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Queen's School of English


Queen's School of English

School of English
Established 1942 (1942)
Type School
Parent institution Queen's Faculty of Education
Academic affiliation Queen's University
Location Kingston, Ontario, Canada
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Queen's School of English, located in Kingston, Ontario, Canada, is a unit of the Faculty of Education at Queen's University.

About QSoE

Queen's University School of English (QSoE), founded in 1942, offers international students a variety of English language (ESL) programs, including intensive academic English, short-term and tailored programs. Students choose to study at QSoE for many different reasons such as university preparation, to learn English for work, or to experience Canadian culture. The rich socio-cultural program helps the students with cultural adaptation and allows them to practice English language skills outside of their classroom. For more information about QSoE, visit

QSoE is located on Queen’s University campus in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. Kingston is situated on the northern shore of Lake Ontario, one of the world's largest lakes. Kingston is a small, safe and historic city, located a two to three hour drive to Ottawa, Toronto and Montreal. Queen’s University, established in 1841, is one of Canada’s oldest degree-granting institutions. Queen’s ranked fourth in Maclean’s magazine’s 21st annual survey of Canadian universities. Queen’s students come from more than 120 countries and all across Canada. Students are surrounded by bright, motivated peers, and aided and encouraged by Queen’s supportive atmosphere. For additional information about Queen’s University, visit

External links

  • Official Queen's School of English website

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