Summer Camp Canada
Summer camp - International Summer Language Camp provides an educational and cultural experience for young people, ages 10 to 17. All classroom instructions, accommodation, meals and activities occur on the world-class campus of Carleton University, in Ottawa, the capital city of Canada.
Since 1980, more than 15,000 participants from all over of the world have enrolled in this program. The primary objective is to offer a world-class learning environment which incorporates education, recreation, and travel in a safe and professional setting.
The summer program concentrates on the development of conversational and written English through formal classroom instruction and social interaction. The excursions included in this program are visits to Toronto, Montreal, Niagara Falls and Ottawa, specially designed to enhance the students knowledge of Canada and North American culture.
The Summer Camps program for international students teaches the Ontario Curriculum (combining Cambridge exam preparation) by our 100% University Certified educators, enhanced with boundless activities, all to aid in strengthening the knowledge of students in the English language and establish a foundation for future North American educational experiences.
2-week Program (14 nights)
This Summer Program begins on July 7. Besides the classroom instructions, the excursions below are included on the weekend,
Weekend 1 Excursion
Ottawa City Tour
This breathtaking tour will provide students with an early awareness of Ottawa’s beauty and will allow them to fully appreciate their temporary home. The city tour will include views of the Parliament of Canada, the Prime Minister’s residence, the Governor General’s Estate, the Byward Market, the Rideau Canal and the Supreme Court of Canada.
Museum of Nature
An ecological voyage into Canada’s past and present.
Weekend 2 Excursion
Located in Montebello, Quebec, a scenic 50-minute drive from Ottawa, this park allows students to experience from the safety of their bus, many species of Canadian wildlife (moose, deer, bear, wolf, raccoon, beaver, etc.) in their natural habitat.
Upper Canada Village
Visit Canada’s finest example of an authentic Canadian heritage village - circa 1850.