Free 2018 International Student Handbook
Located in the southern part of Ontario, London is one of Ontario's largest public education bureaus. It was formed in 1998 by the merger of the former four old school districts. The Education Bureau has 154 primary schools and 30 secondary schools, providing education from kindergarten to high school. The total number of students in the school is about 80,000. The Education Bureau has a high level of education. Graduates from the Bureau of Education have maintained good results in their studies at universities. Graduates will receive a diploma from Ontario. Three of London’s 12 high schools offer credit classes and English as a Second Language (ESL) courses.
London is located 200 kilometers south of Toronto, the largest city in Canada. The city of London is quiet. There is the famous University of Vaystown in Canada (formerly known as the University of Western Ontario). The learning environment in London is safe, friendly and convenient. The school's teaching covers not only academic courses but also a variety of extra-curricular activities to help students develop in an all-round way. The Bureau of Education provides good educational facilities, including the latest computer hardware and software equipment. The education bureau offers courses such as: ESL, Applied Research and Art, Environment, Modern Language/English, Mathematics, Science, etc.
The school will report the results of the students to parents on a regular basis and maintain good communication with parents. The results of each class of the students are determined by the usual grades and the final exam. They reflect the students' learning more scientifically and truly.
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
Application fee: $ 250
Tuition: $ 13,500/year; $ 12,200/year
Homestay fees (including guardianship, meals and medical insurance): $ 9,600/year
The Thames District Public Education Bureau does not provide accommodation for students. Students need to find homestay families.