Sprott Shaw Language College Vancouver Scholarship

Welcome to SSLC Vancouver! Spectacular mountains, beautiful beaches, exciting nightlife, and friendly people, all in a safe and clean setting. Now possible with a 50% StudyCanada scholarship if you take a 12 week English course with SSLC!

Only one StudyCanada scholarship of 50% of the tuition fee available, first come first served!! Only if applied before the end of September 2017. The course needs to be started before the end of 2017. 

SSLC offers quality language instruction to students of all ages. Parents can come with their children and study together at our campus, and also have the option to stay in the same homestay. We also offer ride service from the homestay home to school and back to all students under 17 years of age.

For more information, please contact StudyCanada EU <- click for -mail

Or check out the Sprott Shaw Language College (SSLC), Vancouver, Victoria, Surrey, and Toronto page on this web site

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