newfoundland

Sudbury

  • Laurentian University

Thunder Bay

  • Lakehead University

Toronto

Vancouver

  • University of British Columbia

Victoria

  • University of Victoria
  • Royal Roads University

Waterloo

  • Wilfred Laurier University
  • University of Waterloo

Windsor

  • University of Windsor

Winnipeg

  • University of Manitoba
  • University of Winnipeg

Wolfville

  • Acadia University