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Peter Bio

Team member: Peter   Who is Peter? Peter graduated from Paris Pantheon-Assas university, one of the best schools in France and is currently studying Marketing at George Brown College, Toronto. He loves to learn more about different cultures and speaking different languages. Helping more students to find their dream schools and providing the best education service are his goals. 1. Where you have travelled? Aside from my home country Vietnam, I have been to some countries in South East Asia such as Thailand, Singapore and Malaysia. I also have a couple years living in France so I had a chance to visit some countries in Europe like U.K, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Netherlands and etc. Canada is the first North American country that I have been to. Hopefully I can go to more countries in future! 2. What do you like the most about Canada? Canada is on the top 10 list of happiest countries in the world and in the forefront of social progress index for good reason. The country’s long history of diversity, civil liberties and openness to foreign nationals have a lot to do with it. Especially Toronto, the city where I am living, is very international. We have people coming from all over the world so it is pretty convenient for a wanderlust guy like me to discover the culture of different communities. Also because of multi-culturalism, I can experience different kinds of festivals in one city. 3. Why do you like working at AdmissionHub? Working for Admission Hub gives me the opportunity to travel around Canada and visit different schools like BCIT and Thompson Rivers University. It also grants me great satisfaction helping international students succeed in Toronto. 4. Why should students choose us? Our staff have helped so many students in the world gain entrance into their dream schools with no fees charged at all! We strongly believe students’ success is our success. 5. What do you want to accomplish in the next 2 years? Bringing more students to this amazing country!  

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GEOS (English)

    GEOS LANGUAGES PLUS  Geos · Language Plus  59 Adelaide St East, Toronto King on foot 4 minutes416-599-2120 http://www.geostoronto.com Establishment 1996 The number of students 120 (summer) 50 (winter) Number of instructors 4  Number of classrooms 6 1 class number of people Average 10  maximum 15  Japanese staff ○ Nationality ratio Japan Korea Asia Arab Latin America Europe Canada Other summer 20% 10% 15% 20% 15% 20% 0% 0% winter 25% 5% 5% 25% 20% 20% 0% 0% School facilities · Lounge · Kitchen · Refrigerator · Microwave · Kitchen · Vending machine · PC (4 units) · Wi-Fi course · Basic English (ESL) Levels 1-6 · Business English · TOEFL · IELTS · EAI etc … Learn English in an multinational environment in a small class GEOS Language Plus is a diverse global school and with numerous campuses not only in Canada but also in Europe and united States.  GEOS employs a homeroom teaching system, and once a month, the level of English is measured through one-on-one counseling with the teacher and is in order to identify what needs to be improved. All the staff of GEOS are TESL certified, and are known for their enthusiastic guidance according to the needs of the students. Through monthly level tests, presentations and counseling, each student’s level of proficiency is measured in detail, and support system for each student is in place. In the GEOS Toronto school, the original teaching materials are used. Students can comprehensively learn learn various English skills in the morning, and undertake the fundamentals of English and practical English conversation training through active learning in the afternoon. Other elective courses include, TOEFL, pronunciation, and Writing, and special English courses for students who are in Canada for working holiday, and special English courses for short-term travelers. Thus, GEOS offers a wide range of courses to meet students’ needs.  Extracurricular activities are held almost every day, and in addition to activities such as CN Tower, museums, and movie appreciation, free English classes are also offered, so you can spend fulfilling leisure time after school. Every Friday, it has camping in summer, ski and field trip in winter, study group to learn about the nature and environment of Canada, so you can learn not only English but also deepen knowledge about Canada. GEOS Toronto is in a very convenient location in the financial district, a 1-minute walk to downtown Toronto, King’s Underground Station and a 3-minute.....

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Student review (Mexico & Korea Taiwan)

Admission Hub Student Review – France 【Country】: France 【Canada 】: Toronto 【School】:  Language Gallery 【Future Plan】: My name is Ansell and I am from France. I have been in Canada for 6 months. A few months ago my working holiday visa was about to expire and I was trying to find a way to stay in Canada. I was pretty flustered at that time because I didn’t know what to do. I really needed someone to offer me suggestions as what the best way was to doing that. A friend of mine referred me to Admission Hub because she had a similar problem and they offered her helpful advice that allowed her to extend her stay. So I decided to give it a try. Their office is in Downtown Toronto, not too far away from Bathurst Station. When I went to their office, their Admission Adviser, Dylan, took the time to understand my situation and presented different options to me and explained different pros and cons of attending each program. At the end I chose IBT college because they allow me get a work permit, so now I can stay in Canada another year to work and study English. IBT is a career college that specializes in different work and study options in Toronto. I had the wonderful opportunity to meet many classmates from all over the world such as Japan, Korea, Brazil and Taiwan. The teachers there are very attentive and are always there when I need any help. Finally I want to say thank you to Dylan for helping me gain admission to the school and the VISA specialist’s hard work in getting my application approved!   Ansell   2018, March 5th         Admission Hub Student  Review – Taiwan 【Country】: Taiwan 【Canada 】: Toronto [School]: GEOS [Future Plan]: Public Seneca College, Toronto I first studied ESL at a Canadian college in a remote town when I arrived in Canada. The ESL program in the school was not as I expected. My progress was very slow, the class wasn’t very engaging and I was considering on switching schools and moving to a more populated city. I wanted to go to a school in Toronto, but there are so many schools in Toronto that I had no idea where to get started. On top of that, the cost of living in Toronto is very high so I needed something that.....

