Full-time ESL/EAP Program
For academic English and future University students.
- Fall 2020: September 23 to December 4
Contact the Main Office (Room 232 Williams Building) for updated tuition information.
All classes will be taught online via WebEx and BlackBoard Course Tools.
Synchronous classes will be taught in WebEx from daily (M-F, excluding holidays). There will also be class material that you will be responsible for outside of this time. Please be sure to check with your instructors about your class times and materials.
If you miss 5 hours, you will receive a warning letter.
If you miss 7 hours, you will receive an incomplete letter.
When you arrived, you took placement tests. As a result, we placed you in the level where you will be most successful.
During the first week of classes, your teacher further assesses your language abilities. Occasionally, students are moved to a lower or higher level.
The U-Bridge Classes allow students to continue their advanced English studies while attending a university class for credit.
- U-Bridge 1 attends ANTH 111 for 3 credit units
- U-Bridge 2 attends SOC 112 for 3 credit units
- Arts and Science, Edwards School of Business, and Agriculture and Bioresources award an additional 3 credit units for successful completion of U-Bridge 2
- A total of 3 credit units will be awarded towards a degree in Engineering
- Academic credits can be applied to most undergraduate programs across campus
- 3 terms per year
Keep improving your English for academic success! In this Part-Time Program, you can learn new ideas and practice skills from a different perspective.
Take an extra class for writing, speaking, or pronunciation.
The CanTEST is an English proficiency test that is accepted by USask and other Canadian universities.
You can take a preparation course or write the exam at the Language Centre.
International Special Programs
Through long-standing partnerships, we cooperate with University of Saskatchewan (USask) faculty, and other schools, universities, companies and organizations to offer short-term group programs throughout the year. These programs are specifically designed to facilitate professional or academic interest experiences which can also be incorporated with English language classes.