Study in Canada: a pioneering and inclusive country.
Canada is a country that considers education as one of its priorities. One consequence of this is a the result of the PISA reports that place it among the top ten countries in the world ranking. And it is not surprising that this is the case, since its innovate teaching methods and individualized student attention allow it to advance in every way and position itself as a leading country in education
But this is not the only reason why Canada is a good option to go to study. The Canadian quality of life, the security of the country, the bilingualism and the tolerance of its inhabitants with other cultures or the sensitivity for the enviroment, are strong arguments to understant that living in Canada is a unique experience that will change our lives for the whole of the lifetime.
This quality of life is uaranteed by the OECD reports that consider it one of the best countries in the world to live. Canada is a bilingual country where English and French are spoken and studied; where tolerance with other cultures is manifested in the diversity and multiculturism of its inhabitants: it receives immigrants every year and is recognized as an inclusive and inclusive country. These differential traits make its people welcoming, open people who take care of their country and make it progress.
On the other hand, Canada is a country concerned about the environment, with more than 40 national parks and reserves that sensitize its population on issues related to climate change.
The Canadian education system
The Canadian study system is an internatonally recognized system that is committed to innovation, enhances the talent of its sutents and values transversal skills and competencies as a tool for personal development. This system is organized in semesters, so that students can take full or partial immersions, from one month to four months or an entire academic year.
The school year
The school year in Canada lasts almost ten months: it starts at the beginning of Setember ( usually the 2nd or 3rd) and ends at the end of June ( arount the 29th or 30th if it falls on a Friday). The course is divided into two semesters and has two school vacation periods, one for Christmas and the other in midwinter; Holy Week has two holidays (Good Friday and Easter Monday).
Immersion in the Canadian school
Short satys coincide with the first term of our school year.
All mobilities begin on September 2 and, depending on the period of saty that has been chosen, they end in the corresponding month, with December being the last month of stay for those students who do the four-month immersion. The possibility of doing partial immersions in the Canadien studies system allows our participants to live a unique experience while they can resume the course without problem when they return and join.
The weeks that the student spends abroad not only allow them to improve their level of English, but also provide them with transversal skills that make them a versatile and resilient person. Upon return, this student has acuired autonomy and social skills that he demonstrates on a day-to-day baseis and in readjustment to the course normally.
As the partial immersions offered by IDEE can last from one to four months, stdents join its center on their return, so that they can follow the course and finsih it without problem, whether the stay has been short or long. It has lengthened up to 16 weeks.
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