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. 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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|Extra night||130 USD|
|Residence deposit (to be paid on site)||100 CAD|
|UM (Unaccompanied-Minor) service||130 USD|
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Stay in this residence just 5-10 minutes on foot from the course centre! Most rooms are single, while twin rooms are available on request for students travelling together, and bathrooms are shared. Bed linens are provided for free and changed every week, but students should bring towels. On every floor, there is a common area with a microwave, fridge and free Wi-Fi where you can hang out. Supervision is provided 24/7, and programme staff also sleep in the residence. Full board is provided, and the cafeteria is an easy 3-minute walk away.
There’s plenty to see and do in Vancouver and on campus to keep you busy this summer! Campus staff will lead you in activities using the university’s excellent facilities, from the basketball and tennis courts to the swimming pool and walking trails. On excursion days, you’ll discover natural wonders like Grouse Mountain and Stanley Park, plus other exciting destinations like Whistler or the Vancouver Aquarium, not to mention take part in shopping days, museum visits and trips to the beach! In the evenings, participate in games nights, scavenger hunts, talent shows and dance parties – you definitely won’t be bored!
|Morning||Arrival and welcome||Classes||Classes||Classes||Classes||Classes||Excursion to Grouse Mountain||Free time|
|Afternoon||Arts||Campus visit||Sports||Treasure hunt||Swimming||Shopping afternoon|
|Evening||Welcome party||Student theater night||Quiz||Movie night||Pizza party||Photo contest||Dance party||Capture the flag|