See what past students have said about the Academic English for Graduate Admission program.

“I’ve been admitted to the University of Michigan School of Public Health and I’m very pleased with the experience I had in 550 which I believe prepared me for graduate school.

Beside poster presentation skills, 550 helped me develop critical reading and writing skills. What I found really helpful is that almost all the tasks were subject specific which made me connected with my field.

Furthermore, I liked the peer editing tasks that helped me be aware of my own writing. Also, the books were a huge benefit and I still refer to them every now and then.”

—Abeer, Master's of Public Health, the University of Michigan

“Overall I’d like to say that it has been a pleasure to be a student of the EAP 550 course and that It has significantly helped me improve my English, both spoken and written.

During the course we were presented with different methods to stimulate our minds to formulate the idea in the English language.

This helped me to stop formulating phrases with the Portuguese structure making the process of writing in English more natural.”

—Anna, Business Administration NAIT

“Because the TESL program at UBC requires all MA applicants to submit their own writing sample … the preparation for the application to admission was academically and intellectually demanding for me.

Even so, my academic English preparation in your EAP 550 course did certainly help me to successfully write up the writing sample and eventually to be admitted to the program.”

—Haruki, Graduate student, TESL Program, Language & Literacy Education, UBC

“EAP 550 was a fantastic opportunity to not only learn under a great English teacher, but also gave me the opportunity to learn skills that I need in my further study.

Overall, from a personal point of view, I strongly recommend EAP 550 to any student who wants to be successful in their further studies.”

—Mohammed, Technology Management NAIT

“I learned a lot of things from EAP 550, especially regarding writing skills, such as how to organize my ideas, how to make better sentence flow, how to write a clear and concise article, and so on.

Also, oral and poster presentations in the course helped me improve academic and communication skills.”

—Jin Soo, graduate student, School of Public Health, University of Alberta“