Languages Canada is the premier language training organization in Canada. With a membership of over 200 French and English organizations, the Languages Canada standard ensures that the best interests of students studying or planning to study English and/or French in Canada are met. Membership is limited to programs from the public and private sectors which meet the rigorous standards of the association and who are committed to upholding them. Languages Canada is recognized by the Canadian government, as well as internationally. We are proud to announce that our Toronto School of Management English for Academic Purposes (EAP) program is accredited by Languages Canada.
Accreditations, Memberships & Affiliations
Toronto School of Management (TSoM) is dedicated to providing the best quality of education, which is why we have worked hard to become recognized by several prestigious bodies. This provides assurance that you can trust us to deliver the most relevant program information and provide an excellent standard of teaching.
EduCanada is a brand that supports the international education offer of Canadian provinces and territories. EduCanada and the leaf design is a trademark of the Government of Canada and is subject to a Master Licence Agreement between the Council of Ministers of Education, Canada (CMEC), and Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (DFATD).
Ontario Ministry of Colleges and Universities is responsible for administrating laws relating to post-secondary education and skills training in Ontario, as well as developing policies for the sector. It also delivers employment and training services and provides plans and reports for the future.
TSoM has been awarded with Gold Learning Partner status by the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA), which has over 3,800 members and students in Canada. In order to be recognized as Gold, institutions must meet ACCA's high performance standards including the evaluation of our student feedback, tutors, student reviews, facilities, mock exams and much more.
National Association of Career Colleges purpose is to be the voice and enabler of opportunities for its members and benefits for their students. It promotes excellence among regulated career colleges at the national and international level.
Career Colleges Ontario (CCO) is a not-for-profit association that was established in 1973 to advocate on behalf of career colleges in the province of Ontario. The association’s purpose is to help governments, key decision-makers and the public understand the critical role its members and their students play in supporting Ontario’s post-secondary education system and improving the province’s economic well-being. CCO member colleges contribute to Ontario’s economy by providing highly qualified graduates in hundreds of essential, skilled fields such as Applied Arts, Business, Healthcare, Human Services, Information Technology, Services and Trades.