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ILSC Junior Camps: Looking Back & Moving Forward

ILSC Junior Camps: Looking Back & Moving Forward

With another successful Junior Camp season behind us, it provides the opportunity to reflect on the adventures of the past summer, and look forward to the exciting junior camp possibilities coming in 2019! This past summer, ILSC Junior Camps welcomed more than 800 junior students from over 28 countries around the world! Students of all

Which Canadian City is Right For You?

At ILSC, it’s all about you. Your educational goals, your interests, and your experience. A location can really make or break your learning adventure, and with so many cities with so much to offer, it can be hard to make a choice. Canada is a country known for its diversity, positivity, and friendliness but its

Better Together: Diversity at ILSC

Diversity is something ILSC students and staff have the benefit of experiencing on a daily basis and in a variety of ways. Recently, we held an Instagram contest, encouraging students to show us how they represent their home country in their ILSC study city. We asked students to show us their #ilscDiverseCity (get it?) by

Meet Paul Zysman: ILSC Founder, Leader and Visionary

In 1991, Paul Zysman founded the International Language School of Canada in downtown Vancouver. From its humble beginnings, ILSC was originally a one-room language school where Paul acted as teacher, marketer student advisor – and everything in between. The school may have started small, but the vision was always big: learn a language by living

“I feel that I can make a difference” – Sal’s Story

  Tell us about how you came to be involved with ILSC. How did your story begin? My story began like most other young adults who come to Australia on a Work and Holiday visa; staring at a computer screen or going door-to-door applying to a variety of positions in hopes to get a job.

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