We are a great place to learn English.
When you study English at Bow Valley College, you join a community of people from around the world. As Calgary's largest English language learning provider, we are a recognized leader in English language learning.
Our programs help you develop the language and intercultural skills that you need to achieve your career and education goals in Canada.
Learners choose Bow Valley College because of our well-respected reputation, welcoming community, and our highly qualified instructors.
Learn more about our English Language Learning Programs.
We share our expertise through research and innovation.
Applied research is at the heart of what we do. We carry out innovative projects to support inclusive and diverse teaching and learning communities. Explore these recent projects to learn more:
eLearning Toolkit: Supporting English Language Learning Online
An online resource to increase ELL instructors' expertise in planning, facilitating, and evaluating online language learning with a focus on ways to promote accessibility, enhance communication, and foster engagement.
Pilot Project: Open Educational Resources in the ELL Classroom
This project focused on how English language learning instructors used the OER In the Workplace: An Intermediate Integrated Skills Textbook in the classroom.
Learn more about our Applied Research Projects.
The following blog post was written by Jennifer Acevedo, a faculty member at the Centre for Excellence in Immigrant and Intercultural Advancement.Read more...
The following blog post was written by Shelley McConnell, a faculty member at the Centre for Excellence in Immigrant and Intercultural Advancement. Shelley recently planned and facilitated a VESL workshop.Read more...
The following blog post was written by Emily Albertsen, a faculty member at the Centre for Excellence in Immigrant and Intercultural Advancement.Read more...
The CEIIA is leading a new professional development workshop series designed to strengthen the teaching skills of ELL practitioners who work with refugee learners. The workshop series is part of a two-year project undertaken by the CEIIA and funded byRead more...