- CLASS Education, Mexico
- Successful Education Center, Taiwan
Fall Review 2014
Greetings from Queen's School of English!
We hope that everyone has had a great start to 2015. It has definitely been a busy start for everyone here at Queen's School of English as we welcomed students from 11 different countries for the winter session of our English for Academic Purposes Program and now we are preparing for two additional programs in February, a tailored Cross-Cultural Workshop and an open Canadian English Experience program.
Summer Review 2014
and instructors alike. Our main program, English for Academic Purposes (EAP), was for the first
time hosted on west campus, at Duncan McArthur Hall, where we have relocated earlier this year.
While some of us missed being on main campus, many of us enjoyed the physical proximity to each
Winter Review 2014
At an All School Assembly on Friday, May 9, we welcomed our Summer English for Academic Purposes (EAP) class. The buds are opening on the trees, and spring is in the air in Kingston. We told new students how beautiful the city would be in this gentle season. We also told them to look with respect at returning students, who spent the Winter term at QSoE. That was a long, cold, stormy winter, and all of our returning students have earned some Canadian bragging rights for slogging through it. Congratulations, Class of Winter 2014!
Fall Review 2013
The start of the 2013-2014 academic year has been an exciting one for us and we are looking forward to the end of the Fall session and the holiday season.
Summer Review 2013
As the summer English for Academic Purposes Program wraps up at Queen's School of English, we would like to share our news from the session.
We started this summer with over 110 international students from 13 different countries, and we continue to reach out worldwide. We added new education agents from Turkey and Venezuela, as well as new student ambassadors from Brazil, Taiwan, Japan and Mexico.
Winter 2013 Review
Winter session at Queen's School of English is coming to an end. It was a busy, yet exciting term for our team and students. This newsletter will tell you more about some of the term's highlights, focusing mainly on our students' cultural involvement locally. We are also pleased to add a new regular section "Meet our Instructors," which will introduce you to one of our instructors in each newsletter. Jill Donaldson is featured in this issue.
Fall Review 2012
It's been a busy, yet exciting, term so far at Queen's School of English. The fall term started with the arrival of many new students, exploration of student recruitment opportunities in Latin America, and continued on with the 70th Anniversary Open House, a recruitment trip to South Korea, and is now ending with anticipation of the winter holidays. To find out what else has been happening at QSoE since our summer newsletter, we invite you to continue reading.
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