Prepare yourself for a Canadian college or university and improve your English skills to meet post secondary language requirements. You will learn the skills needed to succeed in degree and college level courses and receive a Conditional Letter of Acceptance to respected colleges and universities.
The Pathway Programs provide:
Monitoring of academic performance and on-going academic counseling
Information sessions by select colleges for students.
A bridge program with Booth University College for students to study English before their Fall term begins
Pathway Program requirements:
Students must indicate that they are pathway on their application and the college they are intending to attend.
Students must complete a minimum of 10 or 20 weeks in the level required to meet the college level requirement.
Students must achieve the minimum required passing mark to meet the college level requirement (including marks from weekly tests, attendance, participation, homework, and presentations)
If students test into a lower level than the one they require for the pathway, they must complete 10 weeks of the lower level and then the 10 – 20 weeks in the level required to complete the Pathway program. Please note that this means students could spend 10 – 30 or more weeks depending on their English level when they begin. Please account for your time at Heartland accordingly.
In Manitoba we partner with:
Assiniboine Community College (ACC)
ATC (Arts & Technology Centre with Louis Riel School Division)
Booth University College
Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology (MITT)
PACE (Professional, Applied and Continuing Education at The University of Winnipeg)
Providence University College
Steinbach Bible College
Manitoba Pathway Partners Requirements
In Ontario we partner with:
Anderson College of Health, Business and Technology
Sheridan College Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning
St. Lawrence College
Ontario Pathway Partners Requirements
Heartland Tips to continue English at home: Practice Pronunciation when you can. A little bit of pronunciation practice can make a big difference. 10-15 minutes per day for 2-3 weeks is all that it takes to completely change one bad pronunciation habit. One of our favourites is Dave Sconda videos on youtube www.youtube.com/channel/UCUI9xIKZnn3vpGIbb3RBvIw. Remember to EXAGGERATE mouth movements a lot! -Don’t stop after you get it right. You need to repeat over and over and over and over the correct way so that your mouth remembers. The important thing is conditioning. You can also practice pronunciation by imitating TV show characters as you watch. Make sure you try to imitate everything… the rhythm, the word stress, the pronunciation. You need to try to copy the MUSIC of English! ... See MoreSee Less