Canada’s education is one of the best in the world, according to a report by the Conference Board of Canada (CBC).
In the study, Canada was compared with 16 other developed countries. In the end, the CBC gave Canada an “A” for its Education and Skills, second only to Finland.
Canada regularly scores well in the area of high school and college programs, which are increasingly popular among ILAC students who first come to Canada to learn English.
ILAC has pathway agreements with over 50 universities and colleges in Canada, making it easy for international students to enter a post secondary education institution after studying English at ILAC.
In addition to the ILAC Academic Pathway Program, ILAC now offers a joint high school program with Blyth Academy. Students gain real life experience in the Canadian education system studying alongside native English speakers. Upon completion ILAC students receive an Ontario High School Diploma and are eligible to apply to college or university as a Canadian high school graduate.
See ILAC’s Academic Pathway Program partners in Canada.
Source: The Epoch Times, April 4-10, 2013.