Long term Canada programmes at Greystone College, Toronto

From 6495.- CAD
approx 3854.- GBP
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The school

Levels
Upper elementary to Proficiency
School size
L
Accommodation
Host family
Disabled access
Disabled access at school
Wifi
WiFi is free

The students

Minimum age
18 years
Average age
27 years
Nationality mix
China, South Korea, Brazil, etc..
ratings
3 authentic opinions

The school

Levels
Upper elementary to Proficiency
School size
L
Accommodation
Host family, Residence, Shared apartment
Disabled access
Disabled access at school
Wifi
WiFi is free

The students

Minimum age
18 years
Average age
27 years
Nationality mix
China, South Korea, Brazil, etc..
ratings
3 authentic opinions

Located in the city centre, close to Toronto’s greatest attractions, Greystone College has two modern, comfortable course centres, offering 63 classrooms in total. Guided by qualified English teachers, you will enjoy optimal learning conditions and have access to computer labs to sharpen your skills. After classes, take advantage of the student lounges to relax and prepare your afternoon outings with the other students from all over the world. Wi-Fi access is free throughout the course centre.

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  • Level and needs assessment
  • Access to e-learning platform
  • Use of study centre
  • End-of-course report and certificate
  • Activity programme
  • Level and needs assessment
  • Access to e-learning platform
  • Use of study centre
  • End-of-course report and certificate
  • Activity programme

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Diploma in International Business Management + internship

Advanced to Proficiency, 26 week(s)
26 week(s) - From CAD 11045.-
(about GBP 6502.-)
Course duration
26 week(s)
Levels
Advanced to Proficiency
In small interactive classes, you will gain an excellent understanding of the essentials of business management in the current global business environment. During the academic part, students will discuss global issues, prepare presentations, do team projects and extend their research skills.

Main themes covered by the course include: business in the global context, marketing planning and execution, how groups and individual behaviours work within an organisation, communication in business and cross-cultural environments, the management process (including planning, organising, directing and controlling organisation activities), basics of contract law and legal terminology.

Completion of the Diploma in International Business Management qualifies you for entry in the Certificate in Supervisory Management programme offered by the Canadian Institute of Management (CIM).

Practical information:
- Academic studies duration: 24 + 2 weeks of post-placement feedback
- Work placement duration: 24 weeks or 504 hours
- Salary: unpaid
- Language requirement: C1
- Minimal training level: high school diploma
- Possible careers: banking, marketing, human resources, international trade/import-export

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Course info
week(s)
Without accomodation
Host family, single room, half board
Host family, single room, full board
26
11045
17099
17463
All prices are in CAD.   CAD 1 ≈ GBP 0.62   (Not-binding exchange rate)
Starting dates
02.01 / 29.01 / 26.02 / 26.03 / 23.04 / 22.05 / 18.06 / 07.08 / 04.09 / 01.10 / 29.10 / 26.11.2018
Bank holidays
01.01 / 19.02 / 30.03 / 21.05 / 02.07 / 06.08 / 03.09 / 08.10 / 12.11.2018
Holidays
15.07.2018 - 04.08.2018
23.12.2018 - 01.01.2019

Arrival: Sunday prior to course start
Departure: Saturday following course end

Certificate in Hospitality Skills + internship

Intermediate to Advanced, 14 week(s)
14 week(s) - From CAD 6535.-
(about GBP 3847.-)
Course duration
14 week(s)
Levels
Intermediate to Advanced
This programme – recognized by the American Hotel and Lodging Association – prepares students to work in the hospitality, travel and tourism industries. High-quality professionals will teach you about business communications, conflict resolution, teamwork and problem solving; you will also receive a certification for alcohol serving. At the end of the programme, you will be ready to start your work experience in Ontario.

