Where can I learn Turkish in Kitchener-Waterloo?

Renison Continuing Education offers non-credit Turkish language and culture courses so you can build your confidence and deepen connections with your Turkish peers, colleagues, and relatives!


Registration deadline: January 12, 2024.


These courses are not available for UW degree credit.  Our courses are designed for adults.  Students must be a minimum age of 15 to register and participate in a Community and Professional Education Course. If a student is between the ages of 15 and 17, a parent or guardian is required to complete and submit a consent form.

Course offerings (TL)

Course code and title Dates Day and time
TL 110 - Conversational Turkish 1 - ONLINE - CANCELLED  January 24 - March 27 Wednesdays, 6-8pm

PLEASE NOTE: language classes will be held virtually online at the time listed above.


Registration deadline: January 12, 2024.

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Certificate policy for Turkish courses

After attending a minimum of 70% of classes, you will be eligible to receive a certificate of completion.

Tuition fees, discounts, & cancellation, withdrawal, & refund policy (TL)


Tuition: $275.00 CAD (language courses)

+ HST 

NOTE: beginning March 2023, Renison continuing education’s administrative fee will be incorporated into the total tuition price as listed above and will be charged to all registrants.

Cancellation, Withdrawal, and Refund Policy

  • If a course is cancelled, the full tuition fee (inclusive of the administrative fee) will be refunded to students in full or they may defer their registration to the next term (deferrals can be made once).
  • The administrative fee of $15.00 CAD is non-refundable unless the course is cancelled.

*The administrative fee applies to all students regardless of whether they have previously taken a Renison continuing education and/or Renison non-credit course previously.

  • Studentsmay withdraw from a course up until the registration deadline for a full tuition refund. After the registration deadline, students may withdraw up until the day before the second class and be refunded 80% of their tuition. After this date, refunds will not be issued.

Requests to withdraw should be sent in writing over e-mail to cape@uwaterloo.ca

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How to register & How to pay (TL)

How to register

Registrations must be submitted through our student portal. Follow these steps to register for a continuing education course:

  1. Visit the Continuing Education Courses page in portal.
  2. Select ‘Details’ next to your course of interest.
  3. Select ‘Details’ next to the course session you want to register for (if there are no course sessions listed, dates have not yet been confirmed for upcoming classes; please check back later).
  4. Select ‘Add to Cart’; if you are not signed in to or signed up for an account, you will be prompted to do so now.
  5. Once in your shopping cart, select ‘Checkout’.

You will receive confirmation of your registration through e-mail to the e-mail address attached to your account. For questions about your course, please contact cape@uwaterloo.ca.

If you run into issues with registration, signing in/up, or have questions about portal, please contact renison.sace@uwaterloo.ca.

How to pay

Upon checkout in our student portal (see How to register for further instructions), you will be prompted to pay via online credit card payment.

NOTE: alternative payment options may be available, please contact cape@uwaterloo.ca for more information.

Course descriptions (TL)

Conversational Turkish 1

This course is an introductory course for those who have little or no knowledge of Turkish Language and/or Culture.  In this course, students will learn the fundamentals of reading, writing, speaking, and listening in an immersive classroom setting. The goal of this course is to provide participants with an introductory foundation to basic vocabulary and sentence structures as well as fundamental communication skills to begin to build confidence in communicating in the Turkish language. 

Prerequisite: none
Course code: TL 110

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