TORONTO, CANADA – 9 December 2021
TSoM receives Languages Canada accreditation
Toronto School of Management (TSoM) has been officially recognised and certified by Languages Canada, the premier language training organisation in Canada.
The certification has been awarded to TSoM’s English for Academic Purposes (EAP) programme, designed for students who wish to improve their language level, integrating reading, writing, listening and speaking skills with an academic focus. This accredited programme is taught by experienced Languages Canada certified instructors.
Languages Canada (LC) is an organisation representing the two official languages in the country, English and French. Recognised by the Canadian government and internationally, LC membership is limited to programmes from the public and private sectors.
Ehsan Safdari, President at TSoM, commented: “We are incredibly pleased at receiving our certification for our EAP programme. This is a rewarding indication of the industry’s confidence in our institution. Our students and partners can be confident that TSoM meets the very highest standards of Canadian post-secondary education.”
With this certification, TSoM joins over 200 member organisations who have met LC’s rigorous standards for quality, student admission and services, academic staff and curriculum among others.
“We worked hard to be able to meet these criteria and help us achieve this prestigious designation, and we are confident this would greatly benefit our students as well as our academic partners,” added Mr Safdari.
For more information visit https://www.torontosom.ca/
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