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English for Professionals 

Entrance Requirements:

SGIC Admission Test 75%, or Completed English level 6 at SGIC, or TOEIC 625, or TOEFL iBT 55, or Duolingo 80+, or IELTS 5.5 + (Oral Test Required)



2 Term (A term takes 100hrs)


Students learn a lot of useful idioms, so they can enjoy watching American TV programs without a hassle. Moreover, because the students learn the vocabulary used in different topics of world issues, they can read newspaper articles and watch the news with more confidence. The emphasis is equally given to all four aspects: speaking, listening, writing, and reading. The course also prepares students who want to take the exam for the certification in Translation/Interpretation, approved by the Canadian government or American ILTI.

What you can expect


Express yourself like a Canadian


Learn useful idioms

Apply for translation and interpretation careers

Course Advantage

  1. Korean students the basic principles and techniques of translation.

  2. The course is designed to enrich students' knowledge of writing techniques and apply them to interpreting and translating texts.

  3. A wide variety of texts and genres will be translated into English both in class and at home.

  4. Personalized counseling to review individual progress is available weekly.



Start date

Students can start every Monday.
Please view start dates for details.

English Testing

Students write a practice Cambridge test every second week to measure their progress. This allows teachers and students to see their success and track their improvement.



When I chose a language school, I was looking for a school which teaches English on the effective way. English Korean translation class of SGIC was really good choice.

Kyung Jin Seo (Korea)

Volunteer opportunity

SGIC offers an extremely rewarding and productive internship placement for EFP graduates who wish to apply their newly learned skills to real-life work.

EFP interns will be working for the Korean Senior Citizens Society of Toronto, and have numerous challenging opportunities to practice translation skills in both written and oral capacities.

Interns will accompany and assist Korean Canadians in a variety of situations, such as doctor or hospital visits, trips to the bank, and wherever a translator is needed. Students also translate for the RCMP-The Royal Canadian Mounted Police!

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