Practical information:
- Academic studies duration: 12 + 2 weeks of post-placement feedback
- Work placement duration: 12 weeks
- Salary: paid
- Language requirement: B2
- Minimal training level: high school diploma
- Possible careers: travel agent, receptionist, barman…


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Course info
week(s)
Without accomodation
Host family, single room, half board
Host family, single room, full board
14
6535
9901
10097
All prices are in CAD.   CAD 1 ≈ GBP 0.62   (Not-binding exchange rate)
Starting dates
02.01 / 18.06.2018
Bank holidays
01.01 / 19.02 / 30.03 / 21.05 / 02.07 / 06.08 / 03.09 / 08.10 / 12.11.2018
Holidays
15.07.2018 - 04.08.2018
23.12.2018 - 01.01.2019

Arrival: Sunday prior to course start
Departure: Saturday following course end

Diploma in Customer Service + internship

Upper elementary to Proficiency, 26 week(s)
26 week(s) - From CAD 10735.-
(about GBP 6320.-)
Course duration
26 week(s)
Levels
Upper elementary to Proficiency
This programme is designed for students interested in building customer service skills for work in the hospitality, tourism and travel industries. Besides developing practical IT skills for using industry-standard software (producing text documents and spreadsheets), you will learn how to manage all aspects of direct customer service, including dealing with customer complaints, conflicts and specific requests. You will also learn to communicate effectively in the workplace and provide the most relevant information to your customers.

Practical information:
- Academic studies duration: 24 + 2 weeks of post-placement feedback
- Work placement duration: 24 weeks or 504 hours
- Salary: paid
- Language requirement: A2
- Minimal training level: high school diploma
- Possible careers: front desk, food and beverage positions, retail

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Course info
week(s)
Without accomodation
Host family, single room, half board
Host family, single room, full board
26
10735
16789
17153
All prices are in CAD.   CAD 1 ≈ GBP 0.62   (Not-binding exchange rate)
Starting dates
02.01 / 29.01 / 26.02 / 26.03 / 23.04 / 22.05 / 18.06 / 07.08 / 04.09 / 01.10 / 29.10 / 26.11.2018
Bank holidays
01.01 / 19.02 / 30.03 / 21.05 / 02.07 / 06.08 / 03.09 / 08.10 / 12.11.2018
Holidays
15.07.2018 - 04.08.2018
23.12.2018 - 01.01.2019

Arrival: Sunday prior to course start
Departure: Saturday following course end

Tourism & Hospitality Management Program + internship

Upper intermediate to Proficiency, 38 week(s)
38 week(s) - From CAD 15953.-
(about GBP 9392.-)
Course duration
38 week(s)
Levels
Upper intermediate to Proficiency
This course prepares you to work in the international tourism and hospitality industry. As well as learning how to use industry-standard software and technology, you will cover all key aspects of the tourism and hospitality industry, including human resources, accounting, sales and marketing, food and beverage service, front desk operations and housekeeping management.
Upon completion of the programme, students will obtain an internationally recognised diploma delivered by the American Hotel and Lodging Association (AHLA).

Practical information:
- Academic studies duration: 36 + 2 weeks of post-placement feedback
- Work placement duration: 36 weeks or 1080 hours
- Salary: paid
- Language requirement: B2
- Minimal training level: high school diploma
- Possible careers: guest services agent, event coordinator, room attendant

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Course info
week(s)
Without accomodation
Host family, single room, half board
Host family, single room, full board
38
15953
24695
25227
All prices are in CAD.   CAD 1 ≈ GBP 0.62   (Not-binding exchange rate)
Starting dates
02.01 / 29.01 / 26.02 / 26.03 / 23.04 / 22.05 / 18.06.2018
Bank holidays
01.01 / 19.02 / 30.03 / 21.05 / 02.07 / 06.08 / 03.09 / 08.10 / 12.11.2018
Holidays
15.07.2018 - 04.08.2018
23.12.2018 - 01.01.2019

Arrival: Sunday prior to course start
Departure: Saturday following course end

Diploma in International Business Management + internship

Advanced to Proficiency, 26 week(s)
26 week(s) - From CAD 11005.-
(about GBP 6479.-)
Course duration
26 week(s)
Levels
Advanced to Proficiency
Students/class
max. 20
Minimum age
18 years
Schedule
09:00-12:00 + 13:00-14:30 (Mon-Thu) + 09:00 - 12:00 (Fri)

Schedule may vary depending on student’s level and time of year.
In small interactive classes, you will gain an excellent understanding of the essentials of business management in the current global business environment. During the academic part, students will discuss global issues, prepare presentations, do team projects and extend their research skills.

Main themes covered by the course include: business in the global context, marketing planning and execution, how groups and individual behaviours work within an organisation, communication in business and cross-cultural environments, the management process (including planning, organising, directing and controlling organisation activities), basics of contract law and legal terminology.

