Summer Online Program
Are you planning to attend a Canadian university in the future? This program is for you! We offer exceptional and innovative English language programs throughout the year at both of our safe and supportive campuses located in the heart of Canada. Learning English at Lakehead is enriched with exciting thematic experiences that enhance your language studies.
Business English Summer Online Program
The Business English Program is designed for students who are interested in learning about business within a Canadian context. Topics include various business themes such as marketing, leadership, buying and selling, branding, entrepreneurship and so on. The courses are designed to enhance communicative proficiency through an integrated skill-based framework that emphasizes student-centered learning as learners will have an opportunity to engage in a number of self-discovery and pair/ group collaboration activities. The courses will also provide an opportunity for students to engage in meaningful contextual language practice of real-life/authentic tasks which they are likely to encounter if they were to pursue a career in one of the areas of learning.
Minimum age: 16 years old
Duration: 3-week online program
A typical week in the program balances class time learning English with guest speakers, workshops and virtual activities, allowing you to learn about the topics as well as practice your English skills. Here is just a sample of what you could expect as a Summer Online Program student:
|Dates & Fees|
August 17th to September 4th, 2020 (3 weeks)
August 7, 2020
3-week program: $1,170 CAD
To submit an application to the Summer Online Program, please click here.
"Lakehead gave me the confidence to develop my English skills...It was an incredible experience!"
María del Carmen Zamudio Bautista
English Innovation Program Participant
Currently studying Mechatronic Engineering, Universidad Politécnica del Valle de México
"Lakehead's programs are not only about teaching you what you need to learn but about being prepared for life, especially a life far away from home in the case of the international students. Definitely, Lakehead became my home away from home.
Studying at Lakehead was important because there I found a multicultural place with valuable people who helped me to enjoy learning English. They gave me the confidence to develop my English skills and to not being afraid of making mistakes when I was trying to express myself in a language that is new to me. It was an incredible experience!
The activities in my English lessons were fantastic. 5 hours per day studying English seemed to be a lot, but my professor was always doing different activities with us, so we were learning without noticing it. Boredom was not included in our vocabulary.
Lakehead offers so many different activities aside from English classes like dancing lessons, visits to the most prominent places in the city including the Thunder Bay Museum, hiking and the most spectacular landscapes and views I've ever seen. Those activities help you to take a look into Canada's history, help you to interact with Canadians and learn more about them."