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I can learn how to write formal writing. I also like the small class because it’s easy to ask teacher about something I don’t understand, like structure of vocabulary.


Because the class is mixed, I have a lot of chance to speak in English. I really like this.

- Taras


Course Outcome Toronto
SGIC UCPP Program is designed for international students who have already reached an advanced level or have completed 8 weeks of SGIC’s Advanced ESL or who have outdated TOEFL/TOEIC scores; but who have gaps to their knowledge needed to succeed at a Canadian college or university.
UCPP is designed to fill the academic gaps needed to succeed in post-secondary programs instructed in English. UCPP covers all the language skills comprehensively: reading, writing, listening, speaking, including sub-skills such as vocabulary and grammar within an academic context of a variety of tasks/assignments typically found in Canadian post-secondary institutions. 
Program Features
Entrance Requirements
SGIC Admission Test 82%, or Completed Upper-Intermediate English level 7 at SGIC, or TOEIC 660, or TOEFL iBT 59 and up,  or IELTS 5.5 + with minimum 5.5 in writing (Oral Test Required)
3 Semesters (Semester takes 100hrs)
Class Size:
Average 12-14 Students (High Season 16 Students)
Starting Dates:
Please see the school calendar
What You Can Expect
Learn how to write essays, newspaper articles, research reports and paraphrase.
Sharpen your speaking skills and learn how to debate
Discover how to analyze readings for hidden meaning and bias
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