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most effective and successful in Canada. Integr tudies in the Morning, Classes integrate all as f language learning - listening, speaking, read ocabulary, grammar, writing, and pronunciat an Canadian College of English Language Van Hospitality Operations Diploma Co-op. The Int usiness Management Diploma program at Ca ollege is designed to help the student develo oundation in traditional business topics with a mindset, the greatest asset and most critical sk usiness today. The Canadian College Internat Diploma equips individuals with the practical ave the 2011 Agent Training Manual will help nrichment and Remedial Electives in the Afte tudent is given a diagnostic test on the first d ecommend appropriate afternoon electives. S sually take one remedial elective that focuses are and one enrichm #450-1050 Alberni St. Vancouver, BC, V6Eon 1A3, Canada lective which focuses a strong area or the Phone: 604.688.9366, Fax: 604.688.9322 Email: tudent is most interested in. . has been desi

Contents Introduction CCEL Facts Campus Selling Features Level Pathway Chart

Services 03 04 05 06-07

Programs General English Programs Intensive English Pre-EAP Pathway Program Business English Certificate English for Executives English Tutoring

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University Pathway EAP Pathway Program University of Alberta (UofA) Thompson Rivers University (TRU) Emily Carr Univeristy University of Lethbridge (UofL)

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Work Experience in Canada Business English Work & Study (BEWS) Work Preparation Package

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English Exam Preparation Exam Preparation TESOL Exam Preparation

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Student Residence Homestay & Hotels Activity Program Useful Links What’s New Promotional Material

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Student Application Application Process Visas

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Documents Sample Certificates Sample Acceptance Letters Sample Invoice Student Testimonials

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Contacts Canadian College Staff List


CCEL Facts The Canadian College of English Language invites the world to study English in Canada. CCEL has a wide range of programs for international students which include; Intensive ESL, Certificate & Diploma in English, Certificate & Diploma in Business English, Exam Preparation (TOEFL; IELTS; Cambridge FCE & CAE), English for Academic Purposes (University of Alberta) and Executive English. Average Mix 30% European & Latin American, 30% Asian (7% Japanese) 30% Middle Eastern, (10% from 20+ other Countries) Website



#450-1050 Alberni st. Vancouver B.C. V6E 1A3, Canada


Heart of Downtown; Within one block of Robson Street, Bus/Sky train Station, 7-11, Major Banks etc.

Building Large private college in downtown Vancouver with unique and renovated classrooms, and a capacity of 400 students in total. Classrooms are located on the 2nd floor and offices on the 4th floor. Large rooftop garden on the 5th floor. Operation

Established in 1991.

Staff 15 staff + 25-30 teachers (some of the languages covered: & Teachers Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, French, Japanese, Korean, Chinese, Arabic, Polish, Russian, German, Turkish, etc) Pathways

CCEL is a fully accredited member of Languages Canada

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Campus • Located one block from famous Robson St. shopping • On Campus Student Restaurant “eh! restaurant”. • 30 computers & High speed wireless internet free of charge. • Beautiful rooftop garden patio on 5th floor. • CCEL Student Residence within walking distance. • Nearby Coffee/Light Snack Shops; Convenience Stores; Indoor Gym/Sports Facilities; Restaurants; Drug Store; Gift Shops; Park; Beaches; Excellent Hotels etc.

Student Residence

eh! Restaurant

The CCEL Student Residence /Apartments are excellent furnished apartments on Robson Street.

Lunch is served on campus at eh! Restaurant from Monday to Friday. Students have the option of having a hot or cold lunch. Open 7am to 7pm

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Selling Features • 20 years of operation, over 30,000 student graduates • Paid and Unpaid Co-op (BEWS) • Immigration Pathway

• Fee Payment Plans • 8 Full time Student Services Staff • On Site Advising (Immigration, Visa, Study Career Planning)

• Industry Experienced Instructors

• On Campus Job Placement Service

• Competitively priced programs

• On Campus employment (eh! Restaurant &

• University of Alberta Pathway


• Small Classes • Excellent Nationality Mix

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Level Pathway Chart 72 or 64 week BEWS