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7 Reasons Why Canadian Immigrants Are Rejected

7 Reasons Why Canadian Immigrants Are Rejected Canada receive about 250,000 new immigrants each year, but there are also thousands of applicants who have been rejected for various reasons. (From the Department of Immigration website) Hundreds of thousands of people apply for Canadian immigration each year, but at the same time, tens of thousands of applicants have been rejected. According to statistics, there are seven main reasons for rejection, such as misrepresentation or health factors, but sometimes they are only misleading, undocumented, or sent to the wrong category. Some of the avoidable negligences cannot be ignored by the applicant. Canada is one of the major immigrant countries in the world. It attracts hundreds of thousands of people each year through various types of immigration. However, at the same time, many people have been rejected and have lost their dreams. Immigration lawyer David Cohen stated that there are many reasons for the rejection of immigration applications, but there are mainly the following seven: I. The Statement Is Not True Although at first glance it may seem that the applicant has deliberately concealed or falsified certain information, it may sometimes be that the applicant misrepresented the question on the form, omitted the data item in the form, or misunderstood the indication when completing the form. As a result, these are preventable errors. If it is found to be “false,” not only is the application rejected, it may be sentenced not to apply again within two years (Quebec immigrants are five years old). Second, health factors All immigration applicants and accompanying relatives are required to pass medical examinations to confirm that their health will not be a burden on the Canadian health care system. The above medical examinations must be performed by a physician appointed by the Ministry of Immigration. Once a member of the family has a medical examination, the family’s application is not required. The case may be rejected. For example, patients with diabetes or Hepatitis A who need medical treatment may be rejected by immigration officials as a burden on the health care system. To avoid such a result, sometimes a specialist doctor’s report on the condition of the applicant will help avoid re-doing medical examinations, delays or refusals. III. Criminal Records All applicants must submit proof of a criminal record that has been inhabited for more than six months after the age of 18 in order to ensure that new arrivals will not be.....

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The 36 Things That Authentic Canadians Do!

 1. Often forget to lock the door (for four reasons: good security; no money at home; no hidden money under the bed; property insurance). 2. Cash in the wallet does not exceed 50 Canadian dollars (one is poor; the second is the development of electronic finance, as small as a grocery store, as far as the village can swipe; third is the use of credit cards to pay after the first consumer). 3. Buy lottery weekly dream award (because in addition to buy lottery tickets have the opportunity to make a fortune, what can not make a fortune, and no gray income, even when the civil service), the more the elderly love to buy lottery tickets (buy a dream, figure a music). 4. At least two accountants are to be seen each year. The first is to pay taxes and the second is to consult how to pay less. 5. Drink coffee every day, favorite Tim Hortons (local Canadian brand coffee). 6. If you meet 4 Canadians, there must be 1 single, 1 divorced child, 1 cohabiting partner (the opposite sex, but also the same sex), 1 marriage with 2 children, but they each have at least one dog or cat. 7, Go out without umbrellas, paper towels; summer inflammation is not an umbrella shade. 8. Always stand on the right side of the escalator (left to the impatient rusher). 9. Living in a high-rise building will cause insomnia (Canada is a large rural area, where are short and short, and are not used to it). 10. Line up, never cut the line. 11. Drive compliance, even when late at night when no one has to wait for traffic lights. When you get on the bus, you can find a seat belt system, whether it is driving or riding. 12. Classified garbage (recyclable, non-recyclable, batteries, waste electrical appliances, etc.), whether in public or at home. 13. When entering or exiting the gates of shopping malls or office buildings, we went back and checked if anyone came. Someone would wait and wait. 14. Go to work in the office, in the classroom like to eat snacks. 15. Don’t buy 80-cad clothes which has 50% discount, but 800-Cad Iphone. 16. Particularly stingy, even if the old cutlery also reluctant to throw, clean up and sell or give away, a day of hard work is not enough to buy a pizza. 17. Send gifts.....

