ILSC-Toronto articles

ILSC’s One-language Policy: How Do You Feel about It?

Contributed by Shaikhah Alyalak & Preeyaphat Sriamontham, Journalism students, ILSC-Toronto. สวัสดี สบายดีมั้ย. السلام عليكم. كيف الحال؟ Bonjour! Ça va? Hola. ¿Cómo estás?  こんにちは、お元気ですか?안녕하세요, 잘 지내? Oi, como vai você?   STOP!!! English Only, please! Students from all over the world come to ILSC to learn English as a second language. Roughly every month, a variety of nationalities arrive for

Staying Safe in T Dot

Crime in Toronto has been relatively low for a very long period of time; the low crime rate in Toronto has resulted in the city having a reputation as one of the safest large cities in North America. The information from the Toronto Police Annual Statistical Report shows that the crime rate has been falling steadily in Toronto since 2005. But the

Transferring into College or University is Easier than You Think!

Tariq Alghannam and Ryan Mokhtar are taking the University Pathway Program at ILSC.  Both students are from Saudi Arabia and plan to go to Douglas College, and later transfer into university to finish a Bachelor’s Degree.  We asked them some questions about their experience in the UP program and their future education plans. Why did

ILSC Global “Help Japan” Campaign Raises over $30,000 for Red Cross

As a global language school, ILSC teaches students from around the world, and Japanese students generally make up between 10-15% of the student body.  Being away from home during the earthquake and tsunami crisis has been a challenge for these students. Many of them have gone through the stress of wondering what is going on