Course Description

The Calgary International Summer Program is a 4-week program for international students interested in visiting Canada during the summer season. Students will be immersed in the UCalgary campus environment while taking one Education course taught by Werklund School of Engineering faculty, and an English training course taught by English language specialists from UCalgary Continuing Education. In this intensive program students will improve their English language skills, gain international academic experience, learn Canadian culture first-hand and visit top destinations in and around Calgary.

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T, W, Th, F, M
9:00AM to 4:15PM
Jul 04, 2023 to Jul 28, 2023
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Course Fees
Flat Fee non-credit $3,950.00 or $500.00 deposit Click here to get more information
Section Notes


ESL 101: English Communication
A communicative approach to learning English, including lectures, learning activities, thematic exercises, listening activities, pair/group work, and class discussions. Students will learn how to communicate on a variety of topics using appropriate grammar and vocabulary, and employ language strategies to improve oral fluency, comprehensibility, and listening comprehension

One Education course to choose from below
Note: In case of low enrolment, some of the courses below may not be available. If that happens, we will contact you to transfer to a different course or provide full refund.
  • Adult Learning: Adults as Learners

    This course serves as a wonderful and challenging introduction to the world of adult learning by exploring the learning-teaching transaction both from the learners' and the facilitator/instructor's point of view. It adopts the fundamental and respectful adult education principle of starting with the experience of each participant, as adult learners and as facilitators of adult learning.

  • Leadership: Leading Professional Learning

    Research informed leadership practices that promote professional learning to improve student outcomes form the foundation of this course. Topics include: professional learning and professional 21 development, adult learning theory, capacity building, mentorship, and creating collaborative cultures. This course focuses on the theoretical and practical aspects of providing instructional leadership, leading a learning community, modelling a commitment to professional learning, developing leadership capacity and fostering effective relationships.

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