Work and Study in Canada

Study & Work in Canada

Study and Work 01Study and Work Program - Live the Experience and Enjoy Canada

This course is designed for anyone who wants to live, study and work in a supportive community in Canada while developing their English skills.

It`s not important what level of English you have:

from basic to advanced, we have the program that fits your needs. The Study and Work program provides students with two options: regular work or internship. Those students who hold a work visa may choose either option. This program unites the advantages of classroom learning and real-world, on-the-job experience.

Personalized Attention

With our learning system students have the opportunity to focus on and develop abilities and skills that are important to them. Students get individual assistance for no extra charge if they have difficulties or questions.

Main Features

  • Small classes (average of 6-10) max. 15
  • Business English Preparation 50% of the Course
  • Work Experience or Intership the other 50% of the Course
  • working practices
  • Real-time English practice inside and outside of the school
  • Dynamic classes to progressively develop*
  • Practice Language with Canadian people
  • Certified Teachers

Personalized Attention**Valid only for Full time courses

Daily Schedule (Green and Brown areas are for Full time courses only)

Where?

  • 100% Canadian Community
  • Eco-Friendly City
  • 24/7 English Environment
  • Super Safe, No guards. No crime. No gates
  • Ocean, mountains & lakes all close by
  • No Pollution or Traffic.
  • 133km / 20min from Vancouver in Airplane
  • More information

Accommodation

Experience a real Canadian Lifestyle, family and culture at home

  • The best and cheapest way to live
  • 3 meals per day

What do I need to Apply to this Course

  • You must be 19 or older
  • Submit Resume Letter
  • TOEFL, TOEIC or some English certificate required
  • Register Online or via PDF and send it to us
  • Pay All fees due
  • Camber College will send your Official documentation and Letter of Acceptance(LOA)
  • You will need to apply for a student visa in your country (we will help you with the process)

If you are not able to work in Canada, what is

by edugirl

Going to happen to your plans to study there? Will that scrap your plans?
Perhaps you should make a contingency plan, in case things do not work out.
Assuming this is a university you are planning to attend, I am surprised to hear that you cannot get information as to whether foreign students are allowed to work there, as I am sure a Canadian university would have at least several hundred non-citizens studying there.
In the U.S., universities have a special section of their websites dedicated to foreign nationals interested in studying at their campus

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