Every year we have hundreds of students come and study here at GEOS Toronto. Every student brings his or her own unique personality and contribution to the school and we love them all. However, sometimes we get a student so impressive we just can’t help but share their story!
Spending time abroad is a wonderful experience and there are endless ways for travellers to learn about a new culture and language. In this article, we've outlined 10 different things you can do while abroad to develop new skills and to create new opportunities for yourself!
Ten years ago, GEOS was an education giant with schools and operations on 4 continents and thousands of students studying in their classrooms. Then, the Japanese economic downturn and the actions of the Australian regulatory system forced the company into bankruptcy. It made for some very uncertain times for GEOS, as agents and student waited to see what would happen.
Travelling abroad can be exciting. Places to go, people to meet, and food to eat! Each country has its own unique lifestyle for you to immerse yourself in. Why not immerse yourself in a place that has more cultures to offer than you could ever dream of! Toronto is often considered to be the most diverse city in the world!
Travelling abroad as an international student has been a growing trend in the past few years and for good reason. Who doesn’t like the idea of going on vacation disguised as school? It sounds like a great idea but there’s a lot that goes into planning a language program abroad. Aside from getting your visa and booking your flight, you want to pick the right program that matches your goals.
When learning a new language, it’s important to study hard and practice using it. It’s also important to make the most of your time by studying effectively. But what does it mean to be effective and how should you practice optimally? So here it is! The most important thing about learning a new language is to be open minded while staying focused.