Beginner English 8-12 weeks

Business English Work & Study



Pre-Intermediate English 8-12 weeks

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56 or 48 week BEWS

Work Prep Package

Intermediate English 8-12 weeks

40 or 32 week BEWS

Business English Certificate 12 weeks

Upper-Intermediate English 8-12 weeks

Paid Work

Advanced English 8-12 weeks

Private Tutoring Flexible times

Pre EAP 10 weeks

Cambridge FCE 12 weeks

EAP 140 9 weeks

Cambridge CAE 12 weeks

EAP 145 9 weeks



• Business Fundamentals Diploma

EAP 145 also recognized at:

• International Trade Diploma Co-op • Hospitality Management Dip. Co-op • Project Management Dip. Co-op • IT Diploma Co-op

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Intensive English


English programs designed to improve overall competency in English. These programs are intended to prepare students for exam courses such as Cambridge and TOEFL, university pathways, career advancement, or for personal interest. Length

Start any Monday (Length depends on students level)

Fees per week # of weeks Full-Time (24 hours/wk) Part-Time (18 hours/wk) Super Int. (30 hours/wk)

1-11 12-23 24-35 36-47 $305 $290 $285 $280 $250 $250 $250 $250 $350 $340 $330 $330

48+ $275 $250 $330

Selling Features • Start any Monday • Possibility for student to move up every month • Teacher Evaluations at the end of every month • 80% Mandatory Attendance • Multiple class options for each English Level • Language Canada Certified Teachers • Student can change their elective classes every week

Other Details

• 6 English Levels • Part Time and Full Time Options

Visa Information

Most students studying for less than 6 months can come to Canada on a tourist visa which is received at immigration in the Vancouver Airport.


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Pre-EAP Pathway Program PRE-EAP is an intensive, ten-week course designed to introduce students to academic English, focusing on academic reading and writing skills. The purpose of the course is to expose students to a variety of structures, from descriptive and comparative essays to opinion-based papers and reports, and to help them develop their own clear, cohesive, and organized compositions. Length

10 Weeks

Start Dates See Fees Schedule Fees


Pre-EAP CAD $3,125

Selling Features • Lower level Academic English • Focused on Writing Preparation for Exam Classes • Pathway to Exam Preparation Courses, College and University

Website Link

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EAP (UofA) Pathway Program The University of Alberta Faculty of Extension has a partnership agreement with the Canadian College of English Language whereby students can study their English for Academic Purposes (EAP) courses at the CCEL campus in Vancouver. Length

18 Weeks

Start Dates See Fees Schedule Fees

EAP 140 & EAP 145

CAD $4,100

Selling Features Notes...

• High Level Academic English • Seamless pathway to the University of Alberta • No TOEFL, IELTS

UofA Pathway

Intensive English

Pre-EAP 10 weeks EAP 140 9 weeks EAP 145 9 weeks Undergraduate Admission to the UofA

Website Link

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University of Alberta (UofA) University of Alberta students live to inspire, uncovering new ideas and thought through their studies and using their education to make a difference, uplifting the lives of others. You can be a part of it. U of A is one of Canada’s leading research and teaching institutions with 200 undergraduate and 170 graduate programs that rank among the world’s finest.

Selling Features


• 18 faculties | 5 campuses • 37,000 students • 2,531 full-time international students from 130 countries • 200 undergraduate programs • 400 research laboratories • $1.1 billion USD in new building construction • 170 graduate programs • external research funding of 350 million USD • 295 international linkages and exchanges in 51 countries • founded in 1908 • canada’s 2nd largest research library system

Undergraduate Admission Requirements • CCEL EAP 145 • High school Completion • For a complete list of requirements please visit the UofA website.


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Thompson Rivers University (TRU)


TRU is a leading Canadian destination for international students, with students from more than 70 countries enrolled at our main campus in Kamloops.

Selling Features • 70 undergraduate programs • (6399 full time undergraduates, 7685 part time undergraduates) • MBA and Master of Education programs • Safe, comfortable setting in smaller city • Tuition: $6900 per semester • Residence cost: CDN$1,205 - $3,775/semester, plus CDN$295 security deposit • Minimum entering grades (first round of admissions)Arts 73%, Science 73%, Business 73%, Engineering 73% • Most popular majors are Arts, Business, Nursing, Science and Tourism • Co-operative education: A variety of co-op options in arts, business, computer science/technology, science and tourism • Internships available in journalism, nursing and respiratory therapy • Extensive student exchange programs • New $22 million sports complex • New $32 million Library and House of Learning opens this year • Further information on international admissions:

Website Link

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Emily Carr University


Established in 1925, and based in Vancouver, BC, Emily Carr University of Art + Design one of Canada’s premier, post-secondary universities specializing in undergraduate and graduate art and design education and research.

