High School Students
Canada offers affordable education at high academic standard. By adding an international experience to your resume, our students benefit from their experience abroad for years to come.
Study options for High School Students:
Experience high school life and get prepared for college! At the same time, improve your English and/or French communication skills and make everlasting friendships while attending a Canadian high school.
Associate and Bachelor Programs
Those with a high school degree can enjoy quality education at one of the many universities, colleges and technical institutes that Canada has to offer.
SHORT ACADEMIC PROGRAMS AND LANGUAGE COURSES
Parlez-vous français? Learn career-boosting skills, develop a sense of independence, and build self-confidence at short academic programs and language schools in one of the world's safest and most nature-rich countries.
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UStudy helped me to set up an American-style resume, and their application specialists assisted me in composing proper application letters. I also took part in their ACT prep workshops, which led to my ACT test score going up. Without UStudy, I probably would not have succeeded; you have to take care of so many things!
Micha van der Lee
I started dreaming of going to college in the US when I was 12. I got in touch with UStudy and that is how it all began. Now I am a junior at Manhattanville College in New York, where I major in Business management, with a minor in Economics.
My mother encouraged me to go to the GO USA Education Fair.
After talking to Marina about all the different options,
it came down to two places: Seattle or back to California – such a hard decision. I made a list of pros and cons.
That’s when I knew I had to go to Cali.
Anouk de Graauw