Amber Road Immigration Canada works with Kamloops-Thompson School District 73, Kootenay Lake School District 8, Thompson Rivers University (TRU) and Selkirk College (Selkirk). We assist international students with your admission process. Long-term or short-term study; we can help your dreams to study in Canada come true.
Compulsory education in Canada is 12 years, to the end of high school. After graduation, students are eligible to apply to enter universities, colleges, or vocational education colleges. Canada's education system is generally publicly funded and has a uniformly high standard across the country. Canadian universities are public and have excellent reputations for teaching and research. Canadian degrees are consistently recognized internationally as quality degrees.
If studying abroad is your academic plan, Canada is an excellent choice. Students are attracted to Canada because of:
- excellent schools
- relatively low cost
- social stability
- political stability
- beautiful environment
The cost of studying in Canada is relatively low compared to other English-speaking countries. International students attend classes with Canadian students and receive the same high quality education. After attending university, graduates are welcome to apply for work permits. Canada welcomes international talents and many graduates choose to continue working here.
Whether it is to high school or to university, we can help you achieve your quality academic goals and an international experience that you will remember forever.
To get full immersion, and strengthen your English skills, we recommend that you take short-term culture and language study during the summer and winter school holidays.
You will learn English in the classroom for half day. In the afternoon, you can attend different activities host by the school or community. This is a great opportunity to experience multicultural exchanges with students from all over the world. In TRU’s and Selkirk’s programs you can learn English, sightsee, and experience Canadian university campus life, all within a few weeks that will change your life.
Homestay is board and lodging, but also an opportunity for you to participate in local family life, make lifelong connections, integrate into local culture, and improve language skills.
When you are studying in high school, the school arranges for students to live with a local host family. Host families are carefully screened to ensure that every student has a beneficial, comfortable, and safe living environment. Homestay includes board and lodging and a private bedroom for the student. We believe that all the students will feel that they have a "home away from home" environment.
When studying at Thompson Rivers University or Selkirk College, students can choose to live in a homestay or student in-campus housing. It’s all about your needs and preferences. After 19 years of age, outside of campus housing is also permitted.
The schools that Amber Road Immigration Canada works with are all located in Canada's medium-sized urban areas. A city of this size is characterized by a slower pace of life, a small population, and a friendly environment, but they also have everything a big city has! TRU and Selkirk have smaller class sizes too. As a result there are more opportunities for direct interactive learning.
The biggest charm of a medium-sized city is that it has both the comfortable environment of the suburbs and the convenient functions of a metropolis. The advantages of learning here are:
- Time to get to know your neighbours and class mates.
- You will quickly feel like this is your “home away from home”.
- Living in a safe and friendly community.
- Amazing and accessible local recreation and outdoors.
- Lower cost of living so you can do more for less.
Kamloops - https://www.kamloops.ca/
Nelson - https://www.nelson.ca/
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