Alicia Garcia’s new home Vancouver!

In 2005 I was given a gift that changed my life. Totally and absolutely unexpected I was invited on a trip which I still remember with special happiness and affection.

Some of my aunts, uncles and cousins had been planning a trip for several months. They were thinking about different destinations and noted down places according to whether they had the time and money to go there.   I, at that time, was an university student and no I couldn’t even consider joining them. You know… part time job, student life…. I couldn’t afford such a big trip!

But maybe it was the destiny or, who knows? But what happened was that at the last minute one of my uncles could not go on the trip. Since all the tickets and reservations were already paid for, my very very generous family decided to pay the difference and changed the name on the reservation. I still remember the immense sense of happiness I felt when they told me the news! Read more

Co-op (Study + Work) program is still AVAILABLE! – Even better with off campus work permit and High Intermediate English Requirement

Working Abroad in Canada

Effective June 2014, the second major change under the new student visa regulations in Canada is with respect to opportunities for international students to work in Canada during their studies. Under the new regulations, all international students with a Canadian study permit will now be automatically authorized to work off-campus for up to 20 hours per week during the academic session and full-time during scheduled breaks without the need to apply for a separate work permit. Read more

English plus Snow Experience – UvanU Intercâmbio

Snow experience in Canada

Vancouver, Canada hosted the 2010 Winter Olympics at the world-class ski resort of Whistler Blackcomb Mountain. It is located about two hours from Vancouver, and you can have the winter adventure of a lifetime on these legendary slopes. Read more

English plus Curling Experience Program – UvanU Intercâmbio

You probably have never heard about this sport before. It is a sport in which players slide stones on a sheet of ice towards a target area (segmented into four concentric rings). It begins with a player sliding a stone down a path while two sweepers use their brooms to alter the speed and direction of the stone. This sport is called “CURLING,” also known as, “CHESS on ICE” which is a game full of strategy and teamwork. Read more

2014 Annual Korean Bowling Competition

Do you want to have fun with your friends and meet new people? This is your event, join us!! This is the first year that the Annual Korean Bowling Competition is open to all nationalities. Read more

Curling 2013-2014

IELTS for busy people

IELTS for busy people

IELTS for busy people

Now, there is no excuse to prepare your IELTS while working in Vancouver, Canada

Special offer for Working Holiday Visa holders and people who want to prepare the IELTS in Vancouver, Canada.

IELTS General Evening from 6pm to 8pm, Monday, Wednesday and Friday

4 weeks Regular price $̶7̶0̶0̶ | UvanU price $575
8 weeks Regular price $̶1̶,̶1̶6̶0̶ | UvanU price $920
12 weeks Regular price $̶1̶,̶5̶2̶0̶ | UvanU price $1,190

IELTS Academic only on Saturday from 10am to 3:40pm

12 weeks Regular price $̶1̶,̶5̶7̶0̶ | UvanU price $1240

Registration and Material Fee Included.

After the placement test the applicant can start the course every Monday if it’s available.

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FDU-Vancouver tuition fee and scholarships

Freshmen + Transfer Students Freshmen
    Students with average C+ to A+ SAT score + Essay
 *Conditions applied Minimum Scholarship

Regular Scholarships

Based on Grades or GPA

Global Scholarships

Based on SAT score

Regular Rate 15% 25% 35% 50% 65% 75%
Per Credit $695 $590 $521 $451 $347 $243 $173

Per Semester

12 credits

$8,340 $7,080 $6,252 $5,412 $4,164 $2,916 $2,076

Per 1 Year

30 credits

$20,850 $17,700 $15,630 $13,530 $10,410 $7,290 $5,190
Total120 credits $83,400 $70,800 $62,520 $54,120 $41,640 $29,160 $20,760

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1. Minimum Scholarship of 15% will be given to all students

2. 25% to 50% of Scholarships will be decided based on school grades or GPA

3. Scholarships over 50% will be considered for students who have taken SAT test

For 65-75% scholarship, FDU reviews combined score of Critical Reading and Math part of SAT

From total out of 1600, students have to get over 1100 for maximum 65% and over 1200 for maximum 75% scholarship

4. Tuition rate subject to change without notice

 

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Canada Day 2014

Happy Canada Day! Canada is turning 147, is not amazing?

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A good place to watch the fireworks is Stanley Park, where are you going to watch it?

Fireworks Downtown Vancouver 2013 from Alberto Marín on Vimeo.

Tourism and Hospitality Management Program

Tourism is a trillion-dollar global business that sees tourists spending $3 billion a day—that’s $2 million a minute! This industry accounts for one in every 12 jobs worldwide, and has become one of the world’s fastest-growing industries.
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