Selling Features • Full Time Students 2010/11 1,828 • International Students 242 • Exchange Students 15 • Continuing Studies Students Fall 2009/Spring 2010 2,993 • Faculty (both continuing + sessional) 172 • Staff: 99 • Administrators (incl. excluded support positions): 43

Undergraduate Admission Requirements • CCEL EAP 145 • High school Completion • For a complete list of requirements please visit the UofA website.


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University of Lethbridge (UofL) A member of the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada (AUCC), the University of Lethbridge specializes in undergraduate programs (bachelor’s degrees). In addition, we have a growing School of Graduate Studies offering Master’s and Ph.D. programs.

Selling Features


• Affordable tuition rates for outstanding programs offered by awardwinning faculty. • Friendly and safe university and community. • Access to advanced technology and state-of-the-art facilities. • Comprehensive student services designed to help you succeed in meeting your academic, personal, and career goals. • You can work during your studies and apply to work in Canada for up to three years after graduation. • Many programs focus strongly on research and the university had a world-renowned faculty • Small class sizes with some classes with fewer than 10 people • 6726 full time undergraduates, 772 part time undergraduates • Tuition: $5806 per semester • Residence cost $1102 – $1904 per semester • Minimum entering grades (first round of admissions) Arts: 65%, Science 65% • Most popular majors are accounting, Finance, General Management, Kinesiology and Psychology • Co-operative education and internships in arts and sciences and management including accounting, computer science, First Nations’ Governance and Human Resources Management and Labour Relations • Recently completed $27 million Alberta Water and Environmental Science Building • New sports stadium opened in 2009 • On campus daycare facility for children of students opened in 2010 • Markin Hall project, a $65 million facility offering specialized industrial space for the faculties of management and health sciences opening in 2010 • Further information on international admissions: ezc?pageID=1216

Website Link

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Private English Tutoring


Private English lessons with Canadian College qualified instructors are a fast, and effective way for students to improve their English abilities. Private lessons take place in the executive classrooms which create more professional and comfortable surroundings. Length

Start any day, for any length of time

Fees Per Hour 10 Hour Package

$65 $600

Selling Features • Private lessons are tailor-made to suit the needs of students, registrations can be for any number of hours and any length of time. • All instructors are university graduates with specialized ESL teacher training and overseas experience.

Website Link

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Study and Work in Canada (BEWS)


The CCEL Business English Work Study Program is designed for international students and strengthens their ability to communicate in English in a business setting plus provides work experience in Canada relevant to their academic studies or profession. This program consists of 50% academic studies and 50% paid and/or unpaid internship. Starts

1st Monday of every month

40 weeks 48 weeks 56 weeks 64 weeks 72 weeks

Academic Studies 20 weeks 24 weeks 28 weeks 32 weeks 36 weeks

Paid Internship 20 weeks 24 weeks 28 weeks 32 weeks 36 weeks

Fees $5,900 $6,900 $7,900 $9,000 $9,900

Selling Features • Paid, Unpaid Work • Guaranteed 3 interviews • C30 Work permit for whole program • Help with work permit applications

50% Study ESL


• Job Placement Office • Job Ready Curriculum • Opportunity for on campus employment

50% Work Paid Work

Beginner (72 or 64 Weeks)

Intermediate (56 or 48 Weeks)

Upper-Intermediate (40 or 32 Weeks)

Website Link

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Work Preparation Package This package is the best option for students who intend to do a part time job in hospitality field after completing their English study at CCEL Starts

See Fees Schedule

8 weeks - Working English, Hospitality Service Training and the Career Preparation Program. Internship at eh! restaurant (2 weeks) The Serving It Right (SIR) Exam

$2,500 Free $40

Skills Learnt Notes...

