Studying in Canada is being evaluated as an “open” period with a priority visa policy under the CES program, this event has received the attention of many Vietnamese students and students. And for more convenience for students who want to study in Vancouver city, Megastudy has compiled the schools here in the priority visa category.
Vancouver – a large and multicultural, multi-ethnic seaport city.
Vancouver, Canada is voted as the most peaceful and livable city in the world, an attractive destination for many tourists and vacationers. The city’s education system is very developed with many prestigious universities and colleges. Vietnamese students studying in Canada in Vancouver will be given priority to apply for a student visa with a number of schools listed on the CES program – creating favorable visa conditions, easy access to a comprehensive education system of Canada.
Langara College, founded in 1970, is listed among the three largest public colleges in Vancouver, Canada. Langara College trains top links with Canadian and American schools such as University of British Columbia, Victoria University, Saskatchewan University, York University … Langara School has easy access to students of any level of English, students are trained in English knowledge before formal admission and the school is not required to undergo competency tests.
Douglas College is located in Metro Vancouver since 1970, Douglas College is one of the largest public colleges in Western Canada. In addition to a quality English program, Douglas College also offers 4-year bachelor’s degree programs, 2-year Associate Training programs, college programs and a number of other certificate programs.
In addition, you can complete a 2-year University Transfer course at Douglas College and continue to enroll in the 3rd year of a leading Canadian public university. Each year, about 14,000 students attend Douglas College, of which about 950 international students come from 50 countries.
The city of West Vancouver is widely recognized as one of the most beautiful cities in Canada and so the city is often voted as one of the 10 most ideal cities to live in. Vancouver, a coastal port city in the province of British Columbia, Canada, offers stunning natural landscapes such as beaches along the Pacific coast or spectacular views from the top of Whistler Mountain.
Whether you visit this multicultural city for commercial or recreational purposes, there are always activities that you can participate in and enjoy all year round. Imagine waking up early, wearing shoes and sports gear, jogging along the waterfront inside Stanley Park, watching the pillars carved with the totem of Indian Native history. Or if you want moments of relaxation, you can sit on a huge wooden trunk on the sand, listen to the whispering waves and spread your eyes down the horizon into downtown Vancouver.
Do you like seafood? Vancouver is your food paradise with a variety of fresh seafood every day from the Pacific Ocean. Don’t forget to visit the Granville Island Public Market, a market of farmers and fishermen selling all kinds of food and seafood. Imagine you sit outside the third row, sip a bottle of freshly squeezed juice, along with a bowl of fresh oyster soup, grilled squid fish while dropping your eyes on the ships leaving the harbor, sailing down the ocean.
When the sun goes down, step down from the motorboat from Granville Island, make a cruise not more than seven minutes to Yaletown. Yaletown has a vibrant nightlife. This is an elegant, historic area of Vancouver, combining a high-class and vibrant urban space. Here, you can find lots of chic and modern restaurants with bars to enjoy an evening filled with hearty dishes, live music and a variety of cocktails. How a place of vitality! Surely this is the ideal place to meet friends, colleagues or people you know.
Vancouver bordering the Pacific that’s the largest city on the west coast of British Columbia is the third largest city with Canada’s largest port. Vancouver is dubbed the “City of Nature”. This place converges many tourist spots with unique landscapes, cultural, entertainment and entertainment activities held all year round.
From the airport to downtown Vancouver we can take only half an hour by car, roads are so cleaned and especially very quiet because vehicles here never arbitrarily honk. The city of Vancouver is the only place in Canada that does not freeze in the winter.
Vancouver has many beautiful landscapes: rich terrain, in front of the city is a sea with a deep water port, bustling boats, smooth white sandy coast, majestic Grouse mountains, such as covering long fields and narrow. Currently, this city has not had traffic jams and the environment is still quite good, so people often call Vancouver “City of nature”. The mountains around the city come in various fancy shapes, poetic beaches, primeval forests, vast grasslands and dreamy coastal roads that attract visitors who don’t want to leave.
