GRADE GURUS B2 ENGLISH IMMERSION PROGRAM
All classroom instruction and seminars will be delivered at our beautiful downtown campus, in the heart of the Montreal within walking distance of both Concordia and McGill Universities.
Students who opt into the Immersion program can benefit from workshops and cultural activities designed to engage them into using their English skills outside the classroom. These activities are offered to students in other programs at a cost, however, Immersion students have each of these activities included in their tuition.
Our teachers and staff welcome students from all over the world into an English milieu. Students comfortably ease into our English classes and become immersed in the language and culture.
Each level of study is completed between 4 and 5 weeks. Our students learn to communicate and build a repertoire of skills through academic classes, workshops and activities aimed at real life experiences. Our students become prepared to pass their B2 level (or equivalent) exam at the end of the program.
Students will be assessed and placed according to their English level proficiency.
In class, students will benefit from small class sizes with curriculum designed for the international student.
Students will be given exams in accordance various regulating bodies for English language proficiency.
Review & Prep
After program completion, students can opt into a 2 day intensive seminar with a focus on the oral skills needed to successfully engage in job and government related interviews.
Small class sizes
Curriculum based government program
Located in the heart of Montreal - Easy access (metro, train), close to universities, restaurants, shopping
Extracurricular activities available
ENGLISH IMMERSION LANGUAGE PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS
Access to activity clubs in English such as:
Art and Scrapbooking
Chess and Boardgaming
Movies and TV
and many more!
Excursions and events across Montreal at no added cost
Day trip to Ottawa
2 Day Interview Preparation Seminar at no added cost
Express filing of paperwork for student records
Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFRL)
Recognizes familiar words and make simple sentences. Introduces self and answers basic questions.
Level One: 4-5 Weeks
Level Two: 4-5 Weeks
Understands the main ideas of concrete or abstract topics in a complex text (including technical articles). Communicates with fluency during a conversation with a native speaker, speaking clearly and with detail on a number of subjects. Gives opinion with explanation.
Level Seven: 4-5 Weeks
Level Eight: 4-5 Weeks
Understands common expressions that relate to self like family, shopping, environment. Uses basic and direct information and communicate with simple words.
Level Three: 4-5 Weeks
Level Four: 4-5 Weeks
Understands a wide range of texts and understands nuances. Expresses self fluently without searching for words. Uses language in a number of contexts including professional, social or academic. Communicates clearly and can support a well-structured argument.
Level Nine: 4-5 Weeks
Level Ten: 4-5 Weeks
Understands the main points of clear speech on subjects such as work, school, activities. Manages in situations when traveling to countries using the language. Produces simple texts and describes goals, desires and explanations.
Level Five: 4-5 Weeks
Level Six: 4-5 Weeks
Master or Proficient
Understands easily almost all that is read or heard. Can express self fluently and spontaneously with precise meaning.
Level Eleven: 5 Weeks
Level Twelve: 5 Weeks