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Eurocentres Toronto Takes to the Field

On January 17th, over 20 Eurocentres Toronto students signed up to play indoor soccer while more than 20 other students turned up as spectators to cheer on their friends and classmates. Prior to the match, rival students showed off their ball skills, trying to intimidate their opponents. The two teams were captained by Yuta from…

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Eurocentres Toronto – Confidence Booster

By Karla del Socorro Bobadilla Islas I worked as an Auxiliary Administrator in the Government of Campeche, Mexico, but I wanted to change my life and my job. I want to work in administration and change industries. So, I decided to improve my English and made the decision to come to Canada to study English…

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Eurocentres Toronto Tree Trimming Tradition

In order to prepare for the holidays, many Canadians like to put up festive decorations. One of the most favourite of these decorations is the Christmas Tree, which is not only a beautiful icon of Christmas but a great time for everyone to get together and show off their special flair. At Eurocentres Toronto, our…

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Potluck Lunch – a Favourite Activity

Potluck is a favourite activity for students and staff at Eurocentres Toronto. It involves everyone bringing and sharing food from their home country. It is always a special treat to try something that your friends or teachers have made. On Friday, November 10th, there were delicious dishes, sweet and savory prepared by budding chefs from…

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Annual Halloween Bash at Eurocentres Toronto

Halloween is celebrated on October 31 every year. People get dressed up and go out at night knocking on doors asking for candy. The words “Trick or Treat!” can be heard throughout the night in Toronto. The Eurocentres Toronto Annual Halloween Bash was another successful turnout! Many students got dressed up and stayed in full…

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Eurocentres Takes a Stab at Pumpkin Carving

Every Halloween, Canadians take part in the very popular tradition of pumpkin carving. People buy pumpkins and carve scary faces and ghoulish images on them and usually illuminate them with tea lights. For many Eurocentres Toronto students, this was the first time they carved a pumpkin, which made our pumpkin carving contest all the more…

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Students Go Head to Head in the Eurocentres Toronto Ping Pong Tournament

Eurocentres Toronto is not only about excellent classes. Ping pong is very popular amongst Eurocentres Toronto students! Every day during breaks and after school, students come together and play the sport, even if it is only for 10 minutes! That’s why on Friday, October 20th, students from many nationalities participated in our Eurocentres Toronto Ping…

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Lambton College – Pathway Partner

International students can access a world class education at an affordable price at Lambton College! Lambton College’s Main Campus is located in Sarnia, South Western Ontario approx. a 3 hour drive from Toronto. There are also smaller campuses in Toronto and Mississauga with fewer programs on offer. On top of an exceptional eduction, students will…

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Toronto School Newly Renovated

This July, Eurocentres Toronto opened the doors to our eagerly-anticipated newly-renovated space.  Excited students had been trying to catch sneak peeks of the area for weeks leading up to the reveal and were thrilled finally to get a chance to explore the new facilities and have classes in the expanded premises. The stylish and modern…

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Bluffer’s Park Beach!

This past week (September 4th – 8th), a group of Eurocentres Toronto students had a somewhat unusual opportunity to learn English in “real-time”. You see, Ms. D’s Upper Intermediate class had just begun a new chapter (unit 11) and the main topic of the lesson was on SEVERE WEATHER – yup, you guessed it! –…

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