10 - 17
Duration of Stay
16 Days / 14 Nights
in most areas
Toronto, the capital of Ontario, is one of the most multicultural cities in the world and, to date, the most populated in Canada. It is the country’s industrial and financial centre and offers wonderful views of Lake Ontario. The symbol of Toronto is the CN TOWER, which is one of the tallest structures in the world, visible from every point of the city.
York University, founded in 1959, is Canada’s third-largest university. It has a shopping mall, a TV room for students and new and modern classrooms, equipped with interactive whiteboards.
The peculiarity of the school is the presence of the subway stop inside the campus that connects it directly to downtown Toronto in just 30 minutes.
The course includes 20 lessons per week of 45 minutes in standard classes of max 15 students, with lessons alternating between the morning and the afternoon.
Accommodation is provided in apartments comprising of two single rooms a bathroom and a small kitchen. The use of the kitchen is at the discretion of the centre management and in cases where it is allowed can only be used by group leaders. There is also a common room and laundry. On arrival, students must pay a security deposit of $ 100 required by the school. The deposit will be returned at the time of departure unless the college needs to deduct payment for reasons stated in the school regulations. The centre does not provide towels.
Facilities include a swimming pool, basketball courts.
Free Time and Activities
- 2 full day excursions:
Niagara Falls including a boat trip on the Maid of the Mist and Canada’s Wonderland.
- 6 half day excursions:
the CN Tower, the Distillery District Tour, the Royal Ontario Museum, Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada, Chinatown with Kensington Market and Casa Loma.
- Afternoon and evening activities
This programme may change for organisational reasons.
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