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  • Summer Day Camp | HLIC

    Summer Day Camp 2024 Register Now Join HLIC in Halifax, Nova Scotia for exciting 2-week camps designed for kids aged 5 to 12. Our programs offer a mix of educational and fun activities including field trips, sports, coding, arts and crafts, and more. Build social skills and make new friends while exploring the beauty of Halifax. Sign up today for an unforgettable camp experience! Campers must have completed kindergarten to participate (are entering grade 1). Students older than 12 who are entering grade 6 in September 2024 are welcome to participate. Each camp lasts 2 weeks and takes place Monday to Friday, 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Registration Open Camp 1 Camp 2 Camp 3 Camp 4 May 27, 2024 July 1 - 12 July 15 - 26 July 29 - August 9 August 12 - 23 Hours Days Cost 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Monday - Friday $300 per week Activities Make memories this summer with plenty of outdoor playtime, excursions and skill-building activities. Outdoor Day Trips may include (weather dependant): Visit to the Halifax Public Gardens : Nature walks, plant identification, and picnic. Historical Adventure at Citadel Hill Outdoor Sports at the Halifax Commons Nature Walks in Point Pleasant Park Canoeing & kayaking at Shubie Park Visiting Local Events* such as the Halifax Buskers (DATE), Natal Day Activities and more! Halifax Boardwalk Scavenger Hunt ​ Indoor activities may include: Introduction to computer coding for kids! Arts & Crafts Theatre and Acting practice A day of play at Halifax Discovery Center

  • Host Application | HLIC

    Hosts Appy Homestay Host Application Please complete the following profile and application form. The profile will be used by HLIC for matching host families and students. It will also be provided to students and their parents to approve a homestay. The application form is for HLIC use and will not be distributed. Note: All individuals living in the homestay family home who are 18 years of age or older must provide a recent Criminal Record Check which includes consent for working with children, at the time of submitting this application. ​ Do not close or refresh browser while completing form. Homestay Family Profile Host(s) Last Name: Home Phone: Home Address (including city and postal code) Host (Person 1) First Name: Host (Person 1) Age: Occupation & Employer (Person 1): Cell Phone (Person 1): Work Phone (Person 1): Email (Person 1): Host (Person 2) First Name: Host (Person 2) Age: Occupation & Employer (Person 2): Cell Phone (Person 2): Work Phone (Person 2): Email (Person 2): Please list all children under the age of 18 living in your home [Name, relationship to host (son, granddaughter, etc.) and age] Please list all other persons over the age of 18 living in your home [Name, relationship to host (son, granddaughter, etc.) and age] About Your Home How many bedrooms are in your home? 1 2 3+ Will your student have a private bedroom? Yes No If no, with whom will they have to share a bedroom (age, nationality, gender)? How many bathrooms are in your home? 1 2 3+ Who will be sharing the bathroom with your homestay student? Do you haves good Wi-Fi access and a printer? Yes No Can you provide access to laundry so that the student can do it on their own? Yes No Do any member of the family smoke? Yes No If yes, do they smoke indoors? Yes No Do you have pets in your home? Yes No Tell us about the pets living in your home (type of animal, name) Homestay Experience How many students can you accommodate overall? Have you hosted an international student before? Yes No If you have hosted a student before, what country were they from and for how long did they stay? Will someone be home to receive the students when they return from school? If so, who? Would you describe your home as an active household or quiet household? What activities do you and your family enjoy that you would be willing to include your international student in? Please list any community groups or organizations you are involved with (cultural, social, sports) Does your family practice a religion? Yes No If yes, which one? Include denomination if applicable. Does your family attend a religious gathering frequently? Yes No Do you expect your student to attend your religious gathrings? Yes No Does your belief system restrict you from providing for religious or cultural traditions other than your own? Are you able and/or willing to provide students with transportation to attend their cultural, religious or social events? Yes No How do you feel an international student would benefit from living with your family? What do you hope to gain from the experience of having an international student live with your family? What are the basic rules for teenagers in your home? What are the basic rules for adults in your home? How particular are you about housekeeping being done a certain way: Very Somewhat Not Very Not at all What household duties or chores will you expect your student to complete? Briefly describe your neighborhood and commute distance/procedure to our school: Homestay Preference Requests Some international students have specific dietary requirements (i.e. Vegetarian, Halal, Kosher, chicken only, no beef, no pork, no milk, no wheat, etc.) Can you respect and meet any dietary requirements? Yes No Do you have a gender preference in accepting international students in your home? If yes, please specify. Do you have an age range preference in accepting international students in your home? If yes, please specify. Please select the placement options that work best for your family (you can select more than one): Short Term (one semester or less) Long Term (full year with potential for multi years) Relief (homestay family will be away for a short time) In case of emergencies When are your able to accept an international student? Immediately For September intake (placement in August) For February intake (placement in January) Summer Months Only Can you provide airport pickup? Yes No Your Emergency Contact Please provide contact information of a person NOT residing in your home [name, relationship to you (ie: friends, coworker, etc), phone number(s), address] Agreements 1. The information set forth above is true and correct. 2. I am able to assume responsibility for the welfare of the student while she/he resides in my home. 3. I am aware that if the homestay is not a good match for the student or homestay family, the student may move out earlier than originally intended. I agree Submit Thank you for applying to become a homestay host with HLIC