• Barista skills • Bar service skills • Customer service skills • The Serving It Right (SIR) Certificate

Schedule • Working English (AM Class – 8 weeks) • Hospitality Service Training (HST – PM Class for 4 weeks) • Career Preparation Program (CPP – PM Class for 4 weeks) • Optional Internship at ‘eh!’ Restaurant (2 weeks)

Study Plan ESL (4-16 weeks) English Level Pre-Intermediate to Intermediate Morning Class ESL (24h/week) 8:30-12:05 Afternooon Elective Class 1:00-2:40

Work Prep Package (8 weeks) Intermediate to Upper-Inter. Working English Hospitality Service Training (4 weeks) Then: Career Prep Program (4 weeks)

Website Link

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Exam Preparation


An intensive course designed for students who wish to take official exam courses, such as Cambridge (FCE, CAE), TOEFL, or IELTS. The Canadian College instructors use the latest in teaching methodology and keep up to date on modifications to exam content. TOEFL and IELTS fees per week Start any Monday 1-11 12-23 24-35 36-47 $305 $290 $285 $280 $250 $250 $250 $250 $350 $340 $330 $330

# of weeks Full-Time (24 hours/wk) Part-Time (18 hours/wk) Super Int. (30 hours/wk)

Cambridge (FCE,CAE) Start Dates: See Fees Schedule 10 weeks (24 hours/wk) $3,150 12 weeks (24 hours/wk) 10 weeks (30 hours/wk) $3,600 12 weeks (30 hours/wk)

48+ $275 $250 $330

$3,780 $4,250

Selling Features • Fast track to University • On Campus Practice Exams • Flexible Schedule • Help with exam registration CCEL Level






9.0 8.0 7.0 6.0 5.0 4.0 3.0

120 110 100 80 60 45

950 900 800 700 600 450

Upper Advanced Advanced (EAP)


Upper Intermediate


Intermediate Lower Intermediate Beginner

Website Link

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TESOL Diploma The CCEL TESOL (Teachers of English to Speakers of other Languages) Diploma Program has joined with Maple Ridge School District #42. This unique program consists of 8 weeks of theoretical foundation and 4 weeks of practical training. With this hands-on training focus, students are well prepared for a practicum in Canadian public schools. Length

12 weeks


Tuition $3,980

Materials Fee $220

Selling Features Notes...

• Maple Ridge School District #42 is a public school registered by Ministry of Education of BC. • Students are getting reference letters from the teachers at Maple Ridge School District #42. • Upon successful completion of TESOL program at CCEL the students will have a professional portfolio. • Practicum at Maple Ridge • TKT exam preparation. • The students will be able to apply their knowledge acquired during classes at CCEL on practice. • The students are able to acquire a great practical experience directly at one of BC public schools.

Schedule Time 13:00-14:40 14:40-14:55 14:55-17:00

Monday ~ Thursday Lecture Break Lecture

Friday TKT Exam Preparation Break TKT Exam Preparation

Website Link

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Business English Certificate & Diploma The Certificate in Business English (BEC) helps reinforce the communication ability of students in a business context. This course was developed through the University of Cambridge and is internationally recognized. Length

8 or 12 weeks, Start any Monday

Fees 8 week certificate (24 hours/week) 12 week diploma (24 hours/week)

Selling Features Notes...

• Great for Young Professionals • Introduction to Business

Website Link

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Executive English A combination of small group English lessons, private one to one tutoring, individualized computer assisted learning, and a choice of specialized electives, internships, or use of executive services. Length

Start any Monday (Length depends on students level)

Fees per week # of weeks Full-Time (24 hours/wk) Part-Time (18 hours/wk)

1-11 12-23 24-35 36-47 $299 $285 $280 $275 $245 $245 $245 $245

48+ $270 $245

Selling Features Notes...

