9 things you should know about learning English at CSLI and Vancouver

Francoise

This post is for future talent at CSLI. After reading the blog impartially, here’s what to know about life in Vancouver and at CSLI from a French man “in exile” for two months in Vancouver. 1 – Lose your habits to speak your native language in CSLI otherwise it will be given a yellow card  This is the best way Read more…

CSLI Writing Class – English Class in Vancouver

Student - Melissa (Mexico)

How I improved my writing in English at CSLI Taking a Writing class is one of the best options that you can decide on at CSLI to improve your English skills. CSLI’s Writing Course is a 4-week programme which contains 4 writing tasks, one each week—letter, process description, essay and email. I find this programme Read more…

Fork and Knife or Chopsticks?

As we know, fork and knife are almost irreplaceable items when we are talking about eating all the daily meals in the Occidental part of the globe; as we also know that chopsticks are as much important for the daily meals of the Oriental part of the globe. One of those days I went with Read more…

CSLI Teen Program

Melissa

Hi! My name is Melissa and I’m 16 years old and I’m from Brazil. I went to Vancouver last year. Maybe you are reading this because you are planning to go to Vancouver, but you are still not sure about it.  So I hope I can encourage you to go sharing my experience there. First Read more…

My English Learning Experience at CSLI

Maisa

Helpful, friendly and knowledgeable staff; creative and open-minded teachers; dynamic classes… not only did I had the opportunity to considerably improve my English, but also get in touch with remarkably interesting people from different parts of the world. Thought provoking discussions and absolutely useful test tips – among many other things – made my time Read more…