Centre Linguista Canada - Vancouver

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Requirements for Canadian Students

Requirements may depend on program of choice. Contact us for more information.

Requirements for International Students

Adult program students must be 18+ years; teen program students must be a minimum of 13 years old; and students in our young learners program must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. All students must meet Canadian visa requirements. For certain advanced programs such as Business English and Executive English, a minimum skill level is required.

Procedure for Canadian Students

An application can be completed online. Please contact us for more information.

Procedure for International Students

To receive an application form, please contact the registrar by telephone, mail, fax, or e-mail. To enrol, send a completed application with the registration fee. After receipt of application, we will advise you of the total fee payable. Fees are payable by VISA, MasterCard, direct bank wire transfer, cheque, or international money order. Students should apply at least four to six weeks before their first class. Students can study for a maximum of three months, full-time or part-time on a visitor visa. Students enrolling for more than three months must apply for a student visa, study full-time and pay the total fees for the first three months. These students require a student visa, Letter of Acceptance, a valid passport, and proof of sufficient funds for their stay in Canada. We will then send a formal Letter of Acceptance, which the student uses in his or her application for Student Authorization from the nearest Canadian Embassy or Consulate, prior to arrival in Canada. If you would like assistance with your booking please contact us for the name of a representative in your country. Students, with passport and proof of medical coverage, should arrive at Hawthorn-Vancouver (CLC) at 8:30 a.m. on start date. All new students are given an entry-level placement test. The oral interview evaluates listening and speaking. This is followed by a written test that covers grammar, reading, and writing. Students are assigned to classes based upon test results.

Academic Year

Type of SystemContinuous
Entrance DatesAny
Language of InstructionEnglish
Modified on December 13, 2007