• College Campus

    Large private college in Vancouver Downtown with its unique and renovated classrooms, with a capacity of 400 students in total. Classrooms are located on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th floor, with offices on the 4th floor and a large rooftop garden on the 5th floor.
  • Pathway to Canadian Colleges & Universities

    Canadian College of English Language students can transfer to several internationally recognized colleges and universities through the EAP pathway. Including: Canadian College, University of Alberta, Emily Carr, University of Lethbridge, New Image College, Thompson Rivers University...

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  • On Campus Job Placement

    There are two full time employment placement staff on the 4th floor to assist students in finding paid co-op's.
  • Computer Labs & Wireless

    The Campus has high speed wireless internet free of charge.
  • Student Residence

    Many students choose to live in our student residence/apartments because it's a 5 minute walk to the Canadian College of English Language and it is a great place to meet other students from around the world.

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  • On Campus Restaurant

    Students staying in our residence have an included meal plan on campus at eh! Restaurant. This includes breakfast and a hot or cold lunch from Monday to Friday. (Residence students must pre-pay 3+ months to receive free lunches.)

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  • Support Staff Office

    The Canadian College has 15 staff + 25-30 teachers (some of the languages covered: Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, French, Japanese, Korean, Chinese, Arabic, Polish, Russian, German, Turkish, etc)

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  • Student Activity Program

    The full time activities coordinator has spent many years organizing activities for international audiences. Each week there is a tourism, sport, and educational activity. Also there is a free activity, one that is under $10, and some that cost more money.

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  • SMRT Curriculum

    SMRT is a fully digital, web-based curriculum created solely by our instructors for our students, it is a powerful learning tool and communication medium, drawing from such resources as YouTube, TED, Wikipedia, Blogs, and Google Apps.

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  • Paid Co-op, Study/Work

    As students return to their home country, the combination of a Western diploma and co-op is not only a competitive advantage, but allows students the opportunity to understand and experience the cultural and business nuances that can only be gained from hands-on experience.

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  • Conveniently Located

    Nearby Coffee/Light Snack Shops; Convenience Stores; Indoor Gym/Sports Facilities; Restaurants; Drug Store; Gift Shops; Park; Beaches; Excellent Hotels etc.

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  • Green Initiative

    The Canadian College staff are continuously coming up with new ideas on how to make the classroom more environmentally friendly. CCEL has gone completely paperless by creating "smrt" a fully digital, web-based curriculum.