This application is for casual studies in the Fall or Spring semesters at Canada Institute of Linguistics (CanIL), at Trinity Western University in Langley, BC. This application applies to you if you are seeking non-degree casual studies, such as a single course online, or courses taken in-class for interest or transfer credit.
Please note that the Summer term is almost always the ideal semester for degree pre-requisites or beginning a Training Track. You can find the Summer application here: www.canil.ca/apply. (This Fall/Spring Application should NOT be used for degree pre-requisites or to start a Training Track without detailed conversation with the CanIL Admissions department about variable tuition rates, course timing, etc.)
CanIL is a partner organization with Trinity Western University, ACTS Seminaries and Tyndale University College. Therefore, if you are interested in a degree program, you’ll ALSO need to complete an application from one of these educational institutions. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The Fall Semester runs from the beginning of September to mid-December.
The Spring Semester runs from the beginning of January to mid-April.
At this time, in accordance with the BC Government's Restart Plan and COVID-19 vaccine program, Trinity Western University and CanIL plan to primarily host in-person courses in Fall 2021, with some courses also available online. Please see the most up-to-date CanIL COVID-19 Response Information (including FAQs) HERE and discuss your plans with the CanIL Admissions team (email@example.com).
Whether the course you are interested in is in-person, synchronous online (live) or asynchronous online (recorded video and/or readings), please plan to allow around 10 hours per week (for an undergraduate course) or 15 hours per week (for a graduate course) in formal training time and assignment completion (depending on the course and the academic level). To get an idea of workloads for specific courses, you can view sample syllabi for the courses HERE. (Select “CanIL West” and then click on individual courses for more information and links to the syllabi.)