CCEL Smrt Curriculum

CCEL Smrt Curriculum

The Smrt Curriculum engages the students by using several online resources. Including: Google Drive, YouTube, TED Talks, MSN News, Dictionary.com, Thesaurus.com, Wikipedia, Facebook, Twitter etc. Smrt Curriculum

CCEL in Perspective

CCEL in Perspective

CCEL has had over 30,000 students graduate from its programs during its 20 years of operation.

Student Residence

Student Residence

The apartments are located in downtown Vancouver, next to world famous Stanley Park and is on trendy Robson Street, fantastic restaurants, interesting shops and quaint boutiques. Student Residence

Homestay

Homestay

Enjoy the Canadian lifestyle living with a Canadian homestay family in Vancouver. Homestay

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English Courses

Intensive English courses covering all aspects of communication in English, including conversation, reading, and writing. Intended as preparation for academic studies, careers, or travel. more...

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Canadian College Campus

Kampus

Large private college in Vancouver Downtown with its unique and renovated classrooms, with a capacity of 300 students in total. Classrooms are located on the 2nd floor and offices on the 4th floor. Large rooftop garden on the 5th floor.
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Canadian College Student Residence

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.
Student Residence
eh! Restaurant

eh! Restaurant

eh! restaurant is located on the 2nd floor of the Canadian College of English Language campus and is catered to international students. Students staying in the residence receive free lunch if they book for more than 3 months.
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