You can begin your ESL studies from your current location. Our program is offered completely online in the 2020 Summer Term and 2020 Fall Term.
Our ESL program will help you improve your English and learn about Canadian culture.
The program will help you with:
- lecture note-taking
- giving presentations
- writing essays
- reading academic articles
- working in groups
At the same time, you will:
- participate in activities with your classmates
- learn about living in Canada
In the 2020 Summer Term and 2020 Fall Term, online classes are offered at specific times each day, between 9:30 am to 4:30 pm Saskatchewan time. In class, you will join your instructor and classmates at the same time so you can learn and practice together. You will also be able to access additional online learning material outside of class at any time.
- You must be 17.5 years of age
- You must have some basic English skills
- You will take a placement test at the beginning of the term to determine your starting level
There are five levels of ESL. Each level is 10 weeks long, but you can choose a shorter term of study. You will take a placement test at the beginning of the term to find out which level you will start in.
- Level 20 - Introductory
- Level 30 - Intermediate
- Level 40 - High
- U-Prep 1 - Advanced English
- U-Prep 2 - Advanced English
There are four terms each year:
- Winter term
January 2 to March 13, 2020
Apply by September 15
- Spring term
March 25 to June 5, 2020
Apply by November 15
- Summer term
June 17 to August 28, 2020
Apply by June 5
- Fall term
September 23 to December 4, 2020
Apply by September 15
Tuition: $2,050 CAD (4 weeks) - $4,300 CAD (10 weeks) per term
Application fee: $150 CAD
This does not include housing, books, and other supplies.
Phone: (+1) 306-966-4351
University of Saskatchewan Language Centre
232 R.J.D. Williams Building
Saskatoon, SK S7N 1M3 Canada
The Application for Admission Fee is non-refundable. The Tuition Deposit for each term is refundable if the application is cancelled or transferred to another term by the payment deadline.
The Housing Placement Fee is non-refundable. However, Occupancy Fees for homestay or residence will be partly refunded as determined by our Accommodations Office if students change their accommodation after arrival.
The University of Saskatchewan Language Centre reserves the right to change fees and term dates. The University of Saskatchewan Language Centre reserves the right to cancel a course and refund all money paid by the applicant.