About the Program
What is ACE@UTM?
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Academic Culture & English (ACE@UTM) is a fee-based English language and transition program for students admitted to UTM who require additional English language support in order to meet the University of Toronto’s English language requirements. In addition to providing English language instruction, it is designed to target the development of communication, research and university level study skills. These acquired skills will lead participants toward greater success in their university studies. ACE@UTM is offered twice per year, during the Summer (early July to end of August) and the Fall-Winter session (early September to end of April).
The English course component of the ACE@UTM program is Academic English Level 60 offered by the University of Toronto's School of Continuing Studies English Language Program. Successful completion of this course is a pathway to full-time undergraduate studies at the University of Toronto Mississauga. Academic English Level 60 focuses on developing language as a tool for use in academic environments. The classes take a theme-based integrated skills approach with attention to the development of four skill areas: reading, writing, listening, and speaking.
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The Summer ACE@UTM program is an 8-week intensive program offered each year from July to August. Newly admitted students study together full-time before beginning their academic classes in September.
The Fall-Winter ACE@UTM program is a 24-week program offered from September to April. In addition to taking the part-time Academic English Level 60 course during the school year, students take three UTM courses per term.
Applying to U of T Mississauga
ACE@UTM is not an application-based program, it is invitation only. Interested students should apply to their program of study at U of T Mississauga. If a student is academically qualified for admission, but requires additional English language support to meet the University of Toronto’s English language requirements, they may be invited to participate in one of our ACE@UTM programs.
To be eligible for the ACE@UTM program students need to achieve the following minimum English proficiency test scores:
|Summer ACE@UTM||Fall-Winter ACE@UTM|
|IELTS||5.5 overall; with no band below 5.0||6.0 overall; with no band below 5.5|
|TOEFL||63-88 total; 16 in Writing||89-99 total; 19 in Writing|
|COPE||70-79 total; 27 in Writing and 17 in Reading and Listening||80-85 in total; 28 in Writing and 18 in Reading and Listening|
|Duolingo||110 minimum||110 minimum|
Please note that meeting these minimum requirements does not guarantee an offer to the ACE@UTM program at the University of Toronto Mississauga.
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