|EAPA 101: Communication and Academic Strategies 1|
|EAPC 101: Computer-Assisted Language Learning 1|
|EAPI 101: Integrated Language Skills 1|
|EAPA 102: Communication and Academic Strategies 2|
|EAPC 102: Computer-Assisted Language Learning 2|
|EAPI 102: Integrated Language Skills 2|
|EAPA 103: Communication and Academic Strategies 3|
|EAPC 103: Computer-Assisted Language Learning 3|
|EAPI 103: Integrated Language Skills 3|
|EAPA 104: Communication and Academic Strategies 4|
|EAPC 104: Computer-Assisted Language Learning 4|
|EAPI 104: Integrated Language Skills 4|
|EAPA 105: Communication and Academic Strategies 5|
|EAPC 105: Computer-Assisted Language Learning 5|
|EAPI 105: Integrated Language Skills 5|
|EAPA 106: Communication and Academic Strategies 6|
|EAPC 106: Computer-Assisted Language Learning 6|
|EAPI 106: Integrated Language Skills 6|
|EAPC 107: Computer-Assisted Language Learning 7|
|EAPI 107: Integrated Language Skills 7|
|EAPR 107: Reading and Research|
|EAPC 108: Computer-Assisted Language Learning 8|
|EAPI 108: Integrated Language Skills 8|
|SOCE 006: Canadian Society and Culture|
Upon successful completion of the program, a graduate will:
Demonstrate English language competence at the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) B2 level.
Present clear positions on a variety of topics by engaging with different perspectives and systems of thought.
Use appropriate sources and digital tools to support academic work.
Demonstrate professionalism when collaborating with others and/or working autonomously.
Demonstrate academic integrity appropriate for Canadian postsecondary contexts.
Completion of EAP level 8 meets the language proficiency requirments for admission to most Humber programs. For students completing level 8 with no failed courses and with the appropriate grades (see below), no further IELTS or TOEFL testing is required.
International students enrolled in EAP may receive conditional offers of admission to most Humber programs.
Humber recognize completed and passed EAP levels as well as your graduation GPA from EAP Level 8 for a maximum of two (2) years after completion of the course/program. If you reapply after this time you need to retake the EAP placement test.
Please click here for details on EAP placement compared to popular international English assessments.
If English is not your first language, you may need to prove your English level before starting your Humber program. If you do not have an IELTS or TOEFL score, you can review our EAP level descriptors’ guide to start thinking about your English before you come to study. This interactive document will help you to reflect on your language learning by checking your progress in listening, speaking, reading, and writing as you complete each level of EAP.
Important Dates: 2020/2021 Academic Year
All testing is online
Note to EAP Applicants
You will need to take one of the online English placement tests for Humber to assess your English proficiency level and to place you at the appropriate level within our English for Academic Purposes program. You will need to upload your test results to MyHumber (humber.ca/myhumber) under proof of English Language Proficiency. Once we receive your test results your offer letter will be issued.
Please carefully read the communications from Humber Admissions about the tests you can take and the link to take them.
Starts at 10.00am. Details will be sent to students in advance
|Classes Start||Classes End|
|Intake 1||Friday, Sep 3||Tuesday, Sept 7||Friday, October 22|
|Intake 2||Friday, October 29||Monday, November 1||Friday, December 17|
|Intake 3||Friday, January 7||Monday, January 10||Friday, February 25|
|Intake 4||Friday, Mar 4||Monday, March 7||Friday, April 22|
|Intake 5||Friday, April 29||Monday, May 2||Friday, June 17|
|Intake 6||Friday, June 24||Monday, June 27||Friday, August 12|
By 2030, half the world’s population is expected to speak English. Prepare now for your future by developing the skills and knowledge you need to be successful in postsecondary and postgraduate studies, and to give you a competitive edge in your professional field.
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In this video, Andrea Farias, an Alumna of Ontario College Certificate in English for Academic Purposes, currently studying Diploma in Business management shares her experiences of studying at Humber.
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