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Part-time English Studies

To better serve part-time second-language learners, Humber offers specialized English as a Second Language (ESL) classes for general interest, college credit and two online ESL certificate programs.

General Interest ESL Courses

We also offer General Interest ESL courses both in-class and online in speaking, listening, reading, writing, and business communication.

The English Placement Test is not required for General Interest ESL Courses.

ESOL 048:

ESL: Fundamentals of Academic English

ESOL 068:

ESL: Business Communication Skills

ESOL 049:

ESL: Conversation and Pronunciation 1

ESOL 056:

ESL: Conversation and Pronunciation 2

View the individual General Interest ESL Courses above for dates, course descriptions, fees and registration information.

Please visit, Online Registration for help with registering online.

Humber College is proud to announce a new Part-Time ESL Certificate starting in 2016. Any of the General Interest ESL courses listed above can be used towards completing the ESL Certificate.

College English Courses

Students who successfully complete ESOL 100 and ESOL 200 will have satisfied their English communications requirements for all Humber College diploma programs and certificates which require these courses.

View the individual ESL credit courses above for dates, course descriptions, fees and registration information.



ESOL 100 College Reading and Writing Skills: ESOL 

WRIT 100 College Reading and Writing Skills 

ESOL 200 Workplace Writing Skills: ESOL

WRIT 200 Workplace Writing Skills


Online ESL Certificate Programs

The English Placement Test is not required for Online ESL Courses.

For further information, please contact one of our Continuous Professional Learning staff at 416.675.6622 ext 74122/74086 or

Full-time English Studies

English for Academic Purposes (EAP) Program

Study English with the Centre for Education, Language & Professional Practice at the Humber Lakeshore Campus

  • Eight-week curriculum designed for non-native speakers of English who wish to improve their communication skills for entry to college or university
  • Twenty-two hours per week; small classes
  • Eight levels of study; six intakes: September, October, January, March, May, July
  • Optional accommodation and meal plan available

For detailed information and entrance requirements, international students should call 416.675.5000 or visit our EAP website.