Choosing to study in the Canadian English-speaking provinces means discovering a rich and diverse culture.

Canada is a large, diverse and multicultural country that counts people from all over the world as Canadian citizens. Canada is the second largest country in the world geographically!

From metropolitan locations near major Canadian cities to smaller and more rural settings with tight-knit communities, we have a place for you!

Our schools provide many opportunities for students to develop their skills and leadership abilities through sports teams and after-school clubs.


  • Variety of extracurricular activities including sports clubs, yearbook, band, cheerleading, prom committee, dance troupe, math & science club, and student council among many others!
  • Placements are in small, friendly and safe communities
  • Global Choice provides continuous support along with arrival, mid-stay, and end of stay orientations.
  • Our partners provide dedicated local homestay coordinators available 24/7.

Our Programs

  • Ontario

    Bordered by Quebec to the east, Manitoba to the west, Hudson Bay and James Bay to the north, and the St. Lawrence River and the Great Lakes to the south, Ontario is Canada's second largest province - an area larger than France and Spain combined.

    Its multiculturalism and the richness and diversity of its landscapes make it a great place to live, and definitely worth a visit.

    Upper Canada - Eastern Ontario
    Windsor Essex
    Lambton Kent - Southern Ontario

  • Newfoundland & Labrador

    A land of rich history and natural wonders, it's the perfect place to immerse yourself in a vibrant culture and discover the most incredible landscapes you've ever seen.

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  • Alberta

    Located in western Canada, Alberta is bordered by the famous Rocky Mountains to the west, vast prairies to the east, the Northwest Territories to the north and the American state of Montana to the south.

    Alberta is home to an extremely rich and protected fauna and flora, recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site

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  • Manitoba

    In the heart of Canada, on the ancestral territories of The First Nations, Inuit and Métis, you will have the opportunity to admire and explore the wide open spaces, the breathtaking landscapes and the deep cultural roots that will make your exchange so memorable.

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  • Kamloops

    Kamloops is the second largest city in the interior of British Columbia with over 100 lakes within easy reach. Kamloops has a semi-arid climate, has a population of 90,000 and is located in south-central interior British Columbia.

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  • Kingston

    Kingston, Ontario is a medium-sized city that has a population of 125,000 residents, and is located halfway between Montreal and Toronto on the St. Lawrence river. Kingston is a heritage city with lots of history that is home to Queens University and the Royal Military College. Kingston is a friendly town that is wel- coming to newcomers which makes it an ideal place for international students!

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