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5 Reasons Why You Should Take a Working Holiday

Have you ever dreamed about living abroad? Do you want to break out of your routine to travel & work at the same time? A Working Holiday visa can help make this happen. Here are 5 reasons why you should take a working holiday this year. It is easy to

IMPORTANT UPDATE | Stage coop international 2014 (International Internship Coop Permit)

This blog post contains important information about the visa application process for the International Internship Coop category (Stage coop international) for French nationals. Yesterday, on November 14, 2014, the Canadian Embassy in Paris announced they will add 1200 permits to the internship category for 2014 valid for departure in 2015.

Why Study Abroad in Canada?

Each year nearly 300,000 international students choose to study abroad in Canada; here are four main reasons Canada is a top destination for international students. World-class Education Canada is a bilingual country with two official languages; English and French, and is specialized in language training. Each year hundreds and thousands

Parlez-vous français? Tips on how to improve your foreign language skills!

It is not easy when you are learning a foreign language and often it can be a big challenge. Here are few tips to help improve your foreign language skills and make learning a language fun and enjoyable wherever you are! Keep talking! You can visit a

Volunteer in Canada with this unique internship program

volunteer in canada

What is the Volunteer Internship Program? Volunteer in Canada with this unique full-time internship program providing professional experience at a registered Canadian charity. This Volunteer Internship Program provides young adults from around the world a chance to experience Canada while making a difference and gaining valuable work experience.  Imagine developing

Katherine’s Story: Au Pair in France

au pair in france

Katherine is from Alberta, Canada and she has been an  au pairing in France since August. She lives in Vaucresson which is a small  suburb, 20 minutes by train from Paris. She is taking care of 3 children ages  8, 11 and 13. Today she tells us about her thoughts, experience

11 Qualities of a Good Au Pair

While it’s very exciting to think about living abroad for a year and immersing yourself in another language and culture, being an au pair takes special talents and skills. What are the important qualities of a good au pair? 1. Punctual You might need to bring kids

How to find an apartment in Paris

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It’s surely the #1 concern of travellers to this great city. It’s what I read about in expat forums and what I hear about from international students coming to Paris to study : Where am I going to live? How am I ever going to find an apartment

5 Tips for Dealing with Culture Shock

dealing with culture shock

Sometimes culture shock can rear it’s ugly head when you least expect it: at the supermarket, on the bus or while dining out with new friends. Here are 5 tips for dealing with culture shock.  cul·ture shock noun: culture shock 1. the feeling of disorientation experienced by someone who

Introduction to Farmstay in Canada (Ranchstay in Canada)

Farmstay in Canada for Europeans Are you looking for an unique work abroad program in Canada? Do you love the outdoors and want to experience rural life? A farmstay program is a great way to enjoy daily life on a Canadian farm! 1. What is a farmstay

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