Free 2018 International Student Handbook
The Pembiana Road Public Education Bureau (also translated as Pembina Public Education Bureau) operates 33 schools under the Pembina Trails and offers K-12 classes from kindergarten to high school (year 12). - Grade 9 and Grades 10-12. The campus owns and maintains the level of higher education in Manitoba. Each school is recognized by everyone. With advanced school facilities and experienced teachers, the students’ learning and growth environment are fully protected. All schools also have automated library systems and Internet computer labs, and each student’s private email address is also provided.
The Pembina Trails School of Public Education at the Pembina Road Public School Board has the highest quality of teaching and the highest college enrollment rates in Manitoba. Many of these students have received scholarships from major universities in Canada and the United States.
Pembina Road Public School District Pembina Trails School District is located in the center of Canada - the southern part of Winnipeg City, the capital of Manitoba. With a population of about 650,000, it is a multicultural and lively city. The number of people reflects that Canadians have the traditional idea of welcoming residents from all over the world, except that Winnipeg is a transportation transshipment center with a 24-hour international airport. It is also a well-known point of convergence for education. There are two major universities (University of Winnipeg and University of Manitoba). The University of Manitoba combines English and French. There are also several university colleges and one university. The main English school
School District Features:
Seasonal Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter
Participate in Canada’s basic courses with Canadian students
Unique style of Canadian culture
Staying with your host family to increase your English skills
All year long festival events
An experienced team of teachers provides students around the clock
Explore the city or the natural park
Outdoor activities in summer and winter (hockey, golf, skating)
More than 100,000 lakes in the mountains allow students to enjoy canoeing, swimming and fishing
List of Documents
- Application form completed and signed by parents and students
- Academic supplementary information form completed and signed by parents and students
- Student assessment form, officially completed and signed by the original school
- Current and past two years of transcript translation
- Personal Information Authorization Form (applicable to students who have turned 18 at the time of registration)
- Copy of passport home page
- Vaccination notarized
- Guardian Notary, Parent and Guardian
- TOEFL or IELTS report (for 12th grade applicants)
- Accommodation family application form (if applicable)
- All fees payable
1. Submit the above documents and application fees to Admission Office, International Education Services.
2. Once the student is accepted, the acceptance letter and receipt will be sent to the student or student's agent
3. Apply for a Study Visa Study Permit
4. After receiving a study visa, prepare to leave Canada
Reading in high school, excellent grades, under the age of 21 years old.
Application fee: $200
Tuition: $11,000/school year
Medical Insurance: $300/school year
Homestay fee: $ 500
Homestay fee: $700/month (including three meals & room)
The Pembiana Road Public Education Bureau does not provide accommodation for students. Students need to find homestay families.
Manitoba High School Diploma, English Training ESL.
The courses generally provide: English, geography, history, chemistry, physics, languages, arts, business academy, computer science and technology, computer applications, home economics, mathematics, and crafts.
Most of the international students go to classes with local Canadian students. Each school will have a tutor to supervise the international students' study and solve any problems for the students. They will help students adapt to the local living environment and learning style.
Most of the international students study together with local Canadian students. They also value the international importance of the ESL program. They are also approved by the Manitoba Provincial Government to issue a Diploma of International Student Diploma in the Pembina Trails School District. The school is divided into two semesters a year: from the beginning of September to the end of January and from the beginning of February to the end of June, the dates of entry into school are September 1 and February 1. Courses generally provide: English, geography, history, chemistry, physics, national languages, fine arts, business academy, computer science and technology, computer applications, home economics, mathematics, arts, and so on. Each school will have tutors to supervise international students and solve any problems with the students. They will help students adapt to the local living environment and learning styles.