  • Calendar | HLIC

    HLIC Calendar 2024/2025 (dd/mm/yyyy) HLIC Calendar 2024/2025 EAP, UBP : Courses required to attend English-speaking highschools, colleges and universities begin and end on designated dates throughout the year. ​ ESL, Other English Courses: English programs not required for further studies can begin on any Monday of the year, except for Public Holidays and HLIC Closure Dates. ​ Public Holidays 2024: Monday, January 1 Monday, February 19 Monday, April 1 Monday, July 1 Monday, September 2 Term Winter 1 Winter 2 Holiday Spring 1 Summer 1 Holiday Fall 1 Fall 2 Holiday Start Date January 3 February 26 April 22 April 29 June 24 August 19 August 26 October 21 December 16 End Date February 23 April 19 April 26 June 21 August 16 August 23 October 18 December 13 January 3, 2025

  • Health & Safety | HLIC

    Health & Safety Health Insurance in Canada As an international student in Canada you are required to have Health Insurance. HLIC has chosen the most reputable, feasible and accessible Health Insurance provider for students as our service provider. Your Health fee will be approximately $2 CAD a day and will cover your health needs including doctor and hospital visits, prescription medication (up to a 30 day supply), and emergency hospital visits and transportation. ​ ​ Safety in Halifax Halifax has large university and family populations, with strict laws against violence, harassment and discrimination. HLIC upholds these standards on campus and all HLIC students are expected to abide by local laws while they study in Canada. ​ ​ Canadian Laws for Your Safety Laws vary in every country. Please see the list bel ow for common Canadian laws students must abide by. If you witness a crime please contact local authorities. If you are unsure about what actions to take or need language support please consult with HLIC for guidance. ​ ​ Alcohol The legal drinking age in Canada is 19 years old. You cannot enter a bar or buy alcohol if you are not 19. If you are caught providing alcohol for people under 19 (including hosting a party with underage guests) you can face serious punishment. You cannot drink alcohol in public at any age. You cannot be overly intoxicated in public. NEVER DRINK AND DRIVE ​ ​ Tobacco and Cannabis (Marijuana) The legal age to use and buy nicotine or cannabis products is 19 years old. If you are caught providing nicotine or cannabis products for people under 19 (including hosting a party with underage guests) you can face serious punishment. Smoking is prohibited in public spaces including indoors (including restaurants, bars, shops, public streets, parks). If you choose to smoke please do so at designated smoking areas or on approved private property. Cannabis is legal in Canada. Any person may use cannabis in the same areas where tobacco is approved. Cannabis is legal to purchase from government-approved locations. It is illegal to purchase cannabis from individuals. ​ ​ Relationships NEVER HAVE A SEXUAL RELATIONSHIP WITH ANY PERSON UNDER THE AGE OF 16 (if you are 19+). This includes dating, sending or receiving sexual texts/emails & photos. NEVER touch someone in an inappropriate way without their consent. This includes at bars/parties you attend. If someone says NO, ‘I don’t feel like it’, ‘I’m not comfortable’ etc OR is overly intoxicated/asleep NEVER touch or force sexual actions. This is considered rape and is taken VERY seriously. ​ ​ General Behaviour You cannot urinate in public. You cannot use hateful/discriminatory language against people (ie: racism, sexism, homophobia, negative stereotyping about a person’s country of origin, religion, sexual identity, etc). Theft of any amount, from a business or person, is a crime. Destruction of property, public or private, is a crime.

