Want to Study English in Canada? Why it Was Voted 2017’s #1 Destination by The New York Times
This year, The New York Times rated Canada the number one place to visit in the world. There are many different reasons why Canada is the country to visit this year. From beautiful parks, friendly cities, and plenty of sites to see, it’s the ideal place for international students looking for an unforgettable experience.
If you study English in Canada, you can enjoy all that this country has to offer while you learn your second language. Here is a closer look at why Canada is this year’s top destination.
It’s Canada’s 150th Birthday, Making This a Great Time to Study English in Canada
This year is Canada’s 150th birthday, and there will be many celebrations all over the country. On July 1st, which is Canada Day, there will be fireworks and parades in many cities as well as in Ottawa, Canada’s capital city. However, that won’t be the only time that Canada celebrates its birthday. There are plenty of events and activities planned for the whole year! You can see concerts, enjoy festivals, and see many interesting exhibits while you study English in Canada.
You can learn a lot about a culture and its language by interacting with people in a social setting. With so many different social activities happening across Canada in 2017, it’s the perfect place to attend ESL school, make new friends from all over the world, and learn English while having fun!
The Canadian Dollar Is Weak, Making ESL School in Canada More Affordable Than Ever
Living and studying abroad can be an unforgettable experience, but it is also a big investment. Fortunately, this year the value of the Canadian Dollar has decreased. In fact, one Canadian Dollar is currently equal to about 75 cents American. As a result, students who want to study English can get a wonderful experience that is also less expensive than in many other English-speaking countries.
This can help you pay for tuition and can also help you travel around Canada in your free time. If you want to get a lot of value for your money, you might want to study English in Canada in 2017.
All of Canada’s Historic Sites Are Free to Visit in 2017
Canada is a young country, but it still has a lot of history. For 2017, passes to visit all of Canada’s official historic sites are free. If you think it would be interesting to learn about Canadian history, this is a nice reason to pick Canada as the place to study English. There are historic sites all over Canada like the Rideau Canal in Ottawa, Fort Henry in Kingston, and much more! Pick somewhere close, or use some free time to visit one far away!
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