LLI Writing Contest 2019

LLI Writing Contest 2019!   London Language Institute is pleased to offer a writing contest open to international students of all English levels. The winners will receive a 4-week Tuition scholarship to come and study at our main campus in London. Ontario Canada. Valued at over $1100 Canadian dollars! Valid for the 2019 academic year.   Details:   Three categories- …

LLI Invests in Tablets for Student Testing

LLI is pleased to announce that starting in February 2019 all our ESL students will begin using tablets for their weekly quizzes. This technology will allow for immediate results that are uploaded to student accounts. LLI will be proving all the tablets to students for testing at no cost.

LLI’s Annual Christmas Party- Friday December 7th.

LLI welcomes students, staff, friends and homestays to our annual Christmas Party being held on Friday December 7th at 7:00 pm.  Location: Highland Country Club.  Come out and enjoy an evening of entertainment, appetizers and Christmas cheer!

Teacher Award- Wanda MacKay

LLI would like to congratulate Wanda Mackay on receiving LLI’s Teacher of the Term Award for the September/October 2018 term.  Wanda has been working at LLI for the past 5 plus years and is a dedicated and caring teacher.  Wanda is in charge of school safety and also runs the University Preparation course along with her full time role as …


LLI’s TVO/ILC High School Program

LLI’s TVO\ILC High School program has monthly start dates throughout the year.  This Public program is designed for international students seeking an OSSD or to upgrade credits for college and university entrance. LLI also operates overseas with partner schools who also offer LLI’s TVO\ILC High School program. Please contact us if you have any additional questions.

Challenges with plagiarism for teachers in today’s high tech teaching environment.

From the desk of Justin Wismer- Director at London language Institute. Challenges with plagiarism for teachers in today’s high tech teaching environment. Wikipedia defines plagiarism as the following: ” Plagiarism is the “wrongful appropriation” and “stealing and publication” of another author’s “language, thoughts, ideas, or expressions” and the representation of them as one’s own original work”. Over the past 10 …

LLI Alumnus Tai Liang visited campus

LLI alumnus (2012) from Brazil, Tai Liang visited our campus today.  Tai is now working in the field of International Trade.  We are so proud of his accomplishments and that his English and Business course training at LLI prepared him for the workplace.  Good luck with all your future endeavors!