Requirements for Canadian Students
For our Regular Programs, students should be 18 years of age or older. All levels of English ability are accepted. We also have seasonal Teen/Youth programs. These are divided into Ages 7-12, 13 -15 and 16 -18. Plus, we have a joint-program with our sister facility that runs programs for children 2 to 6 years old.
Requirements for International Students
Students studying for less than six months do not need a student authorization (visa). Anyone wanting to study for more than six months must have a student authorization. Students must apply for their authorizations from outside of Canada.
Procedure for Canadian Students
Students may apply directly to the school (online, by fax, or by mail) or through a local agent representative in their home country. The application form will indicate a student's preference for courses, study dates, and accommodation. Once this has been received, he or she will be sent an invoice for payment. Payment can be sent by telegraphic transfer or bank cheque. A letter of acceptance will be issued when payment is received. The student can use this letter of acceptance to assist him or her in obtaining a student authorization (visa).
Procedure for International Students
Please view procedure for Canadian Students.
|Full-time Students 2011-2012:||120|
|Part-time Students 2011-2012:||100|
|Type of System:||Continuous|
Part-time, full-time, and activity programs are available. Start dates are generally the first Monday of a month; however, the BEC calendar should be consulted. Students are welcome to start on any Monday, if the school timetable does not suit their schedules. Students can attend classes for the duration of their choice, i.e. anywhere from one week to several months. The school is closed for two weeks over the Christmas holidays. Homestay can be maintained for students during Christmas holidays and there is an emergency contact number for the school if needed.|
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