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INTERNATIONAL SEMESTER COURSES
COURSE IN VANCOUVER

COURSE INFORMATION

Level
A1 (Elementary) +

Course Duration
24+ weeks

Lessons per week
20 AM, 20 PM or 28

Maximum in class
12 (average 9)

Start Dates
Every Monday

Lesson length
1 lesson = 50 minutes

St Giles Vancouver offers the International Semester Course to students wishing to experience Canadian life and study General English for 6 months or longer. Additional modules also available at St Giles Vancouver are: Cambridge English, IELTS, TOEFL or TOEIC exam preparation, and English for Business.

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International Semester Course

VANCOUVER LOCATION

All students taking an International Semester course at St Giles Vancouver can take advantage of the following facilities:

  • Self-Access Study Centre
  • Student computers & free Wi-Fi
  • Student Café
  • Library & student bookshop
  • Interactive whiteboards in most classrooms

St Giles Vancouver is the perfect choice for students looking to take an International Semester Course in a small and welcoming environment. The school is centrally located in Vancouver’s business district, close to the main shopping and entertainment areas, as well as the city’s parks and beaches. St Giles Vancouver offers students a personal learning experience in the beautiful and vibrant city.


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Course Objectives

After you take a International Semester Courses at St Giles Vancouver, you should:

"Teachers are informative and experienced, so I can highly expect to improve English skill. People in St. Giles are nice and friendly. Therefore I enjoyed my school life. A lot of social activities helped me to understand Canada and Canadian culture. Thanks for everything!"

Kenta , Japan