"The IELTS School of Toronto" has biweekly session start dates. Students can only commence their studies on these days. The minimum age for IELTS General Courses is 14 at the commencement of studies and the minimum age for IELTS General Courses is 16 at the commencement of studies.English Language Entry Requirement Policy
The recommended level of proficiency in English to attend "The IELTS School of Toronto" courses is IELTS 4.5 (minimum). "The IELTS School of Toronto" does not require proofs of English language
proficiency before students register for a course. In their own interest, students need to make sure that they have the minimum level of proficiency needed to complete a course successfully.
"The IELTS School of Toronto" offers a "Satisfy-or-Money-Back" Policy. All students who are not satisfied with our teaching approach are eligible for a full refund when they complete a Withdrawal/ Refund Request From within the first two weeks of a course.Attendance Policy
Students are expected to attend ALL classes regularly.Copyright Protection
All materials used during the webinars and IELTS Preparation Courses remain property of "The IELTS School of Toronto" and may not be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, or any information storage and retrieval system without permission in writing from the publisher. "Follow the IELTS School of Toronto" n Legal ° Privacy and Cookies ° Accessibility ° Help Share this page:Academic Progress Policy
Students are expected to participate in webinars and complete all tasks, tests, and homework assignments on time. Coursework and tests submitted after the published deadline will not be marked.English Only Policy
"The IELTS School of Toronto" follows an English Only Policy. This means that you must speak English only to communicate with the instructors and your classmates during the course. Likewise, you must use English for all your correspondence with us.Dismissal Policy
"The IELTS School of Toronto" does not tolerate any of the following behaviours:
» inappropriate remarks concerning another student or staff’s ethnicity, race, religion or sexual orientation.
» disruptive or offensive class behaviour
» cheating or plagiarising in completing homework or tests
Whenever a student demonstrates any of the behaviours listed above, he/she will receive a written warning (by email). Should the student continue to demonstrate similar behaviours, he/she will be dismissed from the course. The student will be supplied with an official letter that explains the reasons for the dismissal.