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St. Lawrence College understands that there are challenges faced by newcomers to Ontario and Canada. Let us help you sort through the options for work and study, and begin a pathway leading to success.
English for Academic Purposes
St. Lawrence College offers English for Academic Purposes (EAP) courses on our Kingston campus. The purpose of the ESL/EAP program is to provide international and domestic students who speak English as a second language with instruction and support that will enable them to improve their English language skills. 
EAP information:
1.     Join the program in May, September or January
2.     14-week sessions
3.     25 hours of instruction per week, including 4 hours of computer time
4.     Intermediate and Advanced levels
5.     College credit course available for advanced level students
This program also  prepares individuals who want to continue their education at St. Lawrence College  in an English language post-secondary environment. Check out our program list to see a complete listing of all our subject areas.
Internationally Trained Immigrant Advising Service
Our Recruitment & Admissions Advisors are available to assist internationally trained immigrants choose a successful pathway leading to meaningful employment.
Meet with an Advisor to discuss and explore:
1.     Career and educational goals
2.     Postsecondary programs and courses;
3.     Language programs;
4.     Bridging programs;
5.     Credential assessment options;
6.     Available funding for education and retraining;
7.     Referrals to community resources and services.
Our Advisors are experienced in advising internationally trained immigrants and can provide you with information on St. Lawrence College programs, including diploma, degree, certificate and language. They also have information about other college and community services available in eastern Ontario.
Email us at to arrange an appointment.
Employment Service at St. Lawrence College
Connecting You to Employment – The employment service programs are funded by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities are available free of charge to job seekers over the age of 16 who are out of work, out of school and eligible to work in Canada. Employment consultants are experienced working with immigrants and new Canadians. Offices are located in Ottawa, Sharbot Lake and two locations in Kingston.
Online and Continuing Education
Several certificate programs are available through Part-time Education. Study part-time at your convenience and earn your certification. Courses are offered at night, on the weekends and on-line.
See what’s available by visiting the website: click here

For more information and to make an appointment, contact

Kingston: 613-544-5400, extension 1883
Brockville: 613-345-0660, extension 1883
Cornwall: 613-933-6080, extension 1883