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Study in Canada

 

Program’s options

Here you will find general information about what you can study in Canada regardless of your age and English/ French level. 

Each program has details that might suit your needs, during our support you will receive all information you need. 

Health insurance is mandatory for all programs.

Language (English or French)

About: Attending a language program you will learn or improve the foundation of this new language, always improving your speaking, listening, grammar, reading and vocabulary. You can study from 2 weeks to 1 year. 

Age: Students above 16 years-old can attend Language programs.
TIP: We have an English class designated for students above 30 years old.

Language level: students of all language levels (beginner to advanced) can attend a language program.
TIP: Students with above a high-intermediate language level can choose elective classes like IELTS, business, pronunciation, speaking, writing and more. 

Location: You can choose to study in a big or small city in Canada.
TIP: Big cities like Toronto, Vancouver or Montreal offer more school options, tourism and better public transportation. 

Accommodation: If you want to include accommodation on your program, you can choose from Homestay (with meals included) and student residency.
TIP: you can book your own accommodation.  

Work permit: You will not receive a work permit while studying a language program in Canada regardless of the program duration.

English + Special Subject (Architecture, Law and Medicine)

About: This program combined English with Architecture, Law or Medicine. You can attend this program for 2 to 8 weeks.

Age: Students above 18 years-old can attend this program.

Language level: To attend this program, an intermediate English level, or above, is recommended. We can help you to check your language level.

Location: English + Architecture is offered in Toronto. English for Law and English for Medicine is offered in Toronto, London, Cambridge and Auckland. 

Accommodation: If you want to include accommodation on Homestay (with meals included) on your program.
TIP: you can book your own accommodation.  

Work permit: You will not receive a work permit while studying English + Special Subject.

Private College (Vocational)

About: Vocational programs are offered by private colleges; have to 6 months to 1-year duration and will offer you technical education with real-world experience. Business, Tourism and Customer Services would be examples of Vocational programs. 

Age: This is a program recommended to students above 18 or 19 years old, according to the province of study.

Language level: To start a Vocational program you need a high-intermediate or advanced language level according to the institution and program required. We can help you to check your language level and to take a Pathway program if needed. 

Location: Vocational programs are mainly located in Toronto, Vancouver or Montreal.

Accommodation: If you want to include accommodation on your program, you can choose from Homestay (with meals included) and student residency.
TIP: you can book your own accommodation.  

Work permit: You will receive a work permit that will allow you to work part-time while attending a Vocational program in Canada. 

Some programs might offer a Co-op work practicum term which allows the student to work full-time, on the studied field, for the same duration of the program studied.

A schedule example of six months Vocational program with Co-op would be as follows: 6 months of class (study + work part-time) + 6 months of work full-time (co-op).

Public College

About: College programs, in a public college, are long term programs (1 year to 3 years), designed for students looking for graduation or post-graduation abroad, who are travelling with family or spouse and for those planning to immigrate to Canada.

Age: This is a program recommended to students above 18 or 19 years old, according to the province of study.

Language level: To start a College program you need an advanced language level. We can help you to check your language level and to take a Pathway program if needed and applicable.

Location: You can choose to study in a big or small city in Canada.
TIP: If you are travelling with family, a College in a small city could help you with the cost of living. 

Accommodation: If you want to include accommodation on your program, you can choose from Homestay (with meals included) and student residency.
TIP: you can book your own accommodation.  

Work permit: You will receive a work permit that will allow you to work part-time while attending a College program in Canada. 

Some programs might offer a Co-op or Internship work practicum term which allows the student to work full-time, on the studied field, for about four months (one semester).

After graduation, you might qualify to work full-time for up to three years under the Post-Graduation Work Permit (PGWP).

University

About: University programs are long term programs (2 years to 4 years), designed for students looking for a bachelor’s degree or MBA abroad, who are travelling with family or spouse and for those planning to immigrate to Canada.

Age: This is a program recommended to students above 18 or 19 years old, according to the province of study.

Language level: To start a University program you need an advanced language level. We can help you to check your language level and to take a Pathway program if needed and applicable.

Location: You can choose to study in a big or small city in Canada.
Note: Not all small cities offer University programs for international students.

Accommodation: If you want to include accommodation on your program, you can choose from Homestay (with meals included) and student residency.
TIP: you can book your own accommodation.  

Work permit: You will receive a work permit that will allow you to work part-time while attending a university program in Canada. 

After graduation, you might qualify to work full-time for up to three years under the Post-Graduation Work Permit (PGWP).

Summer or Winter Camp

About: This is a short term program (2 to 8 weeks) designed to kids and teens who wants to learn or improve their language skills abroad (speaking, listening, grammar, reading and vocabulary) while having fun with activities, games and small trips. Always under the supervision of an adult.  

Age: Students from 12 to 17 years-old can attend a Summer or Winter Camp program.
Note: Some schools offer programs for kids above 7 years old. 

Language level: students of all language levels (beginner to advanced) can attend a Camp program. 

Location: Toronto, Vancouver or Montreal.

Accommodation: Homestay (with all meals included), Student residence on-campus (with all meals included) and self-arranged for those who have family in the city.

High School

About: This is a program of 6 months to 1 year designed for teens who want to study in a High School abroad.
Note: If you play a sport and have good grades, you might be eligible for up to 50% discount on your tuition.

Age: Students from 15 to 18 years old can take a High School program

Language level: High schools in Canada accepts students of all language level into their programs. 

Location: Toronto, Vancouver or Montreal.

Accommodation: Homestay (with all meals included), Student residence on-campus (with all meals included) and self-arranged for those who have family in the city.

Programs portfolio

LANGUAGE COURSES (for adults and teens)

STUDY + WORK (for adults)

HIGHER EDUCATION IN CANADA (for adults)

IELTS (for adults and teens)

ONLINE PROGRAMS (for adults and teens)

ENGLISH + ARCHITECTURE (for adults)

ENGLISH FOR LAW (for adults)

ENGLISH FOR MEDICINE (for adults)

SUMMER and WINTER CAMPS (for kids and teens)

HIGH SCHOOL (for teens)

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