Completion of the Diploma in International Business Management qualifies you for entry in the Certificate in Supervisory Management programme offered by the Canadian Institute of Management (CIM).

Practical information:
- Academic studies duration: 24 + 2 weeks of post-placement feedback
- Work placement duration: 24 weeks or 504 hours
- Salary: unpaid
- Language requirement: C1
- Minimal training level: high school diploma
- Possible careers: banking, marketing, human resources, international trade/import-export

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Course info
week(s)
Without accomodation
Host family, single room, half board
Shared apartment, single room, no meals
26
11005
17215
17995
All prices are in CAD.   CAD 1 ≈ GBP 0.62   (Not-binding exchange rate)
Starting dates
02.01 / 28.01 / 25.02 / 25.03 / 22.04 / 21.05 / 17.06 / 15.07 / 12.08 / 09.09 / 07.10 / 04.11 / 02.12.2019
Bank holidays
18.02 / 19.04 / 20.05 / 01.07 / 05.08 / 02.09 / 14.10 / 11.11.2019
Holidays
23.12.2018 - 01.01.2019
22.12.2019 - 28.12.2019

Arrival: Saturday/Sunday prior to course start
Departure: Saturday/Sunday following course end
The arrival and departure days must be identical

Certificate in Hospitality Skills + internship

Intermediate to Advanced, 14 week(s)
14 week(s) - From CAD 6495.-
(about GBP 3824.-)
Course duration
14 week(s)
Levels
Intermediate to Advanced
Students/class
max. 20
Minimum age
18 years
Schedule
09:00-12:00 + 13:00-14:30 (Mon-Thu) + 09:00 - 12:00 (Fri)

Schedule may vary depending on student’s level and time of year.
This programme – recognized by the American Hotel and Lodging Association – prepares students to work in the hospitality, travel and tourism industries. High-quality professionals will teach you about business communications, conflict resolution, teamwork and problem solving; you will also receive a certification for alcohol serving. At the end of the programme, you will be ready to start your work experience in Ontario.

Practical information:
- Academic studies duration: 12 + 2 weeks of post-placement feedback
- Work placement duration: 12 weeks
- Salary: paid
- Language requirement: B2
- Minimal training level: high school diploma
- Possible careers: travel agent, receptionist, barman…


More information about this program
Course info
week(s)
Without accomodation
Host family, single room, half board
Shared apartment, single room, no meals
14
6495
9945
10645
All prices are in CAD.   CAD 1 ≈ GBP 0.62   (Not-binding exchange rate)
Starting dates
02.01 / 17.06.2019
Bank holidays
18.02 / 19.04 / 20.05 / 01.07 / 05.08 / 02.09 / 14.10 / 11.11.2019
Holidays
23.12.2018 - 01.01.2019
22.12.2019 - 28.12.2019

Arrival: Saturday/Sunday prior to course start
Departure: Saturday/Sunday following course end
The arrival and departure days must be identical

Diploma in Customer Service + internship

Upper elementary to Proficiency, 26 week(s)
26 week(s) - From CAD 10795.-
(about GBP 6355.-)
Course duration
26 week(s)
Levels
Upper elementary to Proficiency
Students/class
max. 20
Minimum age
18 years
Schedule
09:00-13:00 + 13:00-14:30 (Mon-Thu) + 09:00 - 12:00 (Fri)

Schedule may vary depending on student’s level and time of year.
This programme is designed for students interested in building customer service skills for work in the hospitality, tourism and travel industries. Besides developing practical IT skills for using industry-standard software (producing text documents and spreadsheets), you will learn how to manage all aspects of direct customer service, including dealing with customer complaints, conflicts and specific requests. You will also learn to communicate effectively in the workplace and provide the most relevant information to your customers.

