Course code: #269
These items are optional and you can choose them as you wish after applying for the course.
|Cost of living||1 person||$7,728|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||0|
GAS-English for Academic Purposes 2023-24 (Domestic & International) - 478
This program is not for absolute beginners nor for students whose first language is English.
Learn and gain confidence in academic English language skills in a Canadian college environment. Complete Semester 3 to meet Language Proficiency Requirements for post-secondary college programs.
Students require a Secondary School diploma or at least 10 years of education in their first language.
Students are placed into a semester by language skill level.
You may also have an interview to finalize your placement. Students are usually placed according to the lowest skill to support their success.
Semester 1: IELTS 3.5, no band below 3, or equivalent.
Semester 2: IELTS 4.5, no band below 4, or equivalent OR successful completion of Semester 1
Semester 3: IELTS 5.5, no band below 5, or equivalent OR successful completion of at least two Semester 2 courses.
Start Dates: January, March, May, July, September and November.
Levels: Through 8. Levels are 7 weeks in length. Upon successful completion, you advance to the next level.
Length of Study: On average, you will study for 4-6 months.
|Meets Language Requirements for||SCORE AT ENTRY|
with band below 5.5
with score below 7
|60 - 78||100|
EAP Level 7
|IELTS 5.5||CLB 6||46 - 59||90|
EAP Level 6
|IELTS 5||CLB 5||35 - 45||80|
EAP Level 5
|IELTS 4||CLB 4||28 - 34||65|
EAP Level 4
|IELTS 3.5||CLB 3.5||25 - 27||55|
Options are available for mature applicants.
Mohawk recognizes that life changes people’s directions. That’s why Mature Students don't need to have completed a secondary school diploma to enter a Mohawk College program.
Mohawk welcomes students from many backgrounds:
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Students who do not consent to release information will have their student information filed separately.
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