In the heart of the city is the world’s largest urban park – Stanley Park. This is a primeval forest covering an area of 400ha, located on the peninsula with 3 sides adjacent to the sea. The park nourishes many North American brown bears. Beaches that “forbid to feed bears” cannot stop visitors “touching” to throw brown bears to pieces of bread, apples, snacks … Entertainment areas have many different games, including a yard Golf is surrounded by flower gardens Ted and Mary Greig Rhododendron.
In the middle of the park is a rose garden and surrounded by perennial trees. Visiting this place, visitors will be overwhelmed by the colorful beauty, especially in April to September. Visitors can see the view from the hoped stations, the car pulled by the horse to take a breathtaking view, or choose a quiet place to enjoy the tranquility of nature … Near Stanley Park is an oceanographic museum, which protects many rare and precious marine flora and fauna, visitors can see white sharks playing through thick, transparent glass.
The annual number of 150,000 international students studying in Canada can show that Canada now has a huge attraction for international students. Canada is not only rated as one of the highest quality of life in the world but also known as a country with advanced education and class. Not only that, Canada is also chosen as a destination for many international students because of employment opportunities and opportunities to settle in this country.
Let find about student life in Vancouver – Canada’s third largest city.
Vancouver city leads the list of “The most ideal city in the world to live” for many years with stable political, security and green, clean and beautiful living environment. This will be the ideal living environment for international students to experience
Vancouver’s climate is warmer than many other cities in Canada, so many students in Asia choose this city. The average temperature here is about 0-10 degrees C. However, students should pay attention to the erratic changes of the weather and should pay much attention to cold clothes and should bring an umbrella to the person.
Students do not have to worry too much about transportation because in Vancouver, transportation is very convenient. There is always a bus and skytrain here, just a copy of the bus route through the roads, so you can comfortably move around the city. When you get lost you can ask indigenous people, they will be happy to help or you can get maps at skytrain stations as well as in the library.
Warm clothing is essential for them: wearing a head cover, gloves, wearing high boots, and strangling the neck to avoid respiratory diseases. Do not worry too much about the anti-cold clothes on the people because the schools here have a locker cabinet, before entering the classroom, you can put on gowns, gloves and towels here because classrooms also have fireplaces. You should not bring too many cold jackets from your country because cold clothes are sold at reasonable prices and pretty models here.
On summer days in Vancouver, you can wear more cool and cool outfits, but you should also bring a thin or cardigan jacket because sometimes the temperature can get low in the evening and windy.
Travel to Canada – West Vancouver is an area that includes cities and towns that are dubbed “the city of the rich people.” There are many villas in the middle of the forest and facing the sea front. The bedroom window on one side is forest foliage, one on the side overlooking the bay with white marinas characteristic of the upper class.
Do not know whether to call West Vancouver a city or a forest. That is place that we can meet to the forest in the city, the car that runs in the city like the forest. Extremely large primary forests. The red patches of leafy forest The whole area is covered with leaves, which is a symbol on the flag of Canada. The ancient pines were so unpredictable that they were so tall that they were raised like the treble chests of the legendary Indian myths.
On the streets, sometimes we can catch signs of slow cars to avoid stabbing wild animals, signage cars are running through a stream with salmon swim to lay.
Stanley Park is Canada’s largest urban park and is the third largest urban park in North America. This is a primeval forest with an area of 404.9 hectares (1,001 acres) lying in the heart of this city. Not only that, it is far back is the North Shore Mountains with snowy peaks all year round.
Vancouver’s people does not fill the lake, not cut trees. The Vancouver forest covers the city, the city goes through the forest. It’s just a city that feels like living in the forest. there is an urban do not listen to the car horn, whoever gives way, gentle. There is no dust, noisy hustle and bustle, no one loudly, no see pit face pitfalls waiting for bickering. Did not see the shadow police. The cars that crossed the intersection have stopped. It seems that the scene of the forest street, this street creates the personality of people always gentle and fresh.