http://www.facebook.com/kgicgroup#!/kgicgroup KGIC – KGIBC-CTC Vancouver Campus･･･・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ Active and lively campus, in the middle of a city Vancouver is a beautiful city which is rich in nature and surrounded by majestic･･･・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ mountains and the pacific ocean. It has been chosen as the most liveable city in the world for many years, excelling in all aspects. Vancouver Robson Campus is on Robson Street which is part of the downtown core of Vancouver. The campus is located next to Empire Landmark Hotel and a lot of shops and cultural facilities are near by. This is the best location to enjoy shopping and cultural experience. Also, located a 10-minute walk from Stanley Park, you can see the･･･・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ beautiful coast line and enjoy rollerblading. We are sure that you will spend quality time not only at Robson Campus but also outside of school. The Campus is originally designed for KGIC which makes it ideally suited to international students. ≪ Location≫ Ar e a： British Columbia, Vancouver In the middle of downtown, Vnaoucver #201-1400 Robson St, Vancouver, BC V6G 1B9 Tel: 604-608-1135 / Fax:604-608-1132･･･・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ Su r ro Skytrain Station----------- u n d in 10-minut walk Bus Stop-------------------- g 1-minute walk Shopping Area, Bank--- Ar e a ： Cafes, Fast Food 5-minute walk restaurants ---------------- 3-minute walk Restaurants---------------- 1-minute walk The street in front of school Beahes,Stanley Park --- 10-minute walk･･･・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ ≪ Cam pu s Inf or ma tion ≫ The number of students： Average 350 students (ESL 2012) Nationalities ： Saudi Arabia, Korea 、 Taiwan 、 Japan 、 China 、 Mexico 、 Brazil 、 Venezuela Ecuador、Chilly, Turkey, Austria, Spain, Russia, France, Germany, Belgium, Thailand, India School Facilities： Kitchen, Student Lunge, Wi-Fi ,Computer room International Staff： Yes･･･・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ ≪ Rob so n Str ee t≫ Main Street Vancouver The most popular shopping street in Vancouver which has cosmetic shops, accessory shops and popular brand shops such as LuLu Lemon, Club Monaco and Roots. There are also many restaurants, cafes and pubs on the street. When you arrive in Vancouver, Robson street is the first place you should explore! http://www.robsonstreet.ca/
http://www.facebook.com/kgicgroup#!/kgicgroup KGIC – KGIBC-CTC Vancouver Campus Campus Building Lobby Reception Desk The Campus faces Robson Street The area in front of our reception desk As soon as you enter the school, receptionThe entire floor is originally designed for Equipped with large TV and benches is there. Our bright staff will be there to KGIC welcome you. Student Lounge Information Board StudentsA place for everyone to relax with friends Check out the latest school and Students in the lounge for all over the world activity information You’ll always find a lot of smiles at KGIC Classroom Classroom Activity DeskBoth laughter and serious study fill all the In our bright and spacious classroom, We provide all kinds of information on class rooms you can focus on learning activities and moreThe outside view of our KGIC Staircase KGIC Hallway Students school Wide variety of Information Students pass each other in English Only Rule! The entrance along Robson on display the hallway. You’ll come acros Everything and anything Street variety of students in English, please! Look for the KGIC flag
City of Vancouver Vancouver is surrounded by the pacific ocean and the majestic mountains and known for the entrance to west coast of Canada. It is said that Vancouver which has nature and urban area is the ideal city for tourists. Vancouver was chosen as the most livable city in the world many times, excelling in various aspects such as hygiene, public safety, hospitality, mild weather and friendly people. You can enjoy hiking and adventure experience in Summer and skiing and snowboarding in Winter. You will enjoy outdoor sports all year around. 2010 Winter Olympics and Paralympics were held in Vancouver. Population in Vancouver : 600,000 people Population in Metro Vancouver Are : 2,100,000 people Summer / Winter Average Temperature: 22℃ / 3℃≪Most Liveable City in the World≫Vancouver always places high in “The Most Livable City Ranking” which theEnglish Magazine, Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), publishes every year. It stwas ranked in the 1 place 5 years in a row from 2007 to 2011.EIU’s livablerating quantifies the challenges that might be presented to an individual’slifestyle in 140 cities worldwide. Each city is assigned a score for over 30qualitative and quantitative factors such as publish safety, Health Care,culture, environment, education and infrastructure. ≪A Popular City to Study Abroad≫ Vancouver is one of the most popular cities to study abroad. Vancouver has the most schools in the world. There is great competition between schools which creates the ideal environment for study life abroad. And even bedsides study, Vancouver is known for great adventure. Vancouver has all the facilities to ensure that international students live well and in a friendly city. (The picture on left is a library）≪Stanley Park≫On the west side downtown Vancouver, Stanley Park extends into the oceanas a small peninsula. One of the largest city parks in North America, its areais about 400 hectare.Within the park, there is an aquarium. Museum and very large spaces for restand relaxation. It also has a paved wall (the seawall) around its coastlineperimeter for cycling and rollerblading, etc. From the seawall, there is amagnificent view of city buildings, the Lion’s Gate Bridge and themountainous landscape beyond.。 ≪Winter Sports≫ 30 minutes away from downtown by bus, Grouse Mountain, Cypress Mountain, Mount Seymour, you can access 3 different ski hills. Access to skiing is only 10 minutes away from North Vancouver. The Olympic snowboard half-pipe and mogul competitions took place at Cypress Mountain. Take a weekend to go to Whistler just 2 hours away by car, it is one of the world’s largest ski resort.≪Public Transportation≫Public transportation is mainly bus and sky train. Besides that, there are alsoferries (Sea Bus), West Coast Express train service.Transit Passes work on a zone system. There are 3 zones. Within eachzone, you pay one fare to go anywhere in the zone. Transit Passes are onlyvalid for that month and should be replaced a new on the first of everymonth.
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