GEOS Language Academy was first established in 1973 with the goal of furthering international communication through English language education. With over 35 years of experience, 12 schools in North America, and a network of over 500 schools internationally, GEOS Language Academy offers a variety of courses catering to all academic goals and needs! Let our Full-Time and Intensive Comprehensive English Program teach you all the skills and nuances for successful English communication. Let our TOEFL, TOEIC, and IELTS Test Preparation Courses give you the leg up in university; and our Internship and Work & Study Programs prepare you for exciting career opportunities. With 6 GEOS schools in Canada, students can learn English, enjoy the differing cultures of Canada’s most desirable cities, and have the adventure of their lives.
With a population of over five million, Toronto is one of the most multicultural cities in the world. In fact, almost 40% of the population is comprised of visible minorities. English Courses in Toronto are ideal because of the city's friendly people and it's world-renowned reputation as it is one of the safest and cleanest cities in North America. With four definite seasons, Toronto is a city of temperature extremes and cultural diversity.
Toronto is also home to a number of established universities and colleges, including the largest university in Canada, the University of Toronto. This, combined with rich ethnic diversity, means that Toronto offers truly dynamic night-life and boasts a tempting array of restaurants. Students of the Adult English Courses in Toronto will have countless opportunities to explore the various ethnic communities, neighborhoods, and areas of interest within the city.Recommended places to visit while participating in English Courses in Toronto include the Downtown Core, museums, art galleries, the CN Tower, Ontario Place, Harbourfront, and Casa Loma. Depending on the season, weekend excursions include a canoe trip to the heart of Algonquin Provincial Park, a bus trip to the Canadian side of Niagara Falls, skiing at Blue Mountain or a weekend trip to Ottawa. Toronto is also host to over 30 film festivals a year and other international cultural-events so students will have lots to do when classes are finished for the day.