  • English for Specific Purposes (ESP) | HLIC

    English for Specific Purposes (ESP) Apply Now Course Description We offer a variety of programs tailored to those learning English within a particular profession. Classes range from two to four weeks depending on the group’s needs, and students receive 25 hours of instruction per week. This includes classroom time and visits to related businesses. Programs include but are not limited to: English for Engineers English for Foreign Language Teachers English for Medical Professionals English for the Hospitality Industry English for Travel and Tourism English for Banking and Finance ​ We are delighted to work with employers to design the ideal program for any workplace English needs. Please contact HLIC for more information. Textbook Hours Schedule Duration Levels Start Date 1 Textbook per level 25 hours per week Monday to Friday 1 Week+ 1 2 3 4 5 Any Monday How much does studying ESP at HLIC cost? The English for Specific Purposes (ESP) course operates on continuous enrolment which allows for students to join our classes on any Monday and study for as many weeks as they like. The cost of your course will depend on your length of study. For an accurate quote, please contact us at HLIC. All prices are listed and to be paid in Canadian Dollars (CAD). ​ Valid health insurance is mandatory for all international students in Canada. ​ Homestay is offered to students who are studying with HLIC for at least 1 week or longer. Homestay cost includes 3 meals per day. Click here for more information about our homestay program. Tuition Textbook Admissions Fee Health Insurance Activities Fee Homestay Fee Homestay Application Security Deposit $375 per week $150 per level $150 (non-refundable) $2 per day $30 per week $300 per week $200 (non-refundable) $400 (refundable) HLIC Calendar 2024/2025 EAP, UBP : Courses required to attend English-speaking highschools, colleges and universities begin and end on designated dates throughout the year. ​ ESL, Other English Courses: English programs not required for further studies can begin on any Monday of the year, except for Public Holidays and HLIC Closure Dates. ​ Public Holidays 2024: Monday, January 1 Monday, February 19 Monday, April 1 Monday, July 1 Monday, September 2 Term Winter 1 Winter 2 Holiday Spring 1 Summer 1 Holiday Fall 1 Fall 2 Holiday Start Date January 3 February 26 April 22 April 29 June 24 August 19 August 26 October 21 December 16 End Date February 23 April 19 April 26 June 21 August 16 August 23 October 18 December 13 January 3, 2025

