QSoE Introduces a New English Language Program
Canadian Academic English Experience (CAEE)
Queen’s School of English is looking to fill 2-3 part-time Socio-Cultural Monitor positions during the summer months of 2016.
The position involves a variety of duties, including creating, organizing and running various extra-curricular activities in the afternoons, evenings and weekends, and helping students with cultural adjustment and adaption.
General administrative duties and assistance with clerical duties will also be required.
QSoE Visits Mexico
February 13-17, 2016
Meet us in Mexico in February!
Our Director, Ms. Robin Cox, and Ms. Nadya Maskurova will be traveling to Guadalajara in February.
Arrange a meeting or visit them at the Queen’s booth during the Imagine Studying in Canada fair in Guadalajara.
Marion Edith Dubin Scholarship in English
Awarded for the first time to two recipients on January 12, 2016.
- CLASS Education, Mexico
- Successful Education Center, Taiwan
Planned PeopleSoft Outage
This is to notify you that as of 12:00 (noon) on October 23, 2015, PeopleSoft (Human Resources, Student, Finance) and SOLUS will be unavailable until 07:00 on October 27, 2015 in order to complete an upgrade to the system.
QSoE Visits Mexico
October 1-8, 2015
Meet us in Mexico in October!
Our Marketing and Communications Coordinator, Ms. Nadya Maskurova, will be traveling to Mexico City and Puebla in October.
Fall 2015 - English for Academic Purposes
Date: Thursday, September 10, 2015
Location: Duncan McArthur Hall, Front Enterance
8:30 am - Registration and Testing
12:00 am - Student Orientation
Date: Friday, September 11, 2015
Location: Duncan McArthur, Room A237
12:00 am - Welcome Meeting
1:00 pm - Homestay Meeting
2:30 pm - ARC (Athletics and Recreation Centre) Tour
New Homestay Provider
We are pleased to announce The Canada Homestay Network (CHN) as the new homestay provider for Queen’s School of English (QSoE) beginning in August 2015. For decades, we offered our own homestay program, which has become a vital part of our student experience here at Queen’s and in Kingston. We would like to acknowledge the contributions of our Homestay Coordinators: Mary-Lou Nolte, who helped to establish and develop the homestay program for more than twenty years, and Helen Parfitt, who helped to coordinate the program during the past three years.