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EC Toronto

Formerly known as LSC Language Studies Canada



Friendly, spacious and newly refurbished, EC Toronto is located in Canada’s largest city and financial capital. This multicultural destination is formed of unique neighbourhoods and has everything to offer: arts, music, sports, museums and more.

EC Toronto
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Jon Chodarcewicz

Centre Director

Norman Osokin

Student Services Manager

John Friel

Director of Studies

Centre Info

  • Established: 1977
  • Centre capacity: 435
  • Classrooms: 30
  • Minimum age: 16
  • Students per class: Average 13 (Max 15)
  • HigherScore® class size: Average 16 (Max 18)
  • Cambridge, IELTS, TOEFL & TOEIC test centre
  • Wheelchair accessible (can make arrangements for visually impaired students)

School Includes

  • 45 internet connected computers
  • Free Wi-Fi internet access throughout the centre
  • Student Resource Centre
  • Self-study room where students can do their homework
  • Library facilities
  • Student lounge
  • Cafe serving a delicious range of meals and snacks located in building

Address

EC Toronto
124 Eglinton Avenue West
Suite 400, Toronto
Ontario, M4R 2G8
Canada

Phone

+1 416 488 2200

Emergency Number

+1 416 209 8331

Opening Hours

Monday to Friday:
8:30 - 17:00

Location

  • In a trendy neighbourhood in Midtown Toronto
  • Easy access to subway (Eglinton station)
  • Lots of shopping, dining and entertainment options
  • Close to Yonge Street - the world's longest street

Nationality Mix

  • Korean
    19%
  • Other
    18%
  • Japanese
    17%
  • Brazilian
    12%
  • Saudi Arabian
    9%
  • Swiss
    5%
  • Mexican
    4%
  • Taiwanese
    5%
  • Venezuelan
    4%
  • Colombian
    4%
  • Turkish
    3%

Age Mix

  • 16 - 17
    6%

  • 18 - 20
    26%

  • 21 - 25
    49%

  • 26- 30
    15%

  • 31 - 40
    3%

  • 41 - 50
    0%

  • 51+
    0%



Student Testimonial

I recommend EC Toronto because it's a place where you can learn a lot and make many friends from around the world. Come join us! You'll love it!

Renato L. Morais
Brazil

Teacher Testimonial

After graduating from university, I had a strong desire to travel and learn about other cultures. Teaching English gave me that opportunity and I spent two life-changing years in Korea. Moving to Toronto was, initially, a temporary situation – finish CELTA and head back abroad. I quickly realized it would not be so easy to leave this beautiful city. During the last year, many students have expressed similar sentiments.

Toronto is one of the most multi-cultural cities in the world; riding the subway in the morning is a testament to that, and provides a small glimpse beyond the borders and colours of a world map. There is always something to stimulate the eyes or provoke thought: the view from the CN Tower gives one a unique view of urban sprawl, while the graffiti scattered throughout downtown highlights the importance of art in the city.

EC Toronto is unique in that strong relationships form among teachers and students, and the student-centered approach makes lessons interactive and enjoyable. The friends, laughs, and experiences are bound to leave indelible marks.

James Meanwell


Sample Activities

  • Monday


    Welcome New Students Welcome New Students


  • Tuesday


    Karaoke Night Karaoke Night

    Karaoke night at Tequila Sunrise



  • Wednesday


    Ontario Science Centre Ontario Science Centre


  • Thursday


    Steam Whistle Steam Whistle

    Learn how Canada's Premium Pilsner by visiting the brewery for a tour and taste. You'll learn why Steam Whistle was designated one of Toronto's "green buildings" and about our railway history.



  • Friday


    Halloween Party Halloween Party


  • Saturday


    Niagara Falls Niagara Falls


  • Sunday


    Niagara Falls Niagara Falls