If you are of Swiss or European nationality, no visa is necessary to participate in the programme, insofar as you are in possession of a valid passport which is valid for at least six months following your return date, in accordance with current legislation.
From January 2016 onwards, all citizens of countries like France, Belgium or Switzerland, who do not need a visa to enter Canada, must get an electronic travel authorisation before taking their flight to Canada. This will allow them to enter Canadian territory.
Warning! If your flight includes a stopover in the USA, you must be in possession of a valid biometric passport which is valid for at least six months following your return date and of an approved ESTA travel authorization. Please do not hesitate to contact us for further information.
Canada is a great destination for a language study trip abroad. However, you must know that the journey to get there is relatively long with, generally, one stopover, depending on which city you are flying from. Most airline companies will be able to offer you an accompaniment service; therefore do not hesitate to contact us for further information. It is necessary, however, that the student feels capable of managing this long journey. Then, all he/she has left to do is to enjoy Canadian life!
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|One-to-one course (5 lessons/week) (per week)||320 USD|
|Residence deposit (to be paid on site)||100 CAD|
|Extra night||190 USD|
|Excursion (3 days in French Canada: Québec City, Montreal and Otawa - no meals)
Dates on request / Minimum age 13 years old
|Excursion (3 days in New York City - no meals)
Dates on request / Minimum age 16 years old
|UM (Unaccompanied-Minor) service||170 USD|
|Transfer supplement (Arrival day on days other than Sunday)||190 USD|
|Return flight booking (prices on request, depending on availability)|
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Queen’s Park residence (7-12 years)
Located on the campus itself, two minutes on foot from the classrooms and cafeteria, this residence offers all the comfort and safety needed for students to have a pleasant stay. Boys and girls are accommodated separately in three small buildings of four floors each. The twin bedrooms with wardrobes, desks, chairs and fans also have free Wi-Fi and are cleaned weekly. There are bathrooms on each floor which are shared between 8 students at the most. Bed linen and towels are provided and changed weekly and once a week the students’ laundry is washed. In each building, there's also a common area with a TV and microwave where students can hang out. The residence is monitored 24/7.
Sorbara residence (13-17 years)
This residence is the largest accommodation building on St. Michael’s campus. It consists of separate floors for girls and boys, which are accessible by key cards. There are bathrooms on each floor (shared by max. 8 students). Rooms are single or twin. Bed linen and towels are provided and changed every 7 days, and there is a common room with a TV and microwaves. The residence is cleaned on a daily basis, including the washrooms and showers. Laundry service is included once a week, and the residence is 5 minutes away on foot from the classrooms and the cafeteria. Wi-Fi is free campus-wide, and the residence is monitored 24/7.
In order to guarantee students a fun stay, the school organises numerous activities. A chance to let off steam, go up against your friends, but above all to enjoy yourself. Sports are often on the programme, with a choice of swimming, badminton or even karate classes. Parties are regularly organised on the campus, such as giant barbecues or ice cream parties. Finally, the weekends are the opportunity to head off to discover Toronto or places like the astounding Niagara Falls, the wacky Canada's Wonderland amusement park or even the panoramic CN Tower... so many treasures to discover. All of the activities are included in the price. In order to make the programme more interesting for students of 13 to 17, many of the activities are organised as group projects, allowing to participate actively and practise their English skills.
|Morning||Arrival and welcome||Classes||Classes||Classes||Classes||Classes||Niagara Falls||Wonderland amusement park|
|Afternoon||CN Tower||Ripley's Aquarium||Shopping||Baseball game||Royal Ontario Museum|
|Evening||Welcome party||House competition||Teen Choice||Campfire||Lip Sync Battle||Disco||Free time||Free time|