  • University Pathway | HLIC

    University Pathway Program (UBP) Apply Now Course Description Our UBP course is designed for students wishing to attend an English-speaking post-secondary institution. Students work on general and academic English skills as well as post-secondary-specific skills such as research and referencing. On passing UBP, students may proceed directly to one of our pathway institutions or apply to any other post-secondary program. Students must pass the UBP entrance test to take this course. ​ UBP is eigh t weeks, with 25 hours of teacher contact time per week. Duration Hours Schedule Start Date 8 Weeks 25 hours per week Monday to Friday Refer to HLIC Calendar How much does the University Pathway Program cost? HLIC's UBP program is a 8 week course. Those who wish to enroll in the course must attend for the full 8 weeks . All prices are listed and to be paid in Canadian Dollars (CAD). ​ Valid health insurance is mandatory for all international students in Canada. ​ Homestay is offered to students who are studying with HLIC, and UBP graduates may be able to extend their homestay experience if they are attending a local college or university after they complete their language studies. Homestay cost includes 3 meals per day. Click here for more information about our homestay program. Tuition Textbook Admissions Fee Health Insurance Activities Fee Homestay Fee Homestay Application Security Deposit $4,400 $200 $150 (non-refundable) $2 per day $200 $1,100 per month $200 (non-refundable) $400 (refundable) Pathway Partners HLIC is partnered with many reputable Canadian post-secondary learning institutions (universities and colleges) around the country. On passing UBP, students may proceed directly to one of our pathway institutions or apply to any other post-secondary program.​ ​ Our Pathway Partners include: Acadia University Algonquin College Bishop's University Georgian College Fleming College Lakehead University Mount St. Vincent University (MSVU) New Brunswick Community College Nova Scotia College of Art and Design (NSCAD) Nova Scotia College of Early Childhood Education (NSCECE) Nova Scotia Community College St. Francis Xavier University (STFX) St. Lawrence College Saint Mary’s University (SMU) Toronto Film School Trent University University of Prince Edward Island (UPEI) University of Regina Wilfrid Laurier University Yorkville University ​ High School Partners (all located in Nova Scotia): Shambhala School , Halifax Grammar School , King’s-Edgehill School ​ ​ ​ Why attend a Canadian University or College? ​ Quality Education: Canadian universities offer world-renowned education with a high standard of academic excellence. Diversity: Canada is a multicultural society, and its universities reflect this diversity, providing a rich and inclusive community. Affordability: Canadian universities offer quality education at a lower cost compared to other top universities in the world. Global Recogniti on: Canadian degrees are recognized worldwide, and graduates have a competitive edge in the job market. Research Opportunities: Canadian universities are leaders in research and innovation, providing students with opportunities to work alongside top researchers and gain valuable experience. Student Support: Canadian universities offer a range of support services, including career counseling, academic advising, and mental health services to help students succeed. Campus Life: Canadian universities provide a vibrant campus life with a range of clubs, organizations, and activities to enhance the student experience.

  • General English (ESL, EAL) | HLIC

    General English Apply Now Course Description HLIC's General English (ESL) program is for students who want to focus on communication and conversation skills. This program is best for students who that are not planning to attend college or university in Canada. ​ The morning consists of lessons in integrated skills (reading, writing, listening, speaking and grammar). In the afternoon, students focus on developing speaking skills, including vocabulary and pronunciation, on a new theme each week. Students will complete a placement assessment prior to starting their program to determine their English level. You will be placed in a class that is appropriate to your English level. Textbook Hours Schedule Duration Levels Start Date 1 Textbook per level 25 hours per week Monday to Friday 1 Week+ 1 2 3 4 5 Any Monday How much does studying General English at HLIC cost? The General English course operates on continuous enrolment which allows for students to join our classes on any Monday and study for as many weeks as they like. The cost of your course will depend on your length of study. For an accurate quote, please contact us at HLIC. All prices are listed and to be paid in Canadian Dollars (CAD). ​ Valid health insurance is mandatory for all international students in Canada. ​ Homestay is offered to students who are studying with HLIC for at least 1 week or longer. Homestay cost includes 3 meals per day. Click here for more information about our homestay program. Tuition Textbook Admissions Fee Health Insurance Activities Fee Homestay Fee Homestay Application Security Deposit $375 per week $150 per level $150 (non-refundable) $2 per day $30 per week $300 per week $200 (non-refundable) $400 (refundable) HLIC Calendar 2024/2025 EAP, UBP : Courses required to attend English-speaking highschools, colleges and universities begin and end on designated dates throughout the year. ​ ESL, Other English Courses: English programs not required for further studies can begin on any Monday of the year, except for Public Holidays and HLIC Closure Dates. ​ Public Holidays 2024: Monday, January 1 Monday, February 19 Monday, April 1 Monday, July 1 Monday, September 2 Term Winter 1 Winter 2 Holiday Spring 1 Summer 1 Holiday Fall 1 Fall 2 Holiday Start Date January 3 February 26 April 22 April 29 June 24 August 19 August 26 October 21 December 16 End Date February 23 April 19 April 26 June 21 August 16 August 23 October 18 December 13 January 3, 2025

