There are a range of ESL credit courses that help students develop the knowledge and skills you need to be successful in degree programs at York. Some courses count as General Education courses where you can explore Canadian issues and the English language while further developing English and academic communication skills.
ESL credit courses are taught by faculty who are specialists in English language teaching/learning and Applied Linguistics. ESL faculty are involved in a range of research and projects that include examining ways to make English language teaching and learning more effective.
Please visit the ESL Open Learning Centre where ESL students from any program can book one-on-one or group appointments to help further develop their English language and academic skills.
ESL undergraduate students can also pursue the English Language Studies (ELS) Minor program, which offers ongoing development of language proficiency while preparing its participants for success as graduates of York.
Contact the ESL office at firstname.lastname@example.org with academic and administrative questions.