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Halifax Language Institute of Canada (HLIC)  is one of the best-known language schools in Nova Scotia, Canada!

HLIC is located in Halifax, on the east coast of Canada, and the capital of the province of Nova Scotia. Our campus is on Spring Garden Road, one of the most-travelled areas as well as a major commercial and cultural district in Halifax.

HLIC provides students with superb customer service and unique communication programs that will improve their English language proficiency, confidence, fluency, and accuracy. HLIC strives to provide all of our students with the skills necessary to succeed in a personal, academic and/or professional capacity.

HLIC offers English programs for all levels, such as General English (Level 1-6), General Business English, English for Academic Purposes (EAP), English for Specific Purposes (ESP), University Bridging Program (UBP pathways for college and university), and Test Preparation Programs (TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC). HLIC has partnership agreements with several Canadian post-secondary, and provides university and college placement of HLIC graduates.

HLIC’s teaching methodology is student-centered and also employs a task-based learning approach, which leads to numerous city outings and filed trips around the area. HLIC also has a customized homestay program to meet the needs of various student backgrounds and wants. Students end up with a deep connection to the school, their homestay families, and often come back for many visits long after they have graduated.


Halifax Language Institute of Canada


Suite 405, 5640 Spring Garden Road, Halifax NS B3J 3M7
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Yes

Private

Flexible

English

Academic English/University Preparatory English, Business English, General English, Group Programs (English), IELTS Preparation, Summer or Winter Activity or Camp Programs (English), English for Specific Purpose (Medical/Legal/Technical etc.), CAEL Preparation

Our Business English program is for students who have at least a low intermediate level of English and who wish to learn English in a business context.  Students receive 25 hours of classroom instruction per week.  Students will study a general English program of integrated skills in the morning class, and will focus on different aspects of business in the afternoon class. The following are examples of selected modules included in our General Business Program.

Our EAP program is for students who wish to continue with post-secondary education in English. The program consists of six levels, from beginner to advance. Each level is covered in an eight-week semester, and students have 25 contact hours with a teacher each week. Students will study integrated skills in the morning class, and will focus more on one of the skills than others in the afternoon class for levels 1 to 4. In Level 5, the focus in the afternoon class will be on test preparation, and learning strategies for both learning and test taking. The Level 6 afternoon class will consist of academic preparation.

The Summer and Winter Camp Program courses are for groups of students who wish to travel, learn about Canada and study English at the same time. A different theme will be covered each week, with accompanying tours and excursions. Programs can be customized to include evening and weekend social events, trips and excursions, and these extra activities can be customized if the students have a common interest, such as photography, hiking or others. Please email studentrecruitment@hfxlanguage.ca for more information regarding this program.


Our Bridging program is designed for students who wish to continue with post-secondary education. The program consists of six levels, from beginner to advance.  Each level is covered in an eight-week semester. Students will study integrated skills in the morning class, and will focus more on one of the skills than others in the afternoon class for levels 1 to 4. In Level 5, the focus in the afternoon class will be on test preparation, and learning strategies for both learning and test taking. The Level 6 afternoon class will consist of academic preparation.


TOEIC, TFI

Homestay, Assistance finding off-campus, private housing

Student Inquiries

1 902 406-8585