A variety of non-degree full-time study options for international students are available through Queen's School of English, part of the Faculty of Arts and Science.
The Queen's University English Bridging Program (QBridge) is a university preparation program through which select students can receive a conditional offer to degree studies at Queen's. Successful applicants will be admitted and enrolled in the Queen's School of English and then admitted to the undergraduate degree program, conditional upon satisfactory completion of an advanced English language training course. This course will be offered in the Spring/Summer term, beginning in 2010. For more information about QBridge visit http://www.queensu.ca/qsoe/qbridge or email us at email@example.com.
English for Academic Purposes (EAP) is a 12-week program, which features an innovative, integrated skills content-based curriculum. Classroom learning is enriched with socio-cultural activities and local excursions. English Proficiency Exam Waiver is available for application to Queen's University degree programs (i.e. TOEFL Waiver). For more details, please refer to Test of Facility in English.
Canadian English Experience (CEE)-Summer/Winter is a 4-week program, which is offered in winter and summer. This student-centered immersion program integrates the four language skills: reading, writing, listening and speaking, using Canadian cultural and social content. This program puts particular focus on developing communicative competence in speaking and listening. Many exciting activities and trips are included.
In the Business Internship Program, students gain classroom and workplace experience, allowing them to develop their English language skills in a professional context. This program is offered to international students during fall term only.