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Learn French in Canada

Take your French course in Canada and experience the country’s wild natural beauty. 

With huge forests, crystal clear lakes, towering mountains and rushing rivers, Canada has a whole range of beautiful landscapes to explore. The second largest country in the world is a fantastic destination for those who enjoy outdoor pursuits, with plenty of options for skiing, surfing, kayaking, trekking and much more. 

Canada also has some fascinating cities, known for their multicultural and friendly atmosphere. Creativity is an important part of these city’s personalities and you can find a whole range of arts festivals and museums, even in smaller towns.  

Canada has one of the highest standards of living in the world, making it a popular destination for students from all parts of the globe. Although much of Canada has English as a first language, French is the official language in Canada’s second largest province, Quebec. In this part of the country you will find an enchanting combination of European and North American culture that will provide an inspiring setting for your French course abroad.   


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Canada - Travel Guide

Find out about the required documentation for entry into your destination country. It is mandatory to have appropriate medical insurance during the entire duration of your stay abroad.

Consult your closest embassy about the entry requirements to the country or at Canada.gc.ca.

The security situation is subject to changes over time. We therefore recommend that you visit the website gov.uk or travel.state.gov for further information.

For general health information we recommend travelhealthpro.org.uk and fitfortravel.nhs.uk.

Currency: Canadian Dollar (CAD)

On the website numbeo you can find more information about the cost of living in Canada.

Voltage & Sockets
The voltage of 120 volts does not correspond to that of Western Europe. Many devices such as mobile phones and notebooks work with 100 - 240 volts and can either be switched or do this automatically. If this is not the case, you need a voltage converter. It's best to have a look at the user manual. An adapter is needed in any case, as the sockets are different from ours.

Fun facts
Did you know that the Canadian flag with the maple leaf has only been officially in use since February 15, 1965?

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