Why Study ESL, English as a Second Language?

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It is recommended that newcomers study ESL (English as a Second Language) when they arrive in Canada. It is a known fact: Canada has not one, but two official languages – French and English. However, the reason why French would not usually come to mind is that French speakers usually live in the Quebec/Ottawa regions while English-speakers are everywhere else. This is one of the reasons why we advise you to take ESL courses in areas like Vancouver where English is the order of the day. That is not the only one though. In this article, we explore more on…
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Why Choose to Study in Burnaby?

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Meet Burnaby, a Growing City in Metro Vancouver Located right besides Vancouver (a 20 minutes ride by SkyTrain), in the year 1992 the status of “city” was granted to Burnaby. The growth of the city was seen after thirty to forty years of its incorporation. One of the significant factors of its growth was its prime location. The city is located between the developing and urban parts of New Westminster and Vancouver. During the initial years of its settlement, this suburb was a major rural area that was supplying agricultural products to its nearby valleys and markets. But with its constant…
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Studying English in Canada!

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Why Studying English in Canada? Studying and vacations usually don’t go in the same sentence. But studying English in Canada gives you a perfect chance to explore beautiful views of Vancouver and improve your English skills as well.  These two can get along perfectly, especially if you decide to take a short-stay ESL program and improve your English. One week? Two weeks? A month? No matter what’s your time frame – Vancouver has options that will fit your schedule and career. If you are wondering whether an ESL course is a good idea for you, and if you are considering…
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Diploma vs Certificate: Which one is for you?

Diploma vs Certificate: Which one is for you?
You don’t know how to choose your program? We’ll help you with Career decisions. Diploma vs Certificate? Building a successful career is a challenging task that often requires more than just obtaining a university degree. In many cases, it takes the dedication of personal time and effort, as well as continuous training and education. However, in recent years you can observe many people that are after a change in their career, as there are vocations with greater potential. If you have just started thinking about your future, need a professional change, or want a career boost then you can take advantage of two…
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