1. Why should I study in Canada?

Canada is a safe, peaceful, welcoming and multicultural country with a very high quality of education. For these reasons, the United Nations consistently ranks Canada as one of the best places in the world to live. The quality of education and living standards in Canada are amongst the highest in the world, but the cost of living and tuition fees for international students are generally lower than in other countries, such as the United States or the United Kingdom. As an international student in Canada, you will enjoy all of the same freedoms as Canadians – respect for human rights, equality, and a stable and peaceful society.

2. Which city is suitable for me/ how can I choose the most suitable city for my education?

Each city is unique and all of them offer amazing educational opportunities, so your choice really depends on what kind of experience you would like to have.

Halifax is the smallest of the three cities, but it is the friendliest city. Halifax has five universities and three colleges, so it is a student-friendly city that offers excellent academic opportunities. There are less international students and immigrants in Halifax than in Ottawa or Toronto, so students typically learn English more quickly.

Ottawa, the capital of Canada, is a very professional, educated, clean and active city. It has been ranked as the best city in Canada to live in, and it is a great choice if you would like to live in a medium-sized city that offers a lot of cultural festivals and events year round.

Toronto is the largest city of the three and also the most multicultural. It is a great choice if you would like to live in a large city that offers great entertainment.

3. Why should I choose CLLC instead of another school?

Our culture and our attention to individuals is our focus. Our team is comprised of friendly, genuine, educated and creative people who are dedicated to ensuring our students have the best experience in Canada and at CLLC. Students and agents continuously tell us our culture is very unique, and it is the main thing that differentiates us from other schools. We hope you have the chance to experience it!

4. How many students do you have?

We accept new students on a weekly basis* and students graduate every Friday. This means that our student numbers can change every week. Please see below for our maximum capacity for each campus-please note that the below numbers include our 3 shifts and are based on the physical size of our campuses:

Halifax Duke Campus: 240 students
Halifax Citadel Campus: 220 students
Ottawa Campus: 220 students
Toronto Campus: 260 students

* New students can start their programs on any Monday during the year. If a holiday falls on a Monday, students will start their program on Tuesday.

5. What facilities do you have in Halifax / Ottawa / Toronto?

We have two campuses in Halifax, one in Ottawa and one in Toronto. In addition to classrooms each campus has a student lounge with computers and internet, fridges to store your lunch, a water cooler, microwaves and a relaxing area to study or spend time with friends. Check out the “Our campuses” section of our website to see photos and learn more about our campuses.

6. Who is picking me up at the airport?

If you request airport pick up or drop off, we will be happy to make the arrangements for you. We work with very professional, friendly airport limousine companies in all cities to ensure you will feel welcomed and comfortable from the first moment you arrive.

7. Where are other CLLC students from?

CLLC has hosted students from over 60 countries. We always strive to keep our campuses diverse, so you will have the opportunity to meet people from around the world, and speak English at all times.

8. If I miss my flight in Canada who do I call for help?

You will contact our campus Homestay staff or Campus Director if you miss your flight. You will receive detailed emergency contact information prior to your departure to Canada.

9. How much pocket money should I bring to Canada?

Students spend an average of $125 Canadian dollars a week. This should cover your monthly public transportation pass and spending money.