Language School Toronto — Eurocentres: Meet the world
The language school in Toronto radiates global appeal. Students from all corners of the world meet here in Canada’s largest financial and business metropolis for their language study stays to learn English, develop cultural relationships and make friendships for life. The school is located in the heart of the entertainment district. Entertainment means sights, shopping, restaurants and dance clubs, all in close vicinity. For example, the CN Tower, the world-famous television tower, can be reached in just a few minutes’ walk. The tower is an incredible 553 metres high and is one of the highest freestanding building in the world. From its viewing platform, you have a superb panoramic view of the modern metropolis, which will – possibly – soon be your temporary home.
A language study stay in Toronto means more than just learning English. The language school team takes great care that students are not only happy in school, but also with the carefully selected host families. For this reason, there is always an open door for anyone who has a problem or question. It is therefore not surprising that the commitment of the teaching staff and team is often specifically praised in the student feedback. Following the motto ‘it's more fun together’, the school organises excursions and activities in addition to its comprehensive programme of courses. You can thus look forward to a wide range of experiences. One of the many excursions that you really shouldn’t miss is the trip to Niagara Falls.
- Vending machines
- Air conditioning
- Computer room
- Learning centre
- Student lounge
A typical day at Eurocentres Toronto
Alessia got up particularly early this morning as she wants to check her mail in the school’s computer room before her lessons start. She has promised to send photos of Niagara Falls, which she visited last weekend with her host family, to her sister. She found the natural spectacle absolutely breathtaking, which is why she is looking forward to sharing the experience with her sister – at least with the help of her photos.
Alessia’s journey to school takes almost 40 minutes as Toronto is very spread out. It took her a while to get used to this, but since she knows that a commuting time of 45 minutes is completely normal for Torontonians, she has adjusted to it and makes use of the time to prepare for her classes. On arriving at school, Alessia completes her email correspondence before getting herself up and running with a coffee in the comfortable student lounge. This is where many students from all over the world gather during their breaks and chat in English about their experiences in the school, about their host families and about the city in general.
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