By HENRIETTE FREESE
We’re excited to announce the relaunch of the VGC Blog! With our new blog, we created a platform for current and future students, interested readers, parents and agents, to inform about various topics around VGC International College, English learning and studying abroad. Integrating our blog to our main website will contribute to make vgc.ca a great source for everyone who wants to learn English in Canada or to find more information about our school and environment.
We are expanding our academic options. Changing our name from VGC Language School to VGC International College earlier this year was one of the first steps. More changes in our programs will be announced soon. With an increasing variety of English programs and customized classes, we want to make sure that each of our students gets the best out of the education we provide. Our blog will be an important platform to communicate these changes.
Here on this blog, you will find weekly posts on a variety of topics such as:
Get informed about everything that’s happening on our campus. Read about our new programs and success stories, learn more about our teachers and staff, get updates on events and announcements at VGC.
Learn about culture, customs, events and facts about this amazing place where our school is located. Find out what’s happening in and around Vancouver, get tips on the best places to visit and eat in the city and learn more about Canadian culture. Vancouver is a dream city and probably the best destination to study English in Canada, and here you will learn more about it!
Here is where you’ll get useful recommendations for you to make the most of your experience and an English student. You’ll find tips related to living abroad and your English studies as well as English as a Second Language (ESL), bilingualism and many fun facts.
Read about current or former VGC students – why they chose to learn English in Vancouver, what their goals are and what they enjoyed the most about their experience studying in Vancouver. Written by our own students, these stories will give you a better insight about what your own experience may look and feel like.