The Languages Canada
Saving Canada’s International Language Education Sector
Ensuring the Safety of Canadians and International Students
Canadians need to get back to work
Over 75% of Canada's accredited English and French programs risk permanent closure over the next 6 months. Even more will follow in 2021. To save them, we need to get back to work in a way that is safe for both Canadians and international students.
Canada needs international students
Language students are a critical component of Canada’s $22B/year international education sector. During their stay, these students explore our country and many of them go on to attend Canada’s colleges and universities, and ultimately decide to call Canada "home", making language education an essential part of the equation for meeting Canada’s labour force and immigration goals.
The Study Safe Corridor supports students and protects Canadians through every step of students’ study-in-Canada journey
Prior to travel, students are qualified and comply with the requirements for safe travel and mandatory quarantine upon arrival to Canada.
Arrangements are made for students’ safe travel and 14-day quarantine upon arrival. Students are monitored and supported throughout the duration of their mandatory quarantine.
Member schools provide an academic environment that adheres to the regulations and guidelines of the federal, provincial and local public health authorities.
Languages Canada is Canada’s national language education association representing more than 210 private and public members that offer accredited English and French programs. Read more about Languages Canada...
Languages Canada and BONARD revealed the results of the latest Annual Report on Language Education in Canada, which details the country’s performance in the year before the COVID-19 outbreak.
Languages Canada welcomes yesterday's announcement by Minister Marco Mendicino that IRCC will begin issuing conditional study permit acceptance to international students who, while in their home country, enroll in online programs with designated Canadian education institutions.
Facing financial ruin from COVID-19, language schools pitch plan to safely bring 40,000 students into Canada | CBC… https://t.co/THWiItvuBD