Either of the Pre-University Programs (Global Citizenship Program or Advanced Academic Program) will be a great fit for you! These programs are designed for students who are looking to apply to a North American university after high school. They will help enhance your academic English abilities and give you a glimpse of what university life is like. In the future, if you are still worried about your English requirement, you may want to take a look into the International Foundation Program (IFP). The IFP is available to academically qualified international students whose English proficiency scores do not meet the University of Toronto’s direct entrance requirements. For more information, please see IFP.
I’m in high school abroad and I’m currently looking for a program to prepare me for my university applications. What do you recommend for me?
The Global Citizenship Program (GCP) is open to both international and Canadian students! We invite students from all over the world to discuss global issues and present their solutions to the “Global Challenge.” If you speak English as a Second Language and you are looking for a program to help enhance your English abilities, you are still free to apply to either the Youth IEP or AAP but we do not have Canadian fees. The program fees are the same for all students.
I’m a Canadian high school student but most of your programs are for International students. Is there anything for me?
It depends! What are they looking for in a course? If they are looking for an opportunity for to learn/improve their English, the Youth IEP would be a great fit. The General English Course and Intensive English Course are a great pair. If they have a stronger level of English and are looking for a challenge, then one of the Pre-U program (GCP or AAP) would be a better fit.
My child is younger than 18 and we’re looking for a program for them. What do you recommend?
No – the New College Residences are dormitory-style. There are shared single-gender washrooms available on each residence floor.
Will I have a bathroom in my residence room?
No – all the residence rooms will already have linens, a blanket, and a pillow. If you require additional bedding, you are welcome to bring your own.