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TORONTO, August 9, 2019 – ILAC has opened a new campus in downtown Toronto to house its award-winning University Pathway program. This is ILAC’s 10th building in Canada and 6th location in Toronto.
Situated in the centre of Toronto’s exciting university and college community, the new campus shares its space with CampusOne, the University of Toronto affiliated student residence. The neighbourhood is considered one of the most popular places to live and study in the city, with UofT, Ryerson and OCAD all within walking distance.
The new University Pathway Building offers 26 state-of-the-art boutique classrooms, world-class amenities and beautiful study spaces, and is just steps from downtown Toronto’s trendy College and Spadina neighbourhood. The dynamic and colourful area also includes Kensington Market, Dundas Street and Little Italy, providing students with easy access to local cafes, restaurants, bars, shops and cultural activities.
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“This represents great opportunities for our students and partners as the demand for university pathways continues to grow,” says Ilan Cohen, ILAC co-founder. “We are on the doorstep of Canada’s premier educational institution so our students automatically become immersed in the world of higher education in Canada. With the CampusOne residence on top of ILAC’s new campus, students can now live and study under the same roof.”
With a focus on developing academic writing and research skills, the ILAC University Pathway program prepares students to successfully enter one of ILAC’s 85+ partner colleges and universities across Canada.
The International Language Academy of Canada (ILAC) is a global leader in English-language education. For over 22 years, ILAC has offered international students a full Canadian learning experience, including tailored English programs, exceptional customer service, the highest industry standards and a range of exciting social events in two of Canada’s largest cities, Toronto and Vancouver.
Bogie Anaya, ILAC Public Relations Consultant | [email protected] | 416.671.6644