Business English Courses in Canada

Business English courses in Canada

Business English in Canada course will set you up for success if you want to improve your career prospects, or to develop yourself professionally.

What is Business English course in Canada?

This Business English course in Canada is perfect if you want a competitive edge in the world of work, business or commerce; the International Business English course is designed for anyone who needs to speak English in professional situations.  Courses are available in Vancouver, Toronto and Montreal. Students taking an internship program will want to consider registering for this course!

What is it like to take part in Business English courses in Canada?

Business English Courses will teach you about workplace behavior and socializing in a business environment, with a special focus on the North American work culture.

Relevant and varied business lessons

You will gain confidence and learn to express yourself more clearly and correctly through a variety of interactive situations and discussions. Case studies and problem-solving are important components of this course, and course materials will include authentic business documents as much as possible.

Topics focus on:

  • the structure of business
  • marketing
  • finance
  • ethics
  • management
  • e-business
  • international trade
  • business and the environment

Program Facts

  • Minimum level: Pre-Intermediate
  • Start date: Every Monday
  • Course duration: 2, 3 or 4 weeks at each level
  • 20 lessons per week 18 hours 20 mins)
  • 1 lesson = 55 minutes( afternoon lessons are 70 minutes)
  • Max students in class: 15
  • Available in Vancouver, Toronto & Montreal

Develop your international prospects

By the end of your business course in Vancouver, Toronto or Montreal important doors will have opened for you. You will not only have considerably improved your fluency, but you will also have the specific language, knowledge and skills to confidently deal with a wide range of business issues. All this will give you a vital edge over the competition as exciting new employment prospects open up around the world.

What are the requirements for Business English courses in Canada?

You’ll get more out of this course if:

  • your English is Pre-Intermediate
  • you need to speak English for work
  • you want to start on a career in an international environment
  • you are changing career and want to boost your CV

How to apply for Business English courses in Canada?

If you wish to receive information regarding the General English in Canada fees, please Contact us.

In order to help the future students as much as possible, we gathered some useful that will help you budget your stay in Canada:

  • Visa application fee (approximately $100 – $150 CAD depending on exchange rates)
  • Medical insurance for duration of the program ($15 CAD / week)
  • Flight (depending on departure and arrival cities)
  • Airport Reception ($90 – $120 depending on city)
  • Accommodation ($700 – $850 CAD / month depending on meals, dorm, host family)
  • Transportation (monthly public transportation passes range from $80 – $150 CAD depending upon location)

Aside from the aforementioned services, Latitude International provides additional services including accommodation placement, airport reception, medical insurance and more. We are here to help you and advise you so please do not hesitate to ask us your questions!

Andreas – Barista

“I was placed at a coffee shop in North Vancouver. The location was just amazing. From the counter we had a great view over the ocean and the mountains in the horizon. It was, more or less, always busy and the customers were so nice and polite and were always interested in knowing where you were from. What I like most about Vancouver is the diversity of people and the beautiful surroundings. We went hiking a couple of times, had a Halloween party, saw the Chinese New Year Parade, celebrated Canada Day and much more. Besides that I visited Whistler, Bowen Island, Sunshine Coast, Toronto and Victoria.” – Andreas, Denmark

Anne – Barista

“My adventure started off in Rocky Mountains where I worked at a mountain resort. During my time there I got to see wonderful nature and magical views when I was hiking. It was also a lot of other fun things to do including mountain biking, horseback riding, white water rafting and canoeing. After the summer season was over I decided to move to Vancouver and now I live in an apartment in beautiful Yaletown. I work in a coffee shop downtown as well so that fits me perfectly.” – Anne, Norway

Faith – Internship

“Coming to Vancouver has really been a learning experience. I saw myself mature in ways I thought I had been. Learning from the pros and seeing the difference between learning at university and mentoring/ learning at work. The ability to stand my own and explore this great city. Since coming here I have found my confidence and passion of product design. Whether it’s from presenting or talking to clients I know I saw myself improve. Thank you, Canada.” – Faith, United Kingdom

Ilse – Hospitality

“My first job was at a coffee shop chain. I worked there for 2.5 months as a Barista. I also got a job as a server in the restaurant at a private tennis club. During this work abroad experience my English improved a lot. That’s mainly because I use different expressions than I learned in school. I can use a broader vocabulary now. Also, I met new people that have different cultures. All the Canadians here are really kind and helpful.” – Ilse, Germany

Shiny – Internship

“I have had a great experience coming to Vancouver. Within the 2 months I have gained so much experience in life and at the workplace. I see myself being more independent and confident, which was one of my main goals. I’m so happy I found Latitude, they worked so hard to make sure I get an internship.” – Shiny, United Kingdom

Rasmus – Barista

“I started to work as a Barista at one of the many coffee shops here in Vancouver. I pretty much worked all summer except for going on two trips, one to Seattle and the other to Toronto. I usually went to the weekly pub nights which were a really fun time. All these events helped me meet so many new awesome people.” -Rasmus, Sweden

Alex – Internship

“As part of my International Business Management studies, I was required to complete an internship so I decided to go to Toronto as I have family there. I learned a lot about the marketing industry and about Canada as well. I have benefited a lot from the work and from the cultural experience during my stay in Canada.” – Alex, United Kingdom

Borbala – City Volunteer

“My volunteering is definitely off to a good start, all the people I met today were super nice and I think I’m going to like the work, too! I’m also settled in with my host family and I think I hit the jackpot with them because they are truly super welcoming.” – Borbala, Hungary

Hannah – National Parks Volunteer

“I really enjoyed the nature with all the mountains and the unique lakes. And besides that I loved it to spend time with people from all over the world and to form friendship with the other volunteers, which will last for a long time.” Hannah, 18, Germany

Participant – National Park Volunteer

“I learned a lot of things about nature, wildlife and myself . I loved all the hikes and also spending time to help Parks Canada. The grizzly bear research allowed me to improve my English during the survey. I strongly recommend this experience!” P., Switzerland

Natsumi – National Park Volunteer

“I had great time and good experience in Lake Louise. I learned about environment system, process, plants, animals etc. They became my new knowledge. Thank you so much.” Natsumi, Japan

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