Support for international students is an important part of Canadian schools and programs. Canada is made up of immigrants from all over the world, and Canadian education al institutions recognize that studying away from home can sometimes be confusing and lonely. Canadian high schools, colleges and universities offer many services and programs to help international students cope with whatever challenges they may face while studying in Canada. Support for international students will vary from institution to institution and may include
Guided city tours
Peer counselling, tutoring and mentoring
Orientation and transition programs on campus
Social events, such as parties, dinners, movie nights
Writing, language and conversation programs
International student centres and clubs
Country-specific student clubs
International student financial aid
Check with the school you plan to attend to see what specific programs are offered.
Sheldon-Williams Collegiate Regina Public Schools Regina, Saskatchewan Sheldon-Williams Collegiate has a long standing tradition in academics, arts and athletics. Sheldon-Williams is a grade 9-12 public secondary school ...
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