Since its emergence, Canada College has been very active in the domain of language teaching as well as skill developing. At our Language Department, we offer any language a client needs to learn. We have a long history of Language teaching in Canada and had trained students from all over the world.
Our institution was born in 1976 in Montreal Canada to offer languages to both Canadian and international students.
Many years passed till the technology came into the market and the needs of training many new skills erupted in the society. Because of such demands, we decided to offer different courses in the IT domain in the early 1990s.
Today, Canada College is a reputable school both in Canada and overseas. We have trained thousands of students and helped them reach their goals, either to go to a university or to join the job market. We have remained a small-size school yet with a highly standardized teaching methodology, and a very competent and well educated staff and professors in the heart of Downtown Montreal.
We continue to grow and to explore other markets in other countries. Canada College is continually seeking partnerships with other schools in different countries. With over 30 years of experience in teaching and helping students, Canada College is the school to be considered by students of all ages from different parts of the world.
Montreal has a well established reputation as one of the world’s most popular travel destinations. The city’s multicultural influences are evident in its many cultural events, including the celebrated music, cinema, humour and gastronomy festivals that invigorate its summer street life.
Montreal’s special charm is a product of its unique mix of European and North American cultures and its blend of original and contemporary influences. Downtown Montreal, at the foot of Mount Royal, offers ample opportunity to lose oneself in the city’s charms, with its trendy shops, cozy coffee shops and fine dining. Outstanding museums are also close at hand: the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, the Museum of Contemporary Arts, the McCord Museum and the Canadian Centre of Architecture. Many other shows and exhibits take place all over the city, so one is never at a loss for things to do.
The Old Port should certainly not be missed. A ride on a horse-drawn carriage leads you past historic 18th and 19th century buildings and the impressive Notre Dame Basilica. Many museums and other activities are also on offer in this district: the Pointe à Callières Museum, the Montreal Historical Museum and the Montreal Science Centre are but a few examples.
For those who prefer a day of thrills and adrenaline, Jean Drapeau Park on St. Helen’s Island is home to la Ronde, the largest amusement park in the province. A short distance away is the Biosphere environment museum, located in the old American pavilion of Expo ’67.
The city’s east end is home to many tourist attractions that have contributed to Montreal’s unique reputation. The Biodôme, for example, is home to four reconstructed ecosystems populated by an impressive array of species and has drawn tourists and researchers from around the world. Nearby, the Botanical Garden features an impressive horticultural collection gathered from around the world. Then there is the Insectarium, offering unique displays on the diversity of bug life.
Montreal offers any number of activities to suit any kind of interest. The only question is whether you’ll be able to resist the temptation to postpone your return home. Remember that Canada College is in the heart of all these activities and sightseeing.