Academic Policies


Toronto International College is designed to help students develop and improve their academic abilities, so they can be successful in the completion of their desired post-secondary program.

The courses follow a student-centered approach where students are encouraged to apply their skills to interactivities such as presentations, discourse components and academic English language writing classes.

Furthermore, on-going additional services such as tutoring and academic counseling are available to guide the transition of each pupil into the post-secondary program once an equivalent English competency level has been achieved.

Good afternoon Toronto International College extended family,
Schools in Ontario will remain closed until at least early May as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
Premier Doug Ford and Education Minister Stephen Lecce made the announcement at a press conference Tuesday afternoon.
“Effective immediately, we have extended the order to close publicly funded schools until at least May 1st for teachers and May 4th for students. We’ve also extended the closure of private schools and child-care centres for another two weeks,” Ford said.
The closures for private schools and daycares were extended by only two weeks as that order comes under the provincial state of emergency declaration, which is effective in two-week increments. Toronto International College will follow suit with the public system while continuing to offer normal scheduling of live classes online.
Thank you for following enforced, social distancing and public health intervention measures to return to our normal routines as soon as possible. Take care of each other and have a healthy, productive week!
[Message from the Dean – Toronto International College]

Kris Kranics B.S., B.Ed., M.Ed., O.C.T.

Dean, Toronto International College