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Spring term EAP lab (BR 335) drop-in hours are as follows: Mondays: 11:30AM – 12:30PM Tuesdays: 11:30AM – 1:00PM Wednesdays: 11:30AM – 1:00PM Thursdays: 11:30AM – 1:00PM Fridays: 11:30AM – 1:00PM Spring term LRC lab (AR 117) drop-in hours are as follows: Mondays: 11:30AM – 2:30PM Tuesdays: 10:00AM – 2:30PM Wednesdays: 11:30AM – 2:30PM Thursdays: 11:30AM – 2:30PM Fridays: 11:30PM – 2:30PM
By: Corey Muench | Published: March 5, 2015
For Domestic EAP students, please note that all EAP
courses with the exception of EAP 100/101 will be charged at the rate of
$106.66 per credit hour. Note that 3 credits equals 4 hours of classes
per week in EAP.
EAP 100/101 will continue to be charged at the same
standard tuition rate as other 100 level and above courses: $120.34 per credit
hour. Please see http://www.capilanou.ca/fees/Tuition-and-Other-Fees/ for more information.
By: HS | Published:January 23, 2015
The EAP lab drop-in in BR 335 is now running this Spring term. Take advantage of this drop-in by completing your homework, exploring ESL software, learning more about the lab and computers, working with MS Office programs, getting support from the Computer-Assisted Language Learning Support Specialist or practicing a particular skill/competency area: listening, pronunciation, speaking, reading, vocabulary, writing, grammar, and spelling. Read more...
By: Carrie Jung | Published:October 20, 2014
Engaging with the community is an ideal that many students pursue, and for students who are studying English as an additional language, this ideal is both a cultural experience and a learning opportunity. The English for Academic Purposes (EAP) department has integrated Community Engagement (CE) into the course curriculum, and this addition has been very successful. Read more...
By: Corey Muench | Published:June 13, 2014
The EAP Department is proud to announce that EAP students at the 100/101 level will now have an opportunity to combine their EAP courses with a special section of English 100 in the Fall 2014 term. In the past, EAP students finished the EAP 100/101 level and then took English 100 later. English 100 is required for most diplomas and degrees at Capilano University. Read more...
By: Corey Muench | Published:March 12, 2014
If the words diligent, energetic, outgoing, and forward-thinking could be personified, you would get Rakan Al-Jnidel. Finishing his final term in Capilano’s English for Academic Purposes (EAP) Department before studying Business Administration, Rakan says that with the help of EAP teachers, he has been able to not only improve his language ability, he has also learned organizational skills which give him the drive to work harder and more efficiently. Read more...,
By: Corey Muench | Published: November 29, 2013
Susan Halsall has a diverse professional background which makes her teaching fun, effective, and interesting. Her work in both the EAP Department and in the Tourism program helps to make Capilano University an exciting place. Read more…
By: Corey Muench | Published: October 15, 2013
The Early Childhood Education Pathway at Capilano University admits students with a 5.5 IELTS or 67 TOEFL. Students study English for Academic Purposes (EAP) along with courses in Early Childhood Education for two terms (8 months). Students who finish the Pathway with a B+ in the EAP courses can be admitted to Capilano University’s Early Childhood Care and Education Program to complete the certificate, diploma, or degree in Early Childhood Education. Read more...
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