Practical information:
- Academic studies duration: 24 + 2 weeks of post-placement feedback
- Work placement duration: 24 weeks or 504 hours
- Salary: paid
- Language requirement: A2
- Minimal training level: high school diploma
- Possible careers: front desk, food and beverage positions, retail

More information about this program
Course info
week(s)
Without accomodation
Host family, single room, half board
Shared apartment, single room, no meals
26
10795
17005
17785
All prices are in CAD.   CAD 1 ≈ GBP 0.62   (Not-binding exchange rate)
Starting dates
02.01 / 28.01 / 25.02 / 25.03 / 22.04 / 21.05 / 17.06 / 15.07 / 12.08 / 09.09 / 07.10 / 04.11 / 02.12.2019
Bank holidays
18.02 / 19.04 / 20.05 / 01.07 / 05.08 / 02.09 / 14.10 / 11.11.2019
Holidays
23.12.2018 - 01.01.2019
22.12.2019 - 28.12.2019

Arrival: Saturday/Sunday prior to course start
Departure: Saturday/Sunday following course end
The arrival and departure days must be identical

Tourism & Hospitality Management Program + internship

Upper elementary to Proficiency, 38 week(s)
38 week(s) - From CAD 22519.-
(about GBP 13257.-)
Course duration
38 week(s)
Levels
Upper elementary to Proficiency
Students/class
max. 20
Minimum age
18 years
Schedule
09:00-13:00 + 13:00-14:30 (Mon-Thu) + 09:00 - 12:00 (Fri)

Schedule may vary depending on student’s level and time of year.
This course prepares you to work in the international tourism and hospitality industry. As well as learning how to use industry-standard software and technology, you will cover all key aspects of the tourism and hospitality industry, including human resources, accounting, sales and marketing, food and beverage service, front desk operations and housekeeping management.
Upon completion of the programme, students will obtain an internationally recognised diploma delivered by the American Hotel and Lodging Association (AHLA).

Practical information:
- Academic studies duration: 36 + 2 weeks of post-placement feedback
- Work placement duration: 36 weeks or 1080 hours
- Salary: paid
- Language requirement: B2
- Minimal training level: high school diploma
- Possible careers: guest services agent, event coordinator, room attendant

More information about this program
Course info
week(s)
Without accomodation
Host family, single room, half board
Shared apartment, single room, no meals
38
15910
24880
26020
All prices are in CAD.   CAD 1 ≈ GBP 0.62   (Not-binding exchange rate)
Starting dates
02.01 / 28.01.2019
Bank holidays
18.02 / 19.04 / 20.05 / 01.07 / 05.08 / 02.09 / 14.10 / 11.11.2019
Holidays
23.12.2018 - 01.01.2019
22.12.2019 - 28.12.2019

Arrival: Saturday/Sunday prior to course start
Departure: Saturday/Sunday following course end
The arrival and departure days must be identical

Diploma in Hospitality Management + internship

Upper elementary to Proficiency, 50 week(s)
50 week(s) - From CAD 20185.-
(about GBP 11883.-)
Course duration
50 week(s)
Levels
Upper elementary to Proficiency
Students/class
max. 20
Minimum age
18 years
Schedule
09:00-13:00 + 13:00-14:30 (Mon-Thu) + 09:00 - 12:00 (Fri)

Schedule may vary depending on student’s level and time of year.
This intensive programme aims to respond to the growing needs of the tourism and hospitality market. By acquiring foundational knowledge in different areas of the hospitality management field (such as front desk operations, housekeeping, food & beverage management, administration, event coordination, guests services, etc.), you’ll be able to choose your career path in this fast-growing industry. This course will prepare you for a wide range of positions and will also give you an internationally recognized certification.

Practical information:
- Academic studies duration: 48 weeks + 2 weeks of post-placement study
- Work placement duration: 48 weeks
- Salary: paid
- Language requirement: I3 (B2.1 CEFR)
- Minimal training level: high school diploma
- Possible careers: guest services agent, marketing assistant, event coordinator, housekeeper, etc.

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week(s)
Without accomodation
Host family, single room, half board
Shared apartment, single room, no meals
50
18595
30095
31595
All prices are in CAD.   CAD 1 ≈ GBP 0.62   (Not-binding exchange rate)
Starting dates 50 wk
28.01 / 25.02 / 25.03 / 22.04 / 21.05 / 17.06 / 15.07 / 12.08 / 09.09 / 07.10 / 04.11 / 02.12.2019
Bank holidays
18.02 / 19.04 / 20.05 / 01.07 / 05.08 / 02.09 / 14.10 / 11.11.2019
Holidays
23.12.2018 - 01.01.2019
22.12.2019 - 28.12.2019

Arrival: Saturday/Sunday prior to course start
Departure: Saturday/Sunday following course end
The arrival and departure days must be identical

