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4 Public Speaking Tips for Students in English for Academic Purposes School

It can be scary to stand in front of a group of people and give a presentation. In fact, many native English speakers feel nervous speaking up in front of a crowd. How nervous? According to some statistics, people are more afraid of public speaking than they are of blizzards,…

Bishop’s and Brescia Partner Together, Creating New Opportunities for Students Who Want to Study English in Canada

Excited about the idea of studying at a Canadian University? For many international students, ESL programs like CultureWorks offer a smooth transition into university life. Not only do students get to learn English, but they also get to be right on a university campus and meet plenty of other students…

Canada Turns 150! 4 Ways to Celebrate When You Study English in Canada

2017 is a big year for Canada. In fact, it’s been named the top travel destination in the world by both The New York Times and Lonely Planet. Canada’s breathtaking natural beauty, fascinating historic sites, and busy cities have all helped to make it the top country to visit this…

4 Reasons to Enroll in a Canadian English as a Second Language School in 2017

Have you been dreaming of enrolling in an English program, but keep putting it off? 2017 is the perfect year to come to Canada and join the 1.75 billion people around the world who speak English. There’s a reason Canada was named the top place to go in 2017 by…

4 Fun Ways to Stay in Touch With Your Family While You Study English in Canada

There's lots to see and do when you study English in Canada, but you'll probably want to check in with your family sometimes, too. However, for many ESL students distance and different time zones can make that tricky. Fortunately, from computer applications to special gifts you can send, there are…

3 Great Note-Taking Tips to Use in English for Academic Purposes Courses

While learning English as a second language, you will learn plenty of new things as you develop your reading, writing, and grammar skills in English. You may also get the chance to take some elective courses in subjects that interest you as you prepare to attend a Canadian university. Taking…

4 Unusual Ottawa Attractions to Visit When You Study ESL for Carleton University

If you’re taking ESL courses because you want to attend Carleton University, you will have plenty of chances to explore Canada’s fun capital city of Ottawa. After you’ve seen all the usual attractions like the Parliament Buildings and Rideau Canal, you might be looking for something even more unique to…

3 Canadian Winter-Inspired Foods You Can Try at ESL School in Canada

Canada, the country of the great white north, welcomes diversity. We are a friendly multicultural country that appreciates all different cultures and traditions. In fact, Canada’s food selections are often inspired by the cuisines of other countries. We might even have recipes inspired by the cuisine from your home country!…

Taking English Courses for King’s University College? 3 Tips for Effective Writing in Business Classes

Do you consider yourself business savvy? Do you like making strategies and coming up with creative solutions? If so, business may be your perfect career choice. At CultureWorks we are partnered with universities like King’s University College, which offers programs in subjects like Global Commerce, Accounting, Economics, and more. That…

Is the Gateway Intensive English Program Right for You? 4 Ways to Find Out!

Are you looking for a way to develop your English skills from your home country? At CultureWorks we offer an online Gateway program, which lets you learn English from your own home. Although our traditional programs take place in classrooms and schools in Canada, the Gateway program lets you take…