On December 30th, Cloud Nine
College initiated its 2020 winter camp in Vancouver, Canada. Around 40 students
came from Peru and Brazil to learn English and experience the North American
lifestyle. The class started at 9 am and lasted until 3 pm, with various
activities planned in the afternoon and the evening. Students visited Victoria Island
during the weekend and went to Stanley Park for joyous bike rides on sunny
The focus for Cloud Nine College winter and summer camp is for students to come and experience Vancouver and the English language during their school breaks. Some students decide to prolong their stays or come back for more after the event. It is difficult to experience the full package of studying abroad through a 1-2 month program, but the students will be able to understand and experience the culture and its people if they decide to come back.
Cloud Nine College has been in operation for almost 10 years in Vancouver, teaching English and transferring students to different university pathways. We are launching a career training program soon in March 2020 on four different programs:
Cloud Nine College in Vancouver is a vocational college providing several different programs and English training and career training, as well as university pathways. Located in the heart of Vancouver city, CNC serves its students with an excellent study environment with an opportunity to improve and advance their English levels and career opportunities in every corner. They coordinate their programs uniquely in such ways that students can advance their education to the next level in universities and job opportunities.
The Co-op programs are a structured method of combining classroom-based education with practical paid work experiences that are related to the student’s academic field. The Cloud Nine College (CNC) Co-op programs provide students with a solid foundation with the practical skills and knowledge in the field of their study. They not only give students first-hand exposure to the industry while they study but also enable them to become more employable upon graduation.