Diploma in Hospitality Operations + internship

Upper elementary to Proficiency, 26 week(s)
26 week(s) - From CAD 10915.-
(about GBP 6426.-)
Course duration
26 week(s)
Levels
Upper elementary to Proficiency
Students/class
max. 20
Minimum age
18 years
Schedule
09:00-13:00 + 13:00-14:30 (Mon-Thu) + 09:00 - 12:00 (Fri)

Schedule may vary depending on student’s level and time of year.
Choose a specific career path in the hospitality industry and obtain an official certificate through this exciting programme! This course will help you define your goals and find a successful job in this fast-growing sector. Learn how to manage housekeeping operations or front office functions, supervise a team of hospitality professionals or coordinate an event. Your professors will also teach you how to write an effective CV and cover letter, as well as how to perform best in an interview, preparing you for a wide range of positions.

Practical information:
- Academic studies duration: 24 weeks + 2 weeks of post-placement study
- Work placement duration: 24 weeks
- Salary: paid
- Language requirement: I3 (B2.1 CEFR)
- Minimal training level: high school diploma
- Possible careers: guest services agent, room attendant, event coordinator, housekeeper, etc.

More information about this program
Course info
week(s)
Without accomodation
Host family, single room, half board
Shared apartment, single room, no meals
26
10915
17125
17905
All prices are in CAD.   CAD 1 ≈ GBP 0.62   (Not-binding exchange rate)
Starting dates 26 wk
28.01 / 25.02 / 25.03 / 22.04 / 21.05 / 17.06 / 15.07 / 12.08 / 09.09 / 07.10 / 04.11 / 02.12.2019
Bank holidays
18.02 / 19.04 / 20.05 / 01.07 / 05.08 / 02.09 / 14.10 / 11.11.2019
Holidays
23.12.2018 - 01.01.2019
22.12.2019 - 28.12.2019

Arrival: Saturday/Sunday prior to course start
Departure: Saturday/Sunday following course end
The arrival and departure days must be identical

Diploma in Hospitality Sales & Marketing + internship

Upper elementary to Proficiency, 26 week(s)
26 week(s) - From CAD 10915.-
(about GBP 6426.-)
Course duration
26 week(s)
Levels
Upper elementary to Proficiency
Students/class
max. 20
Minimum age
18 years
Schedule
09:00-13:00 + 13:00-14:30 (Mon-Thu) + 09:00 - 12:00 (Fri)

Schedule may vary depending on student’s level and time of year.
This programme is specially designed for students who want to work in marketing, sales or public relations within the hospitality industry. You’ll gain skills and knowledge about specific topics such as market segmentation, advertising, public relations, market research and pricing. At the end of the course, you’ll receive an official certificate that will help you find a job in the hospitality and tourism industry (for example as a marketing assistant or public relations coordinator).

Practical information:
- Academic studies duration: 24 weeks + 2 weeks of post-placement study
- Work placement duration: 24 weeks
- Salary: paid
- Language requirement: I4 (B2.2 CEFR)
- Minimal training level: high school diploma
- Possible careers: customer service agent, marketing assistant, event coordinator, sales associate, etc.

More information about this program
Course info
week(s)
Without accomodation
Host family, single room, half board
Shared apartment, single room, no meals
26
10915
17125
17905
All prices are in CAD.   CAD 1 ≈ GBP 0.62   (Not-binding exchange rate)
Starting dates 26 wk
28.01 / 25.02 / 25.03 / 22.04 / 21.05 / 17.06 / 15.07 / 12.08 / 09.09 / 07.10 / 04.11 / 02.12.2019
Bank holidays
18.02 / 19.04 / 20.05 / 01.07 / 05.08 / 02.09 / 14.10 / 11.11.2019
Holidays
23.12.2018 - 01.01.2019
22.12.2019 - 28.12.2019

Arrival: Saturday/Sunday prior to course start
Departure: Saturday/Sunday following course end
The arrival and departure days must be identical

