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|One-to-one course (min. 5 lessons/week) (per lesson)||83 CAD|
|IELTS exam fee||310 CAD|
|Accommodation (under 18 y.o.) (per week)||14 CAD|
|Supplement Accommodation high season (per wk.) (Alexandra Hotel - 01.06 - 30.09.2018)||154 CAD|
|Residence deposit (to be paid on site) (Alexandra Hotel)||200 CAD|
|Airport transfer (on arrival)||145 CAD|
|Guardianship fee (-20 ans)||120 CAD|
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|Residence, single room, no meals (Alexandra Hotel)|
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As it is important to feel comfortable when living abroad, the Embassy language school in Toronto has selected friendly host families for you and visits them regularly to ensure you a comfortable and safe environment during your language study stay. This accommodation option includes half board and is available in the Greater Toronto Area. You will stay in a single room and practice your language skills during daily conversations with the family. This means you will soon get used to using English in everyday life and gain fluency and accuracy!
Alexandra Hotel residence (minimum 3 weeks)
Just steps from Chinatown and the Entertainment District in downtown Toronto, this modern student residence offers great perks just 25 minutes by public transport from the language school! Stay in a single or twin room complete with a kitchenette, free Wi-Fi, free bed linen and towels, daily cleaning and an ensuite bathroom. Hang out with your fellow residents in the student lounges, hit the gym and then relax in the sauna or get some sun on the balconies and terraces. Your home away from home couldn’t be more convenient!
Toronto isn’t short of attractions! Cruise on Lake Ontario, shopping for vintage clothes at Kensington Market, incredible view of the city from the CN Tower, chilling out in Queens’ Park… You will enjoy walking, riding and cruising through this fascinating metropolis and its many parks. Toronto is also a young university town that offers countless cafés and bars – ideal to get to know the other participants in the programme and Canadian students as well. Only two hours from there, go and admire the impressive Niagara Falls, at the frontier between Canada and the United States. In winter, ski lovers will also enjoy the proximity to the Blue Mountains and in all seasons, students will be able to attend many events and festivals to spend great evenings with their friends. Sounds like fun!