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Your documented and/or assessed level of English-language proficiency will determine in which of the following courses you will be eligible to enrol:
See the general admission and language-proficiency requirements for more detail.
Take an ELLA Assessment and meet with an ELLA instructor for placement in the appropriate course(s)
For details, visit the ELLA department.
Write an ENGU assessment to determine your level of proficiency in written English and meet with an ENGU instructor for placement in the appropriate course(s)
For details, see the ENGU page.
Satisfy the language-proficiency requirement by meeting ONE of the following standards:
See the language-proficiency requirements for most up-to-date detail
Students who attempt to register in courses without satisfying the English-proficiency requirement, or whose documentation has expired, will be deregistered from courses without notice.
Students planning to enrol in their first English, Communications or Creative Writing course must have documentation on file in the Registrar’s Office that verifies they meet the language-proficiency requirement.
Last Updated: 2018-05-16 4:00:14 PM