English Language Courses in Toronto
English School Toronto
Canada’s largest city is vibrant and full of life. During your English language course you should definitely make time to discover more of Toronto, and this city offers something for everyone. Love nature? Then go to Lake Ontario or the famous Toronto Zoo. If you are interested in art and culture, you will be pleased with the large selection of galleries and museums, including the Art Gallery of Ontario or Fort York.
More than five million people from over a hundred nations live in Toronto, making the city arguably the most colorful and diverse in the country. At the same time it is considered to be one of the cleanest and safest cities in North America. “Toronto” means “meeting place” in the language of the Canadian Huron Indians – no name could be more appropriate, because – as you’ll quickly notice – no one stays a stranger for long there.
Book one of our fantastic English language courses in Toronto and discover the cultural center of Canada at Ontario Lake. It is the largest city in the country and is rightly known as the “New York of Canada”. A mix of different nationalities makes the city a multicultural melting pot that is an ideal location for English study abroad programs.
At our school in Toronto you could improve your language skills quickly and sustainably during effective English courses. Our wide offer of courses ranges from business English courses and intensive courses to individual courses.
Our school in Toronto is modernly equipped and offers:
- Spacious, fully equipped classrooms
- Common room with TV and DVD player
- Fully equipped kitchen
- Library and study room
- Reception and terrace
The maximum number of students per class is 12, ensuring effective learning.
The Toronto school is located not far from the center, in the district of Cabbagetown. With its unique mix of Victorian houses, small boutiques and cosy pubs, Cabbagetown is considered to be a tranquil oasis amidst the hustle and bustle. The district acquired its name because the poverty of many Irish immigrants in the 19th Century resulted in them growing cabbage in their front yards to avoid starvation.
All of Toronto’s famous places of interest can be reached on foot or by using public transport from Cabbagetown, such as the CN Tower, the harbor, many museums and several parks.