Options/Extras

Accommodation (during the internship per week)
Host family/single room/half board
224 CAD
Accommodation (during the internship per week)
Host family/single room/full board
238 CAD
Accommodation (during the internship per week)
Host family/single room/no meals (+18)
168 CAD
Extra night with host family, half board 32 CAD
Extra night with host family, full board 34 CAD
Extra night with host family, no meals 24 CAD
Supplement Accommodation high season (per wk.) (24.06-19.08.2018)
Half-board / full board
14 CAD
Supplement Accommodation high season (per wk.) (24.06-19.08.2018)
No meals
19 CAD
Airport transfer (on arrival) 110 CAD
Accommodation (during the internship per week)
Host family/single room/half board
230 CAD
Accommodation (during the internship per week)
Host family/single room/half board, 22.06-17.08.2019
255 CAD
Accommodation (during the internship per week)
Host family/single room/full board
245 CAD
Accommodation (during the internship per week)
Host family/single room/full board, 22.06-17.08.2019
270 CAD
Accommodation (during the internship per week)
Host family/single room/no meals (+18)
175 CAD
Accommodation (during the internship per week)
Host family/single room/no meals (+18), 22.06-17.08.2019
200 CAD
Accommodation (during the internship per week)
Residence, 1-24 w.
550 CAD
Accommodation (during the internship per week)
Residence, 25+ w.
525 CAD
Supplement Accommodation high season (per wk.) (22.06-17.08.2019) 25 CAD
Airport transfer (on arrival) 110 CAD

Other accommodation options

Host family, single room, no meals (+ 18 y.o.)
Shared apartment, single room, no meals (Harrington House, Premium)
Residence, single room, breakfast (Campus ONE, 18+ - 01.05-26.08.2019)
Host family, single room, full board
Host family, single room, no meals (+ 18 y.o.)
Residence, single room, full board (Campus ONE (18+) - 01.01-30.04 & 27.08-31.12.2019)

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4.3/5
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20 years old - Switzerland
/ 5
Magnifique séjour et une ville exceptionnelle
50 weeks, October 2016 – September 2017
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22 years old - Belgium
/ 5
37 weeks, September 2015 – May 2016
Value for money (4 / 5)
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23 years old - France
/ 5
18 weeks, August – December 2014
Value for money (3 / 5)
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Accommodation (4.8 / 5) (Host family)
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Host family
Renowned for their warm welcome, Canadian host families will make students feel right at home. Around 40-60 minutes from the school, you will stay in a single room and have half board or full board provided. For maximum flexibility, it is possible to book this accommodation without meals, in which case you can use the family kitchen. This option is ideal to dip into Canadian culture and practise English in everyday situations.

Campus One residence
Located in a skyscraper, these apartments feature 4 single bedrooms each, with shared bathroom and kitchen. Wi-Fi is free, bedlinen is provided and paying laundry facilities are also available. The residence, located a 15-20-minute walk from the school, offers amazing installations; meet the other students in the dining or living room, watch a movie in the cinema room or work out at the gym or in the yoga/dance studio! During low season (01.01 - 30.04 & 01.09 - 31.12), full board is provided.

Host family
Renowned for their warm welcome, Canadian host families will make students feel right at home. Around 40-60 minutes from the school, you will stay in a single room and have half board or full board provided. For maximum flexibility, it is possible to book this accommodation without meals, in which case you can use the family kitchen. This option is ideal to dip into Canadian culture and practise English in everyday situations.

Harrington House shared apartment (from 18 years)
Standard (Danforth)
35 minutes from the school by public transport, these apartments are the perfect choice for international students. You'll stay in a single room with a shared bathroom, and can enjoy the kitchen, the free Wi-Fi and the SmartTV with Netflix! Bed linen and towels are provided, a laundry room is available onsite and common areas are cleaned once a month.

Premium (Sherbourne)
Less than 5 minutes on foot from the Sherbourne metro station, this comfortable, modern residence features a shared living area, a Smart TV with Netflix, a cinema room, gym, yoga area, library, games room and an outdoor terrace! Your single room comes with free Wi-Fi, towels and bed linen for your full-size bed. Bathrooms are shared, and there are laundry facilities on site.

Campus One residence (from 18 years)
Located in a skyscraper, these apartments feature 4 single bedrooms each, with shared bathroom and kitchen. Wi-Fi is free, bedlinen is provided and paying laundry facilities are also available. The residence, located a 15-20-minute walk from the school, offers amazing installations; meet the other students in the dining or living room, watch a movie in the cinema room or work out at the gym or in the yoga/dance studio! During low season (01.01 - 30.04 & 27.08 - 31.12), full board is provided.

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