ENGLISH FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES
The English for Academic Purposes Program is a preparatory program that develops core English Language skills, for those who wish to pursue higher education or undergraduate studies.
The CCC EAP program is divided into 4 levels. Levels 4, 5, 6, and 7 and run for 8 weeks each. The most advanced level 7, runs for 12 weeks. Students will enter into the appropriate level, based on their entrance test results. Students will be regularly tested to make sure they are able to progress to the next level in the program.
Upon completion of the highest level, level 7, students will be able to continue their studies in higher education, by enrolling into Lakeland College, our newest education partner.
Level 6 – 8 weeks
Level 7 – 8 weeks
The overall duration may vary based on each student’s level at the start, and their progress.
English Admission Requirement
- The entry requirements vary based on the Level.
- The minimum level required to enter Level 5 is IELTS 4.0
- The minimum level required to enter Level 6 is IELTS 5.0
- The minimum level required to enter Level 7 is IELTS 6.0
Academic Admission Requirement
University/College Pathway Programs
Your Higher Education Goals Start Here- CCC Pathway
Choose University Pathway with CCC, and get on the path to join a top college or university with courses designed to attain language level requirements, improve vital post-secondary skills, and offer seamless placement into a huge network of amazing international partner schools. CCC Pathway has supported outstanding students to reach their higher education goals.
Currently, CCC is partnered with Lakeland College, a public college in Alberta, Canada for a joint Pathway Program.
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Pathway to Lakeland
Lakeland College (Lakeland) is a post-secondary college in Alberta, Canada. Lakeland is publicly funded and maintains two campuses in Vermilion and Lloydminster.
As Canada’s only inter-provincial college, Lakeland serves both Alberta and Saskatchewan residents, following a partnership agreement between the governments of the two provinces in 1975. The city of Lloydminster straddles both sides of the Alberta-Saskatchewan provincial border. Lakeland is a member of Colleges and Institutes Canada (CICAN) and the Alberta Rural Development Network.
Lakeland Pathway Requirement
Students who have successfully completed an English for Academic Purposes (EAP) Course with Level 7 at CCC will be eligible for the application of admission with Lakeland without providing IELTS or any other English test results for their admissions.