  • Program Fees | HLIC

    English Program Fees The prices listed below are regular course tuition and fees. Please contact HLIC for a quote on your specific course. ​ Course tuition and fees are listed and are to be paid in Canadian Dollars (CAD). ​ Valid health insurance is mandatory for all international students in Canada. For an accurate quote, please contact us at HLIC. All prices are listed and to be paid in Canadian Dollars (CAD). Admissions Fee is a one-time expense per program. Textbooks are per level. Each level is 8 weeks. Private roundtrip transportation to and from the Halifax International Airport can be arranged by HLIC for an additional $160. Tuition Textbook Admissions Fee Health Insurance Activities Fee Homestay Fee Homestay Application Security Deposit $375 per week $150 per level $150 (non-refundable) $2 per day $30 per week $300 per week $200 (non-refundable) $400 (refundable) General English (ESL, EAL) English for Specific Purposes (ESP) Business English English for Academic Purposes General English (ESL, EAL) English for Academic Purposes (EAP) English for Specific Purposes (ESP) Business English English for Academic Purposes (EAP) The cost of your course will depend on your length of study. For an accurate quote, please contact us at HLIC. ​ All prices are listed and to be paid in Canadian Dollars (CAD). ​ Valid health insurance is mandatory for all international students in Canada. Tuition Textbook Admissions Fee Health Insurance Activities Fee Homestay Fee Homestay Application Security Deposit $375 per week $150 per level $150 (non-refundable) $2 per day $30 per week $300 per week $200 (non-refundable) $400 (refundable) Program Tuition & Fees University Pathway Program (UBP) 8 Weeks: $4,400.00

  • Volunteer Program | HLIC

    Volunteer Program When you study with HLIC, learning goes beyond the classroom. All students have the opportunity to engage meaningfully in the local community through our comprehensive Student Volunteer Program. HLIC works with V-Care Society to offer students a large selection of volunteer experiences. Our students have the opportunity to work with local charities, community projects, animal shelters, and cultural events.

  • HLIC | Study English in Canada

    Study English in Canada wit h HLIC Apply Now Document PROG RAMS Tuition & Fees COST Our School OUR SCHOOL Student Housing HOUSING HLIC Location LO CATION Study English with HLIC Our programs combine English instruction with a variety of activities to provide an exciting, enjoyable, and effective educational and cultural experience. General English (ESL, EAL) English for Academic Purposes (EAP) University Pathway (UBP) Business English Find what you're looking for Hear from HLIC students Videos Testimonials About HLIC About Halifax Student Activities Calendar About HLIC HLIC is a dynamic English school located in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. ​ We provide authentic and experiential language learning opportunities that will improve students' proficiency, confidence, fluency, and accuracy, so that they may better reach their goals in a personal, academic, and/or professional capacity. Community outreach, diversity, inclusivity, and social justice are at the core of our values and are practiced within our curriculum.

  • English for Academic Purposes (EAP) | HLIC

    English for Academic Purposes (EAP) Apply Now Course Description Our EAP program is designed for students who wish to study in an English-speaking high school or post-secondary institution. The program consists of six levels, from beginner to advanced. Each level is covered in an eight-week semester, and students have 25 contact hours with a teacher each week. On successful completion of Level 5* , students may move onto high school or take the entrance test for the University and College Bridging Program (UBP). Our High School partners include Shambala School, Nova Scotia International Student Program and Halifax Grammar School. Textbook Hours Schedule Duration Levels Start Date 1 Textbook per level 25 hours per week Monday to Friday 8 weeks per level 1 2 3 4 5* → UBP HLIC Calendar How much does studying EAP at HLIC cost? The cost of your course will depend on your length of study. For an accurate quote, please contact us at HLIC. ​ All prices are listed and to be paid in Canadian Dollars (CAD). ​ Valid health insurance is mandatory for all international students in Canada. ​ Homestay is offered to students who are studying with HLIC for at least 1 week or longer. Homestay cost includes 3 meals per day. Click here for more information about our homestay program. Tuition Textbook Admissions Fee Health Insurance Activities Fee Homestay Fee Homestay Application Security Deposit $375 per week $150 per level $150 (non-refundable) $2 per day $200 $300 per week $200 (non-refundable) $400 (refundable) Dates HLIC Calendar 2024/2025 EAP, UBP : Courses required to attend English-speaking highschools, colleges and universities begin and end on designated dates throughout the year. ​ ESL, Other English Courses: English programs not required for further studies can begin on any Monday of the year, except for Public Holidays and HLIC Closure Dates. ​ Public Holidays 2024: Monday, January 1 Monday, February 19 Monday, April 1 Monday, July 1 Monday, September 2 Term Winter 1 Winter 2 Holiday Spring 1 Summer 1 Holiday Fall 1 Fall 2 Holiday Start Date January 3 February 26 April 22 April 29 June 24 August 19 August 26 October 21 December 16 End Date February 23 April 19 April 26 June 21 August 16 August 23 October 18 December 13 January 3, 2025

