ILAC (International Language Academy of Canada)

ILAC (International Language Academy of Canada)

ILAC (International Language Academy of Canada) is one of Canada’s largest colleges, with campuses

located in Toronto and Vancouver. The school’s classrooms are equipped with everything necessary for

the most comfortable teaching of students. For more than 14 years, ILAC has been helping international

students enroll to higher educational establishments in Canada and pursue their dream of accredited

and budget foreign education.


The ILAC School is located in the heart of multinational Toronto, in close proximity to metro stations,

allowing students to easily get to school on time. Within walking distance of the school, there are

popular cafes, restaurants, museums and attractions of Toronto, stores and the world-renowned, one of

the top rated universities in Canada – the University of Toronto. More than 90 classrooms, more than

100 computers, free Wi-Fi, cafes and a lounge area are all available to ILAC students. In addition, a great

news for students is the accreditation of the Toronto Learning Center for passing TOEFL iBT directly at

their classrooms.

ILAC language school

Tasks for competition participation and essay deadline.

All the essays should be sent to:

The subject of the email should be: The Essay Competition from (here indicate the name of the

educational establishment you`ve chosen).

Deadline is April 05, 2020

The essays, requirements of which are not met, will be not accepted.


1 place – discount 500 CAD

2 place – discount 300 CAD

3 place – discount 200 CAD


Topics and requirements to essay:


Choose the topic and write up to 450 words.

1. Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? Children should begin learning

a foreign language as soon as they start school. Use specific reasons and examples to

support your position.

2. Many old buildings protected by law are part of a nation’s history. Some people think

they should be knocked down and replaced by news ones. How important is it to

maintain old buildings? Should history stand in the way of progress?