English language evening classes (ESL)

Fall term 2021

The part-time program will continue to offer interactive online lessons for your convenience and safety this fall!

NEW!!  English for Business Purposes

A focused curriculum covering vocabulary and functional language required in a Canadian business environment, including speaking practice, writing conventions, communication skills, and workplace culture.

Mondays, 6:30-8:30pm, September 27 - December 6, Tuition: $450

Regular courses:

  • Academic Writing (advanced level):
    • September 15 - December 1
    • Wednesdays, 6:30-8:30pm
    • Tuition: $400
  • Spoken English (advanced level):
    • September 15 - December 1
    • Wednesdays, 6:30-8:30pm
    • Tuition: $400
  • Graduate Writing:
    • September 15 - December 1
    • Wednesdays, 4-6pm
    • Tuition: $450
  • Pronunciation Private Class:
    • September 15 - December 1
    • Five hours, individual schedule
    • Tuition: $350
  • Spoken English Short Course (intermediate level):
    • October 12 - November 9
    • Tuesdays, 6:30-8:30pm
    • Tuition: $250
  • Customized Tutoring:
    • your level, skills, learning objectives, schedule
    • 5 hours: $350


All materials are included. Students must have access to a computer with camera, microphone, and headphones.

For inquiries and registration, contact uslc.reception@usask.ca


We specialize in English courses for advanced levels and academic skills. The part-time program is nationally accredited and our instructors are TESL certified. Our courses are open to everyone!

  • Improve your English grammar, vocabulary and mechanics through writing sessions and instructor feedback.
  • Learn how to write effective paragraphs and essays
  • Advanced level.
  • Develop fluency and confidence while practising your speaking and listening skills. 
  • Increase your vocabulary, functional language, and idiomatic expressions through various tasks and activities. 
  • Advanced and intermediate levels.
  • Improve your accent for employment or public speaking.
  • Understand speech concepts such as stress, linking, rhythm, and intonation. 
  • Develop and practise skills for writing literature reviews, research proposals and research papers.
  • Enhance your academic writing style, formal vocabulary and mechanics while revising your own portfolio assignment. 
  • For current grad students only.


Class registration includes:

  • access to tech support for classes or individuals
  • a certificate of completion
  • free, additional workshops on special interest topics

The Language Centre reserves the right to cancel classes when there is insufficient enrolment; in that case, students may register for another class or receive a full refund. No refunds are issued after the first class.

*University of Saskatchewan international graduate students can apply for funding for evening ESL classes through the College of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies.

Contact us

Contact the main office for registration and further information.