Have you been dragging your feet on the way to class lately? Do you fantasize about speaking phrases fluently in another language, or doing research in a field station deep in the rainforest? A period of time abroad will not only accomplish your academic goals, but also allow you to experience a new culture, language and environment. With more than 30,000 study-abroad programs, it’s easy to make your dream of studying abroad a reality.
The Euclid Competition is the most prestigious and recognized competition in Canadian secondary schools. It is organized by the School of Mathematics and Computer Science at the University of Waterloo for students of all ages worldwide. Eurogame began in the 1970s and more than 200,000 students have taken part so far this year. In 2018, there were about 23,000 candidates from 1,850 different schools in more than 10 different countries and regions.
Suitable for students: ages 8-17
Preview: Visit the fashion capital of the world, talk to top designers in Paris, get a glimpse into the inner story of the fashion empire, and define the future efforts and aspirations.
The Overseas Art Summer Camp is supported by the Garment Trade Union Institute in Paris. LEGAC International Arts and Culture Exchange Center is one of the overseas study Tours led by students as the host organization in Canada.
The ECOLE DE LA CHAMBRE SYNDICALE DE LA COUTURE PARISIENNE (ECOLE DE LA CHAMBRE SYNDICALE DE LA COUTURE PARISIENNE) is one of the most prestigious institutes of fashion design in France.
Overseas art camps include: French costume design, jewelry identification masters camp, Global Outstanding Chinese Performers Competition Masters camp, French and Italian food etiquette fashion exchange masters camp, etc.
The Canadian Public School Board’s Summer Overseas Training program sends senior Canadian English principals and teachers to overseas countries to provide students with training in Canadian English language and culture for a period of three years. The English training courses for students are designed by the professional teaching consultant of the Curriculum Office of Education Canada. The courses are taught by English teachers from the Public education Bureau who are native speakers of English, have teacher certificates and have received professional training. The most distinctive feature of the project is to flexibly implement the original Canadian English culture summer camp for students around the world, so that students can easily experience the essence of foreign education without going abroad.
Public Education Board of Canada
Applicable students: grade 5 to Grade 2
Preview of advantages: study and play with local Canadian students to improve language, broaden horizons and exercise myself.
To improve learning outcomes, the World Classroom Program stipulates that no more than 10 Chinese students are enrolled in each school and no more than four students in each class. Students required courses, elective courses are in complete accord with the Canadian local students, the students lived with her classmates to play in a rich and interesting course rapidly enhance the level of English speaking and listening and understanding, including western international politics, history, economy, literature and the knowledge of the respect, improve self management ability and the ability to live independently, learn to love each other, friendship without borders. Transcripts and diplomas will be issued at closing time.
In order to improve the all-round development of young people morally, intellectually and physically, and to provide more opportunities and possibilities for overseas young people, sports exchange platforms and special training are provided for young people. The founding purpose of the North American Center is to understand north American sports culture, excavate Special talents in North America, integrate hockey culture at home and abroad, and introduce excellent educational resources.