Holland College offers language training for international students
February 23, 2018
Charlottetown, PE – Students interested in pursuing their studies at a Canadian post-secondary institution who do not have the necessary English language skills to be accepted can now take language training through Holland College’s English for Academic Purposes program to improve their skills.
The program, which is offered on the Prince of Wales Campus in Charlottetown, is extremely flexible, said Jolene Chan, Director of International Joint Venture at Holland College.
“Students may enter the program at any time, and the minimum enrolment commitment is only four weeks. Of course, the longer they study, the more progress they will make,” she said. “The class sizes are small, ensuring that each student benefits from direct interaction with the instructor and the other students.”
Certified ESL instructors using state-of-the-art computer labs and software provide the training. There is no International English Language Testing System requirement, but students must take a CanTEST, free of charge, to determine their level of proficiency in English before they enroll.
For more information about this release, please contact:
Sara Underwood, Media and Communications Officer
Tel: (902) 566-9695