A progressive program designed to meet the English language proficiency requirement for undergraduate admission at the University of Alberta.
When you successfully complete the EAP 135, 140, and 145 courses you will be able to synthesize and analyze information from a variety of sources, including academic journals and lectures, as well as material from more popular sources.
You will also develop the skills to present their ideas, both written and verbally, in accordance with first year university standards.
EAP 135 and 140 are entry points into the program. Each course is two months in duration. For more information and prerequisites for each course, please visit the EAP courses page.
We are a Top 4 Canadian university and offer more than 200 undergraduate programs.
Important information about our policies on course transfer, refunds, and attendance.
Homestay (live with a Canadian host family) and on-campus accommodations.
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