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Future Students

The IEP Bridging Program will provide you with knowledge and skills to adapt to the Canadian workplace. It will help you improve your language and professional skills, grow your network and support your career search. If you are currently unemployed or underemployed, and you have 6-9 free hours a week, then this program is right for you. We offer two programs: Bridge to Employment Foundations Program and the IEP Professional Certificate Program. If you are interested to learn more about each program, please click on the program of your interest below.

Working full-time? Get the flexibility you need with evening and weekend classes

Find and enrol in the credit courses you need to complete your degree requirements

Network with peers and industry insiders to support your job search

Experience diversity with fellow candidates from from over 65 countries

Receive free language training to support your goals and needs

Admission Requirements

Foundation Program

The Foundation Program enables you to get English language support and customized training. The program helps newcomers prepare for the Canadian workplace, improve their communication skills and transition effectively to the local workplace. We also offer opportunities to expand your network, connect to events and activities to support your job search.

Certificate Programs

The Certificate programs enable newcomers to gain access to IEP Foundation courses, career and language supports as well as taking specialized courses in your professional field to gain a University Qualification in Canadian Business or Information Technology. 

I immigrated with my family, and my expectation was that I would be able to start from where I left off back home, but that didn't happen. Then I found the IEP Bridging Program.

— Kamo Mayilyan, Marketing Stream

Read more about Kamo's story.