Year Abroad

Immerse yourself in a foreign High School or Primary School and experience how they study in other countries. From one month to an entire academic year, you can advance your primary, secondary, or advanced education abroad. You’ll discover that each country has its own culture and traditions, usually different from your own, though neither better nor worse. Just different. And now the best part: you’ll learn to care for yourself and solve problems, even if you have never been away from your parents before. Choose where you want to study, for how long (four to six weeks, one trimester, one semester, or a full year), and your course of studies and enjoy the culture and traditions of your chosen country. Make friends for life!

Study abroad for a month, a semester, or a full year

Enrolling in an English- or French-speaking school, or a native school of another language, isn’t just the best way to learn a language and become bilingual, it’s also a once-in-a-lifetime experience for the students to get totally immersed in a foreign culture. Whether you want to spend a month, a semester, or a year abroad, we will take care of the organization: choosing a school, an appropriate calendar, and course of studies.

We help advise families in choosing the immersion that best fits their needs and desires.

The first step is to decide if the student wants to study for a few months or a full year, and we will advise, based on that, the best course for him or her. We can also help in choosing the country (Ireland, the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada…) We will take care of housing (with host families or at a boarding school), transportation, and will provide a full orientation prior to departure.

When you arrive, highly-qualified professionals will be monitoring the situation, including making periodic check-ins with the student and sending the family reports so that they know their child is being well cared-for. Our students’ welfare is our most important concern. At the end of the program, we will also work to ensure that any courses taken abroad are properly credited in the student’s home country.