Toronto Student Survival Guide

You might have already looked at English courses in Toronto, but do you know all the essential information you’ll need before your adventure begins? Don’t worry – we’ve got you covered! Read on. Getting to Toronto Toronto is served by 2 major airports: Toronto Pearson International Airport: Pearson is one of the busiest airports in … Read more

To do in Toronto

Top 10 things to do in Toronto

Some of the most unusual, but highly recommended activities to do while learning English in Toronto. They may seem unusual, but that’s what makes Toronto such an extraordinary city. 1. Dance with dinosaurs This sounds a little crazy, but believe it or not, the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) makes it possible. Friday Night Live (FNL) … Read more

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The Local Toronto

Visiting all the hot spots will give you a taste of the city’s history, but if you want to live like a local while studying in Toronto, here are some of the things that locals do! Eat and drink on patios When the sun is shining bright, locals love to hang out on patios, drinking … Read more

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What to See and Do in Toronto: Part 2

After checking out  ‘What to See and Do in Toronto: Part 1‘, here are a few more things to explore while learning English in Toronto! Make sure you have your to-do list ready, so you don’t miss out any of these amazing attractions.   RIPLEY’S AQUARIUM OF CANADA Located next to the CN Tower, the Ripley’s … Read more

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10 Ways to Practise Your English in Toronto

You’ll learn a lot about the English language in class, but what’s the best way to put your newly-acquired skills to use outside the classroom? The busy streets of Toronto offer many fantastic opportunities to practise your English language skills. Let’s take a look at 10 ways to challenge your knowledge of the language and … Read more

Why learn English in Toronto? | Infographic

If you’re thinking about learning English in Canada, then Toronto should definitely be one of the top 3 options on your list. As Canada’s largest city, this multicultural hotspot is a network of quirky neighbourhoods, colourful, friendly locals, and all the art, museums, sport, and music you could possibly wish for when you’re studying English … Read more