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Niagara College Suwon
The Niagara College Suwon English for Academic Preparation (EAP) program is your key to becoming World-Ready and Work-Ready. Niagara College Canada (NC) and the University of Suwon (USW) have come together to offer you an unparalleled global learning experience that will strengthen your English language skills for academic and professional success. Our rigorous EAP program, developed under Canadian standards, promote student success and allow graduates to explore future opportunities to study at one of NC’s Canadian campuses located near the world-famous Niagara Falls.
For more than 20 years, Niagara College's EAP program has helped students from around the world develop a strong foundation in the English language—bringing them one step closer to achieving their dreams. Delivered at the University of Suwon’s state of the art facilities in Suwon, South Korea, the Niagara College Suwon EAP program is for students seeking to gain the English language skills necessary to compete in today’s global market. Our instructors are TESL Ontario certified ensuring students receive the highest standard of instruction.
Your Academic Journey
Your journey starts here.
Graduate from Niagara College Suwon EAP program Level 5.*
Study in any of NC’s 120 post-secondary and graduate programs.
Graduate with a diploma or degree.
Start your career in Canada.
Level 5 graduates from the Niagara College Suwon EAP program meet Niagara College’s language proficiency requirements and are eligible to apply for any of our 120 post-secondary and graduate programs offered in Canada.
*Subject to Canadian study permit approval. Successful completion of Level 5 of the EAP program with a 70% average enables you to enter undergraduate programs at Niagara College with no additional proficiency tests needed. Eligibility for degree & graduate programs requires a minimum 75% average.
- No official language proficiency score required (i.e.TOEFL, IELTS)
- 22 hours of classes per week
- Five levels offered; beginner through advanced
- Various activities and social events
- Certificate of completion awarded at each level
- Academic Reading and Writing with Research Skills for Academic Study
- Grammar and Vocabulary Development
- Speaking, Listening and Note-taking, Pronounciation, and Presentation Skills