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Ontario - Oakville and Burlington
School:Bronte Language Centre

We invite you to join us in Canada to study in beautiful Bronte, Oakville and Burlington, on the shores of Lake Ontario. Bronte Language Centre, is dedicated to providing the highest quality intensive English courses where the emphasis is on communication. We offer each student an additional study plan to help you learn as quickly as possible. Individual attention is our first priority enabling you to learn the English skills most important to you.

Oakville is a city of about 135,000 people. There are three harbours, many parks, shops, malls, libraries, cinemas, theatres, clubs, beaches, museums, galleries, sports facilities, cafés, bars and restaurants. There is the popular Waterfront Festival during June with other celebrations and parades at different times of the year. This is a wonderful place to live and study English. Oakville is a lovely, safe area with a high standard of living. We are a small and friendly Language Centre situated a few minutes walk from the lake, parks, post office, banks, pharmacies, shopping malls, coffee shops, cafés, fast food shops, stores and services. Oakville is about 30 minutes by car or 40 minutes by train from Toronto and an hour from Niagara Falls and the US border.

Burlington is a city of about 140,000 people located on the shores of Lake Ontario, adjacent to Oakville. Burlington is 40 km from Toronto (one hour by train) and a 45 minute drive from Niagara Falls and the US border. The city is known for its Royal Botanical Gardens, waterfront trails, and scenic views of the Niagara Escarpment. In summer, the city is popular for its festivals, beach, waterfront park, and intimate down-town atmosphere. The best part of Burlington downtown is its accessibility. It is possible to walk everywhere - shops, banks, restaurants, cafés, pubs, bars, hotel, motels, library and Burlington Art Centre.

There are many places of interest nearby such as Bronte Provincial Park, Crawford Lake Indian Village, Mountsberg Conservation Area, historic homes and castles as well as everything that Toronto has to offer.

We have an average of 7 students in each class. We have small groups to help you learn and get the attention you need to learn quickly.


All of our teachers are qualified ESL professionals with lots of experience. They are chosen for their personalities as well as their qualifications. We believe that friendly, enthusiastic and patient teachers are essential and they want your stay to be happy and educationally rewarding.

When you arrive you will take a test to discover your level and to help your teacher prepare your individual study plan. Upon completion of the course we give you a Bronte Language Centre Certificate.

We offer lessons for students of all ages. Most are between 17 and 50. At different times of the year there is a separate group for teenagers as well as private lessons or specially arranged group lessons for children.

French, Spanish, mathematics, computer studies, leadership and childcare courses, art, various sports and activities can be arranged if required

We will meet you at Toronto Airport and take you to your host family. There is a charge of CA$65 pick up fee and $50 return

We organize an optional social program for our students with movie nights, games nights, karaoke at the local pub - 19+, picnics, sailing, barbecues, trips to Niagara, Toronto and other places of interest. There is an excellent new Y, with swimming pool, gym, team games, rock climbing etc. During January and February we have ice skating, ski days and other snow sports. We have a large video and book library for your use and lots of local and tourist information. We will help you plan your trip to Quebec, New York or visits to other parts of Canada.

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