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Tag : International Education

Languages Canada conducts mission to meet with agents from Canada’s 9th largest source country for international students.

Languages Canada, in partnership with the Canadian Association of Public Schools – International (CAPS-I), brought together fourteen Canadian education institutions and fourteen Iranian agencies to Istanbul, Turkey on the first ever LC mission focused on Iran.

10 LC members and two CAPS-I members participated, representing Canadian universities, colleges, private sector language programs, and public school boards. The full-day event included close to 200 B2B meetings.

ACTFL in New Orleans: November 16-18, 2018

NEW ORLEANS - November 16-18, 2018 - Follow the French path all the way to the Québec reception! From November 16th to the 18th, Languages Canada (LC), participated in the American Council on the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) 2018 annual convention and world languages expo.  

Paraná Speak English Coordinators Wrap-Up Three Week Toronto Program

From July 9 to 27, Languages Canada, English School of Canada, the Canada Homestay Network and eight other Languages Canada members collaborated on the delivery of a unique professional development and international partnership-building program for a delegation of seven institutional coordinators from Brazil’s Paraná Speak English program.

Nearly  8000 International Students Celebrate their Stay and their Education in Canada

Ottawa, July 20, 2018 – From Halifax to Victoria, thousands of international students will take a time out from learning English or French today to celebrate World Student Day (WSD). The festivities will take many forms: BBQs, soccer games, amateur artist competitions, zumba, kung-fu, speeches . . . Students from all corners of the globe will showcase their unique talents in a spirit of sharing and exchange.