  • Fenghua | HLIC

    Fenghua International Education Shaanxi Fenghua International Education Technology Co., Ltd. is a professional organization engaged in "shuanglu" study abroad in Canada, and belongs to the executive agency of the HLIC (referred to as Jiaha Institute) in the global market. The specific work of Fenghua International Education is personally presided over by two co-founders of Jiaha Institute. One is Mr. Ji Haifeng, who has successfully managed many national industry leaders, as the president of the group, and the other is Mr. Ji Yindong, a senior military cadre with strong executive ability and team-building ability, as the vice president of the group. ​ With the purpose of enabling more students to realize the dream of "going abroad and going to the future", the company has established many national branches in China, Thailand, India, Japan, Singapore, Vietnam, etc., and has 6 branches in China The company has more than 50 provincial and municipal branches. Establish cooperation with more than 120 domestic and Southeast Asian colleges and universities through the Sino-Canada Bridge Class, the Sino-Canada Guaranteed Record Class, the International Preparatory Class for undergraduates, 2+2 double-degree international classes, bridge classes for undergraduates and masters, and through-train classes for studying abroad and immigration. school relationship. At the same time, in order to improve the service content, the group wholly acquired the Canadian Pan American International Travel Agency, set up a university tutoring institution, established a psychological counseling and intervention system, and improved the post-study service system such as boarding management and life care. Through offline training, combined with online all-round guidance for students and teachers on "learning and evaluation", as well as the advantages of technical tools such as "dual-teacher classroom", "live broadcast live class", and "dual education and certificate class", students can be improved. Double the quality and efficiency of learning and teacher teaching! ​ Through the joint efforts of all staff, the group has formed a complete service system and link control system. In 2017, Fenghua International Education was named "Best International Education Brand of the Year" by Tencent, and Mr. Ji Haifeng was also named "Person of the Year in Chinese Education"! ​ ​ List of Branches ​ South China: Zhuzhou Branch Nanchang Branch Yangzhou Branch Guangxi Branch ​ Northwest District: Lanzhou Branch, Yinchuan Branch, Shanxi Fenghua Education Taiyuan Branch ​ Central China: Henan Fenghua Education Yantai Branch Zhengzhou Branch Hebi Branch Yichang Branch ​ North China: Shijiazhuang Branch Hohhot Branch Beijing Branch Southwest District: Kunming Branch Sichuan Fenghua Education Chongqing Branch Guizhou Branch ​ Northeast District: Shenyang Branch, Dalian Branch, Daqing Branch, Harbin Branch ​ Canada: Toronto Campus ​ East China: Ningbo Branch, Nanjing Branch, Shanghai Branch, Yangzhou Branch, Suzhou Branch, Jinhua Branch ​ ​ Fengua Contact ​ Address: Room 1001, Xi'an Innovation Design Center, No. 69, West Section of South Second Ring Road, Beilin District, Xi'an City, Shaanxi Province ​ URL: http://www.fhgjedu.com Tel: 029–89645168 E-mail: info@fhgjedu.com Public account: Fenghua International Education (halifaxfenghua)

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