Oxford International Locations
Study in Vancouver
Studying in Vancouver opens up an ocean of opportunities for academic and personal growth as a city that thrives on diversity, rich history, and innovation.
Surrounded by tech giants in downtown
Our Location in Vancouver
Situated in the heart of Vancouver’s bustling downtown district, our campus is immersed in a thriving tech hub, home to global giants like Amazon and Apple. Amidst the urban synergy of creativity and innovation, our location affords exceptional networking opportunities.
Why Choose Vancouver to Study?
Vancouver, the bustling coastal city in British Columbia, Canada, is known for its scenic beauty, dynamic multicultural ambiance, and globally recognized institutions of higher learning.
Our campus in Vancouver offers an array of diploma programs and English Courses with excellent faculty and state-of-the-art facilities. Our education system encourages interdisciplinary learning, fostering a holistic approach toward international education that is highly sought after by employers globally.
- Over 2,750,000 employment in April 2023
- Access the Silicon Valley of Canada where tech giants exist
- Estimated 1,000,000 job openings by 2032
- Nestled between the Pacific Ocean and the North Shore mountains
2. Popular English Courses in Vancouver
Vancouver, with its multicultural environment, is a fantastic place for international students to improve their English skills. One of the most popular English courses in Vancouver is the General English course.
Check our different English Courses below to find the most suitable program for yourself.
- English Courses for adult students (ESL)
- Summer Camps in Vancouver
- IELTS Preparations
- English Programs for Junior Students
- Year-around groups for English learning
Costs of Studying in Vancouver
Like any major city, studying in Vancouver comes with its costs. The tuition fees at Vancouver colleges and universities are competitive compared to other major educational hubs in Canada and globally. Remember, though, that the cost of education is an investment in your future!
Check the estimated cost for education in Canada for international students.
* Tuition fees may vary for each school in Vancouver
1. How is the weather in Vancouver?
Vancouver has a mild, oceanic climate. You can expect warm and dry summers with temperatures averaging around 20-25°C. Winters in Vancouver are cooler and wetter, with temperatures hovering around 0-7°C, but it rarely snows in the city. The weather is usually mild compared to other Canadian cities, making Vancouver a comfortable place for international students to study.
2. What support services are available for international students in Vancouver?
Colleges and universities in Vancouver provide numerous support services for international students. These include academic advising, counseling services, career services, language support, and orientation programs to help students acclimate to life in Canada. Some institutions also offer housing assistance and financial aid services specifically tailored to the needs of international students.
3. Are there opportunities for cultural exchange in Vancouver?
Absolutely! Vancouver is a multicultural city with residents from all around the globe. Many colleges and universities host cultural exchange programs, international festivals, and social events, allowing you to share your culture and learn about others. Plus, the city itself offers numerous cultural attractions, from art galleries to ethnic food festivals, promoting a rich, diverse cultural experience.
4. How Safe is Vancouver for Students?
Vancouver is generally a very safe city for students. The city has a low crime rate and a friendly atmosphere. Most universities and colleges also provide campus security services. Of course, like in any city, it’s important to be aware of your surroundings and take general precautions. But overall, students in Vancouver can focus on their studies and enjoy their time in the city with peace of mind.