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Meet Australia’s cooler cousin and study in Canada!

When describing typical attributes of Canadians, it is not uncommon to hear an Australian liken our own culture with that of Canadians – easy-going, friendly, a similar sense of humour, and a love for sport and the great outdoors. But how on earth do they put up with the cold?!

Did you know that Canada’s lowest recorded temperature was -63 C? It’s hard to imagine! But the cold isn’t an excuse to stay indoors; Canadians excel at winter sports like snowboarding, skiing and, of course, ice-hockey!

Like Australians, Canadians enjoy a large amount of personal space, with an average of only three people per square kilometer (Australia has two). Canada is divided into two parts – English speaking and French speaking (Quebec). Canada is also home to many famous festivals such as the Montreal Jazz Festival, Montreal Comedy Festival, and the Toronto Film Festival.

With so much to do if you decide to study in Canada you’ll be sure to find something for you!

Did we mention the food? You can also look forward to tasting legitimate Canadian maple syrup and their world-famous ‘poutine’.  Poutine is hot chips, gravy and cheese-curds. Sounds average – TASTES AMAZING!

So if you’re keen for a taste of the Canadian cuisine why not study abroad in Canada?


Student Exchange

Choose between English or French-speaking Canada on a WEP student exchange program! You’ll live with a volunteer host family and attend a local school.

Study Abroad: English-speaking Canada

On a WEP study abroad program, you can choose from one of the following regions:

Alberta: This Canadian province is known for national parks and diverse landscapes.

School districts: Red Deer

British Columbia: Home to Vancouver, this province sits in western Canada and stretches all the way up to Alaska.

School districts: Saanich, Central Okanagan, New Westminster, Sea to Sky, Rocky Mountain.

Nova Scotia: On the east coast of Canada, Nova Scotia is famous for lobster and shipwrecks.

School districts: Nova Scotia

Ontario: Ontario is lake country! It’s also where Toronto (Canada’s largest city) is.

School districts: Lambton Kent, Upper Grand, Ottawa-Carleton.

Upcoming Exchanges

Student Exchange: French-Speaking Canada

Departure Duration Fee Application Deadline
January 2022 Semester $ 12,250 4 August 2021

Study Abroad: English-Speaking Canada

Departure Duration Fee Application Deadline
November 2021 Short Term $ from 10,150 20 July 2021
February 2022 Semester $ from 14,850 4 August 2021
February 2022 Short Term $ from 10,150 4 August 2021

The above program fees are valid until 31/12/2021. Application deadlines are subject to change.

Included Extras

For August French-speaking programs, a nine-night arrival language and culture program in Montreal.

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