Largest City: Saint John
Climate: Warm summers and snowy winters
Major Industries: services, forestry, mining, agriculture
The Inside Scoop: The bilingual province of New Brunswick is one of Canada’s three Maritime Provinces, all of which have recently welcomed a large influx of international students. Atlantic Education International (AEI) manages high school exchange programs for the New Brunswick Department of Education and Early Childhood Development, The agency helps to match international students to programs that best suit their needs and interests.
Atlantic Education International’s Bruce MacDonald has these tips for students interested in coming to New Brunswick: “We are a small, safe province. Students have the opportunity to not only improve their English, but to study French as well. We also have a very strong host family component to our program. For those looking for a safe, comfortable environment for their student or child to study in, New Brunswick is a very good option.”
Academic Opportunities: New Brunswick offers excellent options for students of all levels. Private high schools prepare students for top universities in Canada and beyond, while those interested in coming to learn English or French will be pleased to find many language schools with specialized programs catered to international students.
Fun Fact: New Brunswick enjoys snow every winter–a perfect opportunity to learn to ski or snowboard!
Learn More: http://www.aei-inc.ca/