​Explore Canada English Program
Have you a goal to improve your English communication?  Do you wish to engage in English while you learn, and explore?  Tulip Canada follows the Cambridge Methodology, which is the most effective educational tool to learn and improve one’s English language.  Our program matches in class sessions outdoor activities to expand one’s listening and speaking skills which will then be transcribed into written assignments based on the learning and exploratory activities in Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal and Halifax.  

Our daily classes lead by professional English teachers helps develop and expand both listening and speaking skills as well as reading and writing skills.  Fluency and practice helps to improve English proficiency.  Our classes use an integrated skills approach which focuses on improving speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills through a variety of communicative activities including group discussions and role plays as well as the use of authentic materials publications, print media, and community engagement.


Our goal is to improve one’s English skill while building the confidence to communicate effectively for daily life, and examination efforts.  Our commitment is to support and help out students reach their goals.  It’s is about matching fun, laughter in any learning while engaging with others, and exploring the Canadian surroundings. 

Evaluation and Certificate
At the end of the Explore Canada English Program students receive a personalized evaluation and a certificate.


For additional information, please contact us at register@tulipca.ca. 

Tulip Canada

English Summer Program 2018


Our Summer Program begins in Toronto and ends in Halifax.  Students can join an intensive two-week course in Toronto with 60 hours of in and out of class sessions, or join a summer adventure, which combines Learning English and exploring Canada.  

Students will enjoy their experiences learning English while savouring campus life at on the University of Toronto, University of Ottawa and Dalhousie University in Halifax.  There is a brief one-night stay in a hotel in downtown Montreal to share in its history, nightlife and culture.  Students will board a train with a sleeping car to witness the beauty of the Canadian landscape and its eastern provinces, making the stop overs at the universities both memorable experiences, fostering friendships and exploring the landscape of each historical city. 

Age: 19+
Schedule:  Summer 4 weeks
Dates:  August 6 to August 31
Morning Sessions: 9 am to 12 pm in class
Afternoon Sessions: 2 pm to 5 pm out of class community or activity, including assignment
Minimum Level Required: Intermediate


Teach. Learn. Explore.