QSoE to visit partner universities in Japan
April 11 - 20, 2017
Robin Cox, the Director of Queen's School of English (QSoE), is preparing for a trip through Japan. She will meet with faculty, administrators and students at our partner universities and present information about QSoE English language programs.
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Saturday, April 1st: 10am - noon @ Little Cataraqui Creek Conservation Area
Free for QSoE Students!
- Explore a sugar bush
- Learn how maple syrup is produced
- Enjoy a pancake breakfast with fresh maple syrup
Space for 40 students! Sign up with your Student Gov't Rep.
Queen's School of English began offering English language instruction in 1942 as the Queen's Summer School of English. This year, in honour of QSoE's 75th Anniversary, we are celebrating the diverse perspectives that QSoE
brings to our community.
3 Programs at QSoE
The winter session at QSoE includes programs from January through April. Winter '17 at QSoE included three programs: English for Academic Purposes (12 weeks), The Canadian English Experience Program (4 weeks), and a tailored 3.5-week Cross-cultural Workshop for Kwansei Gakuin University students from Japan.;
Amie Pilgrim holds a degree in Second Language Teaching and Psychology, and has spent 3 years teaching in Japan.
Read about Amie and why she loves teaching at QSoE by clicking 'Read More' below.
Winter '17 Marion Edith Dubin Memorial Scholarship in English
Zoe Huang (China) Receives Scholarship
“In my mind, the world is like a puzzle which is separated by boundary lines of different countries’ languages, but English is a rubber that erases those lines and helps us gain better understanding about people who have different nationalities. And I believe studying English can help me explore more and more about the world.”
- Zoe (Jing) Huang
QSoE Extends Winter '17 EAP Application Deadline
It's Not Too Late to Apply
Queen's School of English is still accepting applications for the Winter 2017 English for Academic Purposes Program. However, applicants should take note that applications will not be processed until January 3, 2017. The program begins on January 23, 2017 and continues until April 13, 2017 (or February 24, 2017 for half session). More information about the EAP Program is available here.
Fall 2016 Marion Edith Dubin Memorial Scholarship in English
Daniel Carvalho (Brazil) Receives Scholarship
On September 8, 2016, Queen’s School of English (QSoE) announced that Daniel Carvalho is the recipient of the Fall 2016 Marion Edith Dubin Memorial Scholarship in English. The scholarship is awarded each session to one student enrolled in the English for Academic Purposes (EAP) Program at QSoE. Evaluation criterion for the award are based on essays written by applicants.
Daniel is entering his third session in the EAP Program, though his hometown is Porto Alegre, in the south of Brazil. He has a PhD in Geology, and has worked for South African and Canadian mining companies in Brazil. In Brazil, Daniel has his own company for which he designed a specialized product that is used on mining and potential mining sites.
QSoE Travels to Mexico
September 25 - 28, 2016
Visit QSoE at EduCanada Fairs, Mexico
Robin Cox, the Director of Queen's School of English (QSoE), is preparing for a trip through Mexico. She will present information about QSoE English language program offerings at two EduCanada Fairs:
Mexico City - September 25, Hotel Crowne Plaza, 1 PM - 6 PM
Puebla - September 27, Centro de Convenciones, 4 PM - 9 PM