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ESL (English as a Second Language) Program at George Brown College


George Brown College’s ESL program, English for Academic Purposes (EAP), is a full-time program designed to give you the skills you need to be successful in Canada. With a strong focus on your academic and career success, our ESL program provides you with a welcoming environment in which to develop your English abilities.

Wei Zhang

“Some of my best memories are of my time studying at George Brown College. From the faculty to the learning environment, my time there was more than what I could ever have expected. George Brown taught me that I could succeed as a student, a contributor and a professional. The knowledge and skills I learned will last me a lifetime.”

Wei Zhang

Administrative Assistant, KVB Kunlun Canada Inc.

ESL Level 8 (2011); International Business Management (2012)

 

George Brown College has also signed an articulation agreement establishing exit standards that allow EAP graduates to satisfy English language proficiency requirements at 14 participating colleges, without requiring further admissions testing for a diploma program. For more information, please click here.