Study in Vancouver

Living and studying in Vancouver is a unique experience and has something to offer for everyone, no matter what you are interested in studying or doing.

 

We love living in Vancouver. It is simple. And we want to share some of the reasons you should choose to study in Vancouver.

 

The 5 benefits of living and studying in Vancouver

  1. Climate in Vancouver
  2. Public transportation and safety
  3. Things to do in Vancouver
  4. Food habits
  5. Finding a job in Vancouver

Climate in Vancouver

 

Okay, we won’t lie. It rains here in Vancouver, a lot.  

taken by Ethan Ror - vancouver

 

The city of Vancouver has been re-named ‘Raincouver’ by local people. But the rain becomes part of the charm and personality of the city. It is what makes the city’s natural beauty stand out even more!

 

vancouver after rain

 

During the summer, the temperature can reach 35°C. A perfect opportunity to spend the day at one of Vancouver’s beautiful beaches, or hiking in the great outdoors!

 

taken by Ethan Ror - vancouver

 

vancouver sunny days

 

But even in the coldest months, the temperature does not usually drop below freezing level. Many Canadians even choose to live in BC because it is the warmest part of Canada!

snowy days in vancouvertaken by Ethan Ror - vancouver

gastown vancouver snow

 

We recommend embracing the climate and getting involved in some skiing or snowboarding at the nearby mountains, where you will experience fresh white snow and excellent views of the city of Vancouver.

 

Public Transportation and Safety

 

When you decide to come to Vancouver, you will discover that it is one of the safest places in the world to travel, live and work. It has a low crime rate over all and it is especially good for those who move to Canada alone.

 

If you study and living in Vancouver then you will quickly realize that the public transport system is convenient, safe and generally very reliable.

 

You can buy a Compass Card at the Skytrain stations and head out on your adventures around Metro Vancouver by Skytrain or Bus! Find out more here translink.bc.ca

 

There are also great connections to Vancouver Island and even to Seattle.

You can check out the best routes to these great places here:

 

Viarail.ca

Bcferries.com

boltbus.com

 

Things to do in Vancouver

 

There is really something for everyone. Whether it is hitting the hiking trails, snowboarding at an Olympic mountain resort, shopping at one of the many malls or celebrity spotting in Downtown Vancouver.

 

You will make a lot of new friends when you study in Vancouver. Here are some of our favourite local places that you can visit together: 

 

  1. Granville Islandgranville island vancouver
  2. Stanley Parkstanley park vancouver
  3. Grouse Mountaingrouse mountain vancouvergrouse mountain vancouver
  4. Lynn Canyon Suspension Bridgelynn canyon
  5. Whytcliff Parkwhytcliff park vancouver

 

When you decide to live and study in Vancouver, you will quickly discover new experience, achieve new goals and make friends for life.

 

Food Habits in Vancouver

 

Living in Vancouver would not be complete without Brunch! It comes somewhere between breakfast and lunch and we can guarantee that it will make you happy.

 

If you see a line up outside a restaurant or cafe, it is probably because people are waiting for brunch. It is a great way to get your new friends together and share some quality time. And the best thing is, there are usually free coffee refills!

 

Finding a Job in Vancouver

 

When you choose to study in Vancouver, you will quickly realize that the city welcomes immigrants and international students from all over the world.

 

It is known worldwide for its natural beauty, diversity and great lifestyle, so it is understandable that people want to make a life and study in Vancouver.

 

British Columbia has the second highest immigrant population compared to any other province Canada. According to an official report in 2016, a total of 1,292,675 immigrants made B.C. their home, representing 17.1% of Canada’s total immigrant population.

 

Most new immigrants are between the ages of 25 and 44.

 

Those who choose to study in Vancouver will be happy to know that ESL students in Canada, on average, have a great opportunity of being accepted to a university.

 

Vancouver, BC has the highest employment rate in Canada, with unemployment being only 4.2% – the lowest in the whole country!

 

https://www.workbc.ca/Labour-Market-Information/Regional-Profiles/British-Columbia

 

No matter what your professional background is, you will be sure to find work in Vancouver. Especially with the support of Cornerstone College staff, who make it a personal mission to help you find a job in Vancouver.

 

There is always an adventure to be had when you are living Vancouver.

taken by Ethan Ror - vancouver

Health insurance services are very important for international students and do not forget to learn how to apply for MSP in Vancouver!

 

Get in touch with us to find out how you can study in Vancouver and start your new journey. 

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