International Centre for English for Academic Preparation (ICEAP) is a renowned comprehensive EAP education centre which has a proud history of dedication to global education. DLI No. O136931269542.
We not only offer bridging courses that fully prepare students for their success in their chosen university or college programs but also equip them with the required study skills. Students will gain familiarity with Canadian universities and colleges and their programs, enjoy the benefit of multiple admissions from Canadian post-secondary institutions, and be able to choose the program and university or college that is the best for them.
Cooperate with CICS & CICSF
ICEAP cooperated with CICS from 2022. CICS is a non-profit new immigrant service organization invested and operated by the Canadian federal, Ontario and Toronto governments, as well as Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada, Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration, and the Ministry of Education. CICS Foundation was established in 2001 to help raise funds to support CICS. ICEAP ISWP program with CICSF will offer training of employment skills improvement for intentional students and introduce part time jobs for students, so that they could start to do a part-time job once getting into colleges and Universities in Toronto and Great Toronto Area (GTA). Students who come to study EAP program with ICEAP are eligible to get the membership of ISWP.
King’s Campus Established
After few years successful sending outstanding graduates to King’s through King’s Bridging/ KAB/ KSP programs, ICEAP set up King’s campus in 2019. This campus, which includes its own student residence, is located on campus of King’s University College at Western University, London, Ontario.
ICEAP became a member of EduCanada and was authorized to use its logo. Approved by the Ministry of Colleges and Universitites, ICEAP obtained its designated learning institutions (DLI) No. O136931269542 to host international students.
Toronto Campus Established
The campus is in the north eastern part of Toronto city with student classrooms, a lounge, kitchen and cafeteria. It surrounded by coffee shops, restaurants and stores. It’s very convenient for students to come to school by bus from their homestay families.
ICEAP gained Languages Canada certificate and formal membership. ICEAP also sits on the Quality Assurance Committee.
ICEAP established in 2009 in Nova Scotia.
- More than 300 students every year chose ICEAP for EAP Preparation.
- We have 18 partnership universities and colleges throughout Canada.
- We provide 8 different levels of instruction tailored to meet individual student needs in 8 week sessions year round.
- We provide an experience in university life on King’s campus.
- We offer an academic and cultural orientation for our students.
The goal of the EAP program is to supply students with the level of English language skills needed to succeed in a Canadian university or college setting. During the program, students practice academic and language activities that they will encounter during their university studies. Activities include viewing and discussing videotaped lectures, listening and note-taking, and practicing academic reading and writing. Students will also build critical thinking and research skills and participate in discussions and seminars.
ICEAP is accredited by those bodies designated to oversee schools in the education industry in Canada (DLI No. 136931269542). Canada’s Designated Institutions are listed on the Citizenship and Immigration Canada website https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/services/study-canada/study-permit/prepare/designated-learning-institutions-list.html
ICEAP is member of Languages Canada – Canada’s national language education association that offers accredited English and French programs. ICEAP staff also sit on the Quality Assurance Committee of Languages Canada.
EduCanada is the official Government of Canada source about studying in Canada for international students and researchers. Students may learn about Canada’s education system, apply for scholarships, and find schools like ICEAP to get more information.