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Webinar "Exams or EAP? English Language Proficiency Requirements for Admission"

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Tuesday, January 22, 2019

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03:00 PM America/Toronto

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Presenter

Dalhousie University Language School

Exams or EAP? English Language Proficiency Requirements for Admission
Applying to study at an Anglophone university in Canada? All universities require applicants to show proof of English language proficiency and offer a long list of tests and courses which do so. Which exam should you choose? Or should you consider an academic English course? Join Jennifer MacDonald and Tony Rusinak, academic English instructors with Dalhousie University’s ESL Programs, as they share info and advice for the most common exams and discuss what to consider when choosing an academic English course. The webinar will include lots of time for questions related to the language skills needed for admission to a Canadian university and for academic success once you begin your program.
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CALDO consortium

CALDO is your gateway to connect with some of Canada’s leading universities, offering top-ranked Master and PhD programs in English and French to students from all over the world.

Register for this webinar and find out more about the university, its programs and how to apply.

Webinar will start at 3:00 PM EST (Toronto time).

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