LINC - Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada
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LINC - Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada

PROGRAM AT A GLANCE

STARTLOCATIONDELIVERYSTATUS
SepEdmonton DowntownFT In-person
Edmonton DowntownPT In-person
Edmonton DowntownPT Hybrid
WestmountFT In-person
RuralPT In-person
AnywherePT Online anytime
JanEdmonton DowntownFT In-person
Edmonton DowntownPT In-person
Edmonton DowntownPT Hybrid
WestmountFT In-person
RuralPT In-person
AnywherePT Online anytime
MayEdmonton DowntownFT In-person
Edmonton DowntownPT In-person
Edmonton DowntownPT Hybrid
WestmountFT In-person
RuralPT In-person
AnywherePT Online anytime
Open
Waitlist
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QUICK FACTS

Program length

Varies dependent on learner needs

Credential

Completion Certificate

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TUITION & FEES

Canadian
Total tuition: $0.00
Total fees: $0.00
International
Total tuition: $0.00
Total fees: $0.00

 
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ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

  • A permanent resident
  • All applicants must provide a CLB assessment taken within the last six months. Applicants can be assessed at the language test centre in Edmonton:

Language Assessment, Referral & Counselling Centre
8212 118 Avenue NW
Edmonton, Alberta

Call 780.424.3545 for an appointment

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Overview

Are you new to Canada? NorQuest College supports your settlement in Alberta and Canada by offering courses that will help you improve English language skills and develop essential skills.

Our classes range from basic literacy to CLB 6 and include full-time and part-time (evenings) in-person, hybrid, rural, and online delivery options. We also offer specialized courses in American Sign Language (ASL), volunteer experience, and a Prep for Online Learning course to help prepare our students who would like to study online. Our flexible delivery options allow you to study at your own pace and at a time of your choice to achieve your educational goals.

We have highly qualified instructors, an extensive LINC library, innovative computer and iPad language labs, and offer a variety of extracurricular activities. Strong learner support services such as student advisors and career and work experience consultants are available to all LINC students via personal appointments, phone, email, Skype, or other messenger tools.

Tuition for LINC is funded by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada. There are no fees or tuition for eligible students.

The LINC program is also offered outside of Edmonton in rural Alberta communities.