These courses are designed for students who want to learn or refresh their knowledge of the grammatical structures in English. In addition, these courses are highly recommended for students who are making consistent errors in their writing.

Entry Requirements

English Assessment and Placement

Students are required to complete an assessment for the ESL courses listed in this package. There is a non-refundable/non-transferable assessment fee of $35.00. The assessment identifies the appropriate course and level of study.

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Due to COVID-19, all Part-time Studies courses are being offered online until further notice, in one of the following two formats: online virtual classroom and online self-directed. Click Availability below to see current offerings.


ESL Grammar Skills

Grammar for Writing


ESL932 or equivalent, or permission from coordinator.

In this course, students develop proficient editing skills that enable them to identify grammatical weaknesses in their own writing. Through a focus on error analysis and guided practice, students will learn to become independent self-editors and be able to apply the strategies acquired beyond the duration of this course.

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English as a Second Language courses are offered in Classroom format.

The classroom format offers the student an interactive classroom experience, the discipline of a regular weekly or bi-weekly meeting, and a regular schedule of assignments.

Program Contacts

Jennifer Stemerdink
Program Assistant
416-491-5050 ext.22507

Sara Potkonjak
Academic Program Manager
416-491-5050 ext.22682