Depending on where you come from, adjusting to life in Canada might be very easy, or it might be much more difficult. Either way, it is entirely normal to feel overwhelmed and lost while at the same time feeling excited about being in a new country. The experience of culture shock can be very difficult: everything from the big things like politics to the small details of body language, eye-contact and personal space may be different.
Time and patience will help you adjust to Canadian culture and ways of life, but there are some things you can do to make the transition easier, both before you arrive in Canada and after you begin to settle in. Join a club, research an immigrant society or get involved with a sport; make friends and look for new experiences. The more involved you are, the better your experience of Canada will be.
Chinook International Program, Chinook School District Hazlet, Saskatchewan The goal of the Chinook International Program is to provide international students the opportunity to be immersed in English while ...
Campus e-tours allow students to view the facilities and student life at featured Universities, Community Colleges and ESL Schools in Canada, giving you the opportunity to see what the schools looks like, as well as facts about the campus, courses, etc. Once you’ve completed your tour you can read the in-depth profile to get more detailed information, or click the Request FREE Info link to request specific information such as scholarships and financial aid directly from that institution.