• Minimum age is 25 years • Same Price as Intensive English • Professional Curriculum

Popular Custom Schedules Morning 8:30 - 12:05 Mature ESL Class Mature ESL Class

Afternoon 1:00 - 2:40 Tutor (1,2 or 3 hrs) Elective 1

Late Afternoon 2:55 - 4:05 Free Time Elective 2

Mature ESL Class

Elective 1

Tutor (1 or 2 hrs)

Private English Tutoring Private English lessons with CCEL qualified instructors are a fast, and effective way for executive students to improve their English abilities. Private lessons take place in the executive classrooms which create more professional and comfortable surroundings. • Per hour $65 • Package (10 hours) $600

Website Link

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CCEL Student Residence The Canadian College has a student residence/apartments in downtown Vancouver for Canadian College students. It is 5 minutes walk to the Canadian College and it is a great place for students to meet other students from around the world. ** Free Breakfast and Lunch is served at eh! restaurant from Monday to Friday if you pre-pay for 3+ months. ** Residence Shared Room & Kitchen $750/month Residence Single Room, Shared Kitchen $1,000/month Studio Apartment (Sleeps Two) $1,600/month

Selling Features Notes...

• On Robson Street • Free Breakfast and Lunch is served at eh! restaurant from Monday to Friday if you prepay for 3+ months. • Walking Distance to the College • On site Manager • Fully Furnished

Rooms Each apartment features a fully equipped kitchen, cable TV and High Speed Wireless Internet. All apartments are nonsmoking. Include: Heat, Gas, Hydro, High Speed Wireless Internet, Cable TV.

Amenities • High Speed Wireless Internet • Cable TV • Fully equipped Kitchen • Laundry Room • Bright Spacious Rooms • Downtown Vancouver, next to Stanley Park

• Shopping & restaurants within walking distance • Personable & knowledgeable staff • Monthly stays available.


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If you have any questions about our residence please contact our residence coordinator: Michelle H -

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Homestay Our Homestay Coordinator will match your student with a Homestay that suits their personal needs. Special requests concerning religion, diet, allergies, etc. can be accommodated. Living with a Homestay family is a great way to practice English and be immersed in Canadian culture. Lunch is served at eh! Restaurant from Monday to Friday.

3 meals/day (Single Room, Shared Bath) $230/wk/person 3 meals/day (Single Room, Private Bath) $310/wk/person Shared Room for 2 people booking together $375/wk/person (2 meals/day, Shared Bath)

Selling Features Notes...

• Lunch is served at eh! Restaurant • On Campus Homestay Coordinator

eh! Restaurant Lunch is served on campus at eh! restaurant from Monday to Friday. Students have the option of having a hot or cold lunch.

Airport Pickup Airport Pickup is organized by Language Limousine

Contact If you have any questions about our Homestay program please contact our Homestay coordinator: Michelle H - page 23


Activity Program of English Language

It doesn’t matter what the activity is. We’ll have fun no matter where we go. It’s about bringing students together so they can meet new friends and learn English outside of their textbook. Our students have careers already or want one. When our students go home they should bring our business practices and cultural ideas with them. Sample Prices • Whistler $55 • 4 day Rocky Mountain Adventure $325 Details • Each week there is a tourism, sport, and educational activity. • Every week there is a free activity, one that is under $10, and some that cost more money.


Activity Coordinator Our full time activities coordinator was born in Vancouver and has spent 12 years organizing activities for international audiences.

Volunteering in the community Our students volunteer at seniors centres as well as other large community events.

Emphasis on what’s unique in Vancouver Hockey games, Cirque Su Soleil, Film Festival.

Weekly newsletter to students Contains holiday celebrations, nightclubs, concerts, etc happening in Vancouver and how they can get involved.

Website Links Activity Blog -

Contact If you have any questions about our activity program please contact: Joseph Spitale -


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Our partner Club ESL takes our students to the Rocky Mountains, Whistler, Victoria, Seattle, and more.

Activity Photos

Search YouTube for “CCEL Activity”


Useful Links Here are some website links that students should know about before they arrive in Vancouver.

Transportation Translink is Vancouver’s Transit Authority, they manage the Skytrain, Busses and the Seabus. Translink - Airport Pickup - Taxi -

Mobile Phone Notes...

There are three major mobile phone companies in Vancouver that students can get month to month plans. Fido - Rogers - Telus -

Bank Information There are several banks in Vancouver, these two are closest to the College. Royal Bank - CIBC -

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What’s New of English Language

The CCEL has several methods of keeping agents up to date with the latest news.

CCEL Newsletter If you wish to join the CCEL newsletter please send an email to with “Subscribe” in the subject of the email.

