The second largest country in the world, Canada boasts the longest coastline and spans six time zones. The result of these geographic endowments is a diverse, naturally plentiful and beautiful environment in which to live and study.
With four distinct seasons, Canada offers an abundance of fun activities at any time of the year. Canada is a clean, safe country, and boasts a large number of reputable colleges and universities. If you choose to pursue further studies after completion of your courses with us, we will be happy to help you select a college or university. We have former students at some of the top schools in the country.
Canadians are proud of their high standard of living. UNESCO has rated Canada the "best country in the world to live" 3 times. In short, Canada has a great deal to offer and is safe, friendly and rewarding.
Toronto - Mississauga
Toronto is the largest city in Canada and the fourth largest in North America (after Mexico City, New York and L.A.). It is regarded as the nation’s financial and business capital, as well as Canada’s centre for culture and art. The city boasts many great landmarks such as the CN Tower, Rogers Center sports complex, beautiful Lake Ontario waterfront, the renowned Royal Ontario Museum, and many more. Toronto is also very multicultural and boasts a number of world-famous colleges and universities, making it an ideal city for international students. The cost of living in Toronto is also reasonable- please ask for details! Mississauga is the third largest city in Ontario – behind Toronto and Ottawa, and is attached to Toronto, with great access.
Throughout our fine city network, you will find a vast assortment of interesting ethnic areas. For example, there is Greek town, Little Italy, Chinatown, Little India, Bloor-West Village and many more. The choice of restaurants is unlimited. What’s more, our public transportation system is inexpensive and easy to navigate. Our subway, bus and streetcar systems are well integrated and make just about anywhere in the city simple to access.
Finding your way around is as easy and fun as learning English at CEC! So, after school, just hop on the transit and learn your way around!