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IInformation for Students Applying for ESL: Fall/Winter 2010/2011; Winter term 2011; or Summer 2010

Select your ESL course after consulting the Fall/Winter 2010/2011 or Summer 2010 Lecture Schedules, on-line, when they become available. ESL course descriptions can be accessed on-line.

ESL Courses
AP/HUMA1220/ESL1000 9.0 Canadian Language and Culture
AP/HUMA1745/ESL1450 6.0 Thinking About Contemporary Canada
ESL2000 6.0 English in Use

Social Science Courses with ESL
SOSC 1009 9.0 Introduction to Social Science (2 tutorials)
SOSC1139 9.0 International Migration (1 Tutorial)
SOSC 1439 9.0 Introduction to Development Studies (1 tutorial)
SOSC 1919 9.0 Education and Social Change (1 tutorial)
SOSC 2319 9.0 Information and Technology (2 tutorials plus one backup)
SOSC 2349 9.0 Foundations of Business and Society (2 Tutorials )

2.When filling out the form please make sure that your mailing address, phone number, and e-mail address are valid.. This is so that we will be able to contact you with the result of your application.

3.If you are placed in an ESL course, you will be notified as soon as possible.

4. NOTE: Course times and locations as printed in the lecture schedule are subject to change. Please contact the department/division offering the course to confirm the time and place for the course before classes begin. Please note also that space in the ESL courses is limited and that not all requests for places can be granted. Students who apply for the summer, and who are eligible for placement but cannot be placed, will be placed in an ESL course in the Fall/Winter term.

If you have any questions, please call theThe Department of Languages, Literatures and Linguistics at

(416) 736-5016.