New Courses and Fees Every year we email all of our agents with the updated Fees Schedule, Application form, Brochure and any other new materials.

Student Activity Blog Link:


Social Networks

Group Page


Follow us

RSS Feed

Student Activity Links Blog Website

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Promotional Material


CCEL provides a wide range of promotional material that agents can use for advertising which includes: Brochures, Flyers, Posters, Videos, Photos, CCEL logo etc.

Brochure & Flyers CANADIAN COLLEGE of English Language


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Student Profile

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s Paid Co-op at Sushinemo Japanese Restaurant

s Co-op for the City of Vancouver

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Contact For any promotional materials please email Jeremy Clark page 27


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1. Application Form (Online) Application.pdf

2. Fees Send fees by wire transfer, certified cheque, Visa card

3. Letter of Acceptance


Upon receipt of the fees the CCEL will send a letter of Acceptance. All bank charges in your country are to be covered by the agent or by the student. CCEL will cover local bank charges only. Please inquire at your bank for further details.

4. Homestay Airport Pickup

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Full payment of funds must be received before Homestay is arranged, airport pickup is organized and at least ten days in advance of the student’s course starting date.

5. Student Residence Student must book a room in the residence prior to arrival in Vancouver.

Contact Please contact the registrar if you have any questions. page 28



Study Visa Study Permit

Visitors Visa

Extend your stay

BEWS C-30 Visa Information Working as a Coop student/ internship

Step 1 - Apply for Student visa with C-30 Work Visa Exemption Step 2 - Receive Student Entry Visa and fly to Vancouver Step 3 - Arrive in Vancouver airport and receive Study Permit If the student does not receive the C-30 work Permit, show the visa office the acceptance letter with the C-30 request and ask the officer if they can receive it. If the officer says “no� then inform the staff at CCEL to apply for the work permit at a later date.

Contact For assistance with Visas please contact our staff. See list on page page 29

Sample Certificates


Canadian College Student Certificate CANADIAN COLLEGE of English Language

certifies by this document that

has completed


Agent Certificate

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Sample Acceptance Letters


CCEL Acceptance Letter Canadian College of English Language 4th Floor, 1050 Alberni St. Vancouver BC, Canada, V6E 1A3 ph: 1.604.688.9366 fx: 1.604.688.9322

Date of Issue: 24 September, 2010 Student ID#: LETTER OF ACCEPTANCE To Whom It May Concern, Please be advised that the following student has been accepted for admission to The Canadian College of English Language for the purpose of attending the undermentioned English as a Second Language Program. NAME OF STUDENT: DATE OF BIRTH: COMMENCEMENT DATE: TERMINATION DATE: DURATION/WEEKS: COURSE DESCRIPTION: ADDRESS: “Start your learning with CCEL today. Email and ask for an Access Code to start studying English online with CCEL today and watch an important arrival orientation” Please note that all students must be at the College by 9:00am on the first day. Please bring your passport, medical insurance, and laptop computer (if you have one). There will be an Orientation Program which will commence as follows: Assessment Test Introduction to the School Rules and Regulations Interviews Class Placement and Elective Selection Walking Tour If you require more information please contact me. Sincerely,

Lane Clark Registrar IMPORTANT INFORMATION PLEASE CARRY THESE EMERGENCY PHONE NUMBERS WITH YOU AT ALL TIMES Jim Cordina (Airport Arrivals) 604.988.7639 Jim Clark (President) 604.926.1439

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Sample Acceptance Letters UofA Acceptance Letter

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Sample Invoice


CCEL Agent Invoice Canadian College of English Language 4th Floor, 1050 Alberni St. Vancouver BC, Canada, V6E 1A3 ph: 1.604.688.9366 fx: 1.604.688.9322

Date: To: ID#: Name: Course information: Start:



Accommodation Information: Not Requested Start: Finish:


Invoice: FEE NAME



SUB TOTAL: LESS AGENT FEE: TOTAL: All fees are in Canadian Dollars Payment Options 1. Cheque Payable to: The Canadian College of English Language #450-1050 Alberni St. Vancouver, BC Canada, V6E 1A3 2. Bank Transfer Bank Name: RBC ROYAL BANK OF CANADA Company name: The Canadian College of English Language Ltd. Address: Main Branch Royal Centre, 1025 West Georgia St., Vancouver, B.C. V6E 3S9 Transit #: 00010