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RCIIS(English)

    Royal Canadian Institute of International Studies (RCIIS )  # 200, 1992 Yonge St, Toronto, ON M4S 1Z7 Davisville walk 3 minutes  416-222-5328Http: // Www. rciis.ca Establishment 1999 The number of students 90 in summer 80 in winter Number of instructors 15 people Number of classrooms 15 classes 1 class number of people Average 8 people maximum 12 people Nationality ratio Japan Korea Asia Arab Latin America Europe Canada Other summer 35% 35% Five% 0% twenty five% 0% 0% 0% winter 35% 35% Five% 0% twenty five% 0% 0% 0% School facilities · Lounge · PC Lounge · Kitchen · Refrigerator · Microwave · Shops · PC (3 units) · Wi-Fi course · Basic English (ESL) / Power Speaking / EAP total level 1-8 · STAR (pronunciation correction) · Grammar · Writing · Vocabulary · Speaking · IELTS · Business English · Cafe English · RCIIS Night School  School Promotion  Free quotation  LINE consultation Royal Canadian Institute of International Studies (RCIIS) , a popular school for specialized courses, is a practical and business and speaking specialty school that is acclaimed in the quality of lecturers in Uptown Toronto. The motto of RCIIS is “Learning by Doing – Practice is All”. Through role play, discussion, presentation and extracurricular lesson in class, what you learned is sure to be output and practiced in style. The popularity point of RCIIS is the high quality of the lecturers. ISP (International Student Program), Languages ​​Canada approved, has the best quality instructors in Toronto. Especially business lecturers have experience in teaching business to senior manager class in North America, and from experience and knowledge, we can learn in real time what is happening in North American business society. In addition to having more than 10 years of experience as a business trainer, they are experts in teaching, having TESL certification and abundant experiences as English lecturers. We are grasping the strengths and weaknesses of the Japanese, and since we are developing classes in small classes, we will guide each and every one enthusiastically. As a course to train conversation skills necessary for everyday life and knowledge necessary for conversation, it is a course to train not only deepen knowledge but also steadily cultivate conversation skills, and this course is also popular The degree is high. RCIIS offers a wide range of course settings including general English courses for beginners in English, Power Speaking courses specialized in speaking, pronunciation correction courses, practical cafe English and.....

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ILAC (English)

    International Language Academy of Canada (ILAC) 920 Yonge St, 4 th Floor, Toronto Bloor-Yonge 7 minutes on foot 416-961-5151 http://www.ilac.com Establishment 1997 Number of students 2,000 (summer)    1,500 (winter) Number of instructors 100  Number of classrooms 100  Number of students per class Average 13    Maximum 17   staff Yes Nationality Ratio Japan Korea Asia Arab Latin America Europe Other Summer 16% 14% 7% Ten% 30% 14% 9% Winter 11% 13% Four% 14% 34% 13% 11% School facilities · Lounge · Microwave oven · Vending machine · Activity information center · Advancement consultation window · PC (100 units or more) · Wi-Fi course · Basic English (ESL) Level 1-17 · Speaking · Business English · TOEFL · IELTS · Cambridge · TESOL · UPP · University Preparation Course · Night Course · IELTS Official Examination Site  School Promotion  Free quotation  LINE consultation One of the most popular language schools in Canada International Language Academy of Canada (ILAC) is an international language school with students from over 75 countries. ILAC keeps each nationality below 30% to maintain diverse learning space. A variety of programs satisfy needs of students from beginner’s to advanced level, and ILAC helps students enrich learning experience through seamless support system and extracurricular activities. ILAC ‘s ESL program is divided into 17 levels, and we can respond to a wide range of students from beginner to advanced level. It also offers specialized programs such as University Pathway Program, IELTS and TOEFL, test preparation courses such as Cambridge, English teacher course, GAP Year program at affiliated colleges. General English program which can be chosen from two courses, Intensive English and Power English, is especially popular among working holiday students.  In ILAC, counselors from all over the world correspond to the native languages of more than 90% of the students. Its extensive support system helps you stress-free study abroad life. Thus, ILAC is a school where beginner of English study can attend without frustration. In addition, English Only Policy at ILAC offers a leaning environment where students are encourages each other to speak and learn English both inside and outside the classroom.  Extracurricular activities are also an substantial part of ILAC, and sports tournament and sightseeing events are organized almost every day. Take advantage of these opportunities and make multinational friends outside your classroom!  ILAC Toronto has a total of 4 campuses in the heart of downtown. Both school buildings are close to Bloor-Yonge and Bay subway stations, so you can enjoy shopping, dining and musicals.....