Differences between Canadian colleges and universities

Posted by Jimmy Fryers

Apr 15, 2014 12:41:00 PM

I spent much of 2011 trawling the internet trying to find information about studying in Canada in 2012 and the differences between Canadian colleges and universities. I wanted to get a good qualification but I also wanted to minimise the number of years I was going to study and the amount it was going to cost me.  

This was a long and stressful year, and even though I did a lot of in-depth research,there was still huge knowledge gaps in the information, which led to me making several mistakes in the process.

I hope this article helps you to get the information you need to make the right decisions when planning to study overseas.

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Topics: Canadá, work and study

Business English: Interrupting in a meeting

Posted by Jimmy Fryers

Apr 10, 2014 5:31:00 PM

This blog gives you the English sentences you need to interrupt a speaker during a meeting. 

Everybody knows that interrupting somebody when they're talking can be rude.

However, sometimes it's necessary to ask questions in order to fully understand what the speaker is saying. If your first language is not English the speaker will likely be expecting you to ask more clarification questions, so you should be prepared to do it when needed. 

If you follow the polite sentences included in this article then you should be fine. 

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Topics: business English

The best counties to study English abroad

Posted by Livio Capalbo

Apr 10, 2014 2:15:00 PM

This annual ranking developed by Legatum Instutute is a great source of information to help you decide which are the best countries to study English abroad. Besides the overall ranking, it's important for international students to compare education, health, safety and security,

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Topics: Canadá, UK, Malta, Australia, South Africa, Ireland, USA, New Zealand, destinations

How the kind people of Vancouver helped me when I was hit by a car

Posted by Kei Akita

Apr 9, 2014 4:36:00 PM

I had a miracle experience. Oh my goodness- I was hit by a car!

On the weekend, I was walking on Main Street, which is close to my house, to go to the cafe. I had to cross the road so I made sure the light was green and kept walking.

Suddenly, there was the sound of the heavy braking and two cars crashed in front of me. After they crashed they didn't stop and kept coming towards me. I was so scared!

I tried to avoid them but one car hit my knee. Fortunately, the contact was light and I was only slightly hurt. In total three cars crashed.

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Topics: Canadá, vancouver, International Content Creators

Business English: How to ask questions in a business meeting

Posted by Jimmy Fryers

Apr 9, 2014 2:50:00 PM

In my last blog I talked about the vocabulary to use in a formal business meeting.

This blog post is a follow-up to that blog and discusses how to ask questions in a meeting. I also talk about how to handle and resond to questions that others ask to you. 



 If you're interested in more business English tips you can read other blog posts. 

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Topics: business English

Business English For Meetings

Posted by Jimmy Fryers

Apr 8, 2014 4:30:00 PM

A complete business English for meetings presentation. A great resource for those wanting to learn the basics of the language of international business meetings. 

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Topics: business English

A list of the best cities to study English

Posted by Jimmy Fryers

Apr 7, 2014 3:25:00 PM

Here is a list of some of the best places to study English abroad. There are so many posible destinations that it's very hard to decide which location will be best for you. You can read this previous blog post for more information about each country.  

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Topics: London, Australia, South Africa, USA, vancouver, destinations

Average cost of an English course for 1 month

Posted by Livio Capalbo

Apr 4, 2014 10:32:00 AM

How much does it cost to study English abroad? This interactive map shows the average cost of English courses for one month of study. 

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Topics: Travel, learning english, destinations

Resume template in English

Posted by Jimmy Fryers

Apr 3, 2014 12:15:00 PM

It can be difficult to write an English resume. This blog post includes a downloadable Word document resume template in English, which you can find below.

There is also advice about how to list your profile, work experience, education, contact details, and other relevant information. 

In a previous post we gave some resume tips, and this article will build on that information.


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Topics: business English, Resume

Meet our team

Posted by Livio Capalbo

Mar 31, 2014 5:27:00 PM

If you have any questions about studying English abroad, meet our team below and find out how to contact us to get all the information you need. 

We're dedicated to helping you make the best decisions and to get you the course you want in your ideal location anywhere in the English speaking world.

There are plenty of options and lots of information to help you, but if you want to talk to an actual person (or a dog) then we are available over the phone (+1-866-892-3759), on online chat, and via email to help you when you need us. 

We're based in Vancouver, Canada, so please feel free to come to the office and talk to us in person.  

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Topics: About us

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