Account # 124-972-1 Swift code: ROYCCAT2 Routing #: 021000021 Phone #: 604-665-6991

3. Visa Transaction I authorize the Canadian College of English Language to charge CAD $ Visa Card Number Security Code Expiration Date Name on Visa Card Signature of Cardholder The balance is due on or before the first day of class. Thank you! Â

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Student Testimonials “I still remember 20 years ago, when I was 18 yr. old. The day I landed in Vancouver was memorable. If we didnt have Mr. Clark(Principal) or Mrs. Gilmore (Secretary), I would be miserable. I thank them for their kindness. They are always in my heart!”

Bill Chan (China)

“Studying in Canadian College has been the best experience, they have the best course that you can found. There you can learn English as well as you want, also they can search for you a homestay family, that they will give you a feeling like, if you were in your own home. The best part in the Canadian College is that you can share with so many people for all over the world, so you have to speak English to have a communication with them, that help you to learn faster, along with the activity and excellent teacher that they have.”

Johanna Sifontes (Venezuela)

“Nothing could be better than studying in Canada, the Canadian College has a really good ESL program along with the teachers and activities that help the students learn faster. The best thing is that you can share experiences with people from all over the world. Studying in Canada has been the best experience in my life.”

Jimena García (Leon, Mexico)

“My experience in Vancouver was full of emotions and joy. I met a lot of people studying in Canada, students from all around the world but also teachers and staff. There was a great atmosphere between all of us. I also had the opportunity to discover a beautiful city with all its natural treasures. The time I had there is absolutely unforgettable and the memory of this period of my life will always makes me feel happy.”

Sophie Hoang (Zurich, Switzerland)

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“I think Vancouver is a wonderful place. There are many mountains,beaches,and great views. My good experience was when I studied English in Canadian College of English Language. I especially liked meeting a lot of people from different countries. I learned many things about culture, language even though I went to Canadian College of English Language for a short period of time. Canadian College of English Language offered a many variety of was really cool~ I think all of the teachers and staffs were nice and friendly. I had the time of my life in Vancouver! I will never forget those memories.”

Joo hee-han (Korea)

“I was studying at the Canadian College of English Language in the summer of 2004. Quickly I found myself in a group of very nice people from different countries. The teachers at school and the organization were excellent. A great compliment also for the advisors who organized a variety of fun activities. Actually I liked my stay in Vancouver that much that I am thinking of spending an academic year at this college.”

Jakob Wogrolly (Kumberg, Austria)

“When I arrived in Vancouver my expectation was just improving my English and knows a beautiful city in Canada, but since my first day in the Canadian College of English Language I noticed that period in Vancouver will be one of the best experiences in my life. I met in Canadian College of English Language something beyond my expectation, so it was possible learning English in a friendship environment that allowed make friends from different countries and cultures.”

Jose Geraldo Pinto (Brasil)

CCEL Contacts


Canadian College of English Language #450-1050 Alberni St. Vancouver, BC, V6E 1A3, Canada

Phone: 604.688.9366 Fax: 604.688.9322

Jim Clark

Lane Clark

Zach Taylor

Michelle Ronback

Danira Gutierrez

Jeremy Clark

Mila Lugovska

Joey Spitale

Samer Shahin

Wes Hawrysh

Shoji Kuwayama

Michelle Hoppener

Yujin Song

Beck Lamb

Kunal Rathour

Sue Reveler

President & Owner

Marketing Director

Latin American Marketing

Eastern European Marketing

Middle East Marketing

Asian Marketing Director

Korean Marketing

Indian Marketing


Academic Director

Creative Director /China Marketing

Social Events Coordinator

Career Services/Work Placement

Accommodation Coordinator

Student Services Coordinator


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Training Manual CCEL  

2011 Agent Training Manual Canadian College of English Language #450-1050 Alberni St. Vancouver, BC, V6E 1A3, Canada Phone: 604.688.9366, Fa...

Training Manual CCEL  

2011 Agent Training Manual Canadian College of English Language #450-1050 Alberni St. Vancouver, BC, V6E 1A3, Canada Phone: 604.688.9366, Fa...