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Degrees, career, and university transfer programs that you can study at Douglas College.

At Douglas College, developing your career means to love what you do, and be good at it. If you want to achieve your professional dreams by strengthening your best skills, read on. Read more

Whistler Adventure School

Whistler Adventure School (WAS) is a private college certified and accredited by the government of British Columbia that teaches Co-op training programs in the areas of Rock Climbing, Ski / Snowboard, Alpine Guide, Bike Guide, Adventure Tourism, Bike Mechanics Design & Innovation, ESL, Marketing & Media, and Retail and Manufacturing. Read more

Here’s some good reasons to study at Eurocentres Vancouver!

Eurocentres Vancouver is an English School located in the heart of Vancouver, BC, which provides an excellent education to its students since 1990. Eurocentres has education centers in Canada (Vancouver and Toronto) and U.S. (San Diego). Read more

Extreme Activities in British Columbia.

You chose to come to Canada … Now what? ….. It’s time to have fun!!

If you enjoy extreme activities and sports, read on!

In this post, we will outline the most popular adventure and extreme activities in British Columbia. 3 … .2 …… 1…. Jump! Read more

Early Childhood Education Program at Sprott Shaw College

If your passion is the education and care of the little ones, the Early Childhood Education Basic program of Sprott Shaw College  Vancouver will provide you the necessary skills to be a successful professional in the industry.

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Customer Service at Greystone College

Would you like to work directly with the client? The Co-op Diploma in Customer Service by Greystone College will help you develop the necessary skills that will open the door to your professional career. Read more

Northern Lights in Canada.

If you are living in Canada or planning to visit soon, you certainly think about its wonderful and fascinating nature. Immense forests, mountains, ocean, wildlife, lots of snow, sun, rain, cold, bears, reindeer, orcas, loonies, wild salmon, beavers, skunks, squirrels, raccoons, the maple leaf, and of course, the Aurora Borealis (or Northern Lights). Read more

Study for a Web and Mobile Application Development Co-op Diploma at the Cornerstone.

Cornerstone International Community College of Canada gives you the opportunity to study a Web and Mobile Application Development Program. This Diploma includes a 24-month training period with 10 theoretical study courses, lasting about 12 months and afterward, 12 months of cooperative work experience. The language used in this program is English. Read more

Creativity, Inspiration and Innovation Seminar.

Join the free Seminar of Creativity, Inspiration and Innovation taught by Diego Ruiz Sanchez and with the collaboration of ActitudCreativa and HandStar Show 

This event will be held at the Uvanu International facilities next Thursday, February 1 at 4:30 p.m. Read more

Compass card on TransLink.

Compass Card on TransLink is the transport card used in Vancouver, BC, to move from one place to another. If you are going to study in the city (or its surroundings) you need to know how it works. Read more