http://www.facebook.com/kgicgroup#!/kgichalifax KGIC Halifax Campus･･･・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ Small town in eastern Canada where Canadian wants to live！･･･・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ Halifax is highly ranked every year as the town where Canadian wants to live. It is a small town in eastern Canada and you can have a relaxing and comfortable life here. Going to Prince Edward Island or other sightseeing spots in Eastern Canada is what you can enjoy on weekends. Halifax has not been a well-known place yet for international students so if you prefer the place where there are less international students, Halifax is the best city for you. Halifax Campus is located in the center of downtown. It takes a few minutes to get to waterfront area which is a popular place to relax among locals. You can see Citadel･･･・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ Hill and Parade Square from our campus.. ≪ Loc at io n≫ Ar e a ： Province of Nova Scotia, Halifax Centre of downtown 1791 Barrington St. Halifax, NS, B3J 3K9 Tel: 902-422-5442 / Fax: 902-422-649･･･・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ Su r ro u n d in Bus Stop-------------------- 0 minute walk g Bank------------------------- 0 minute walk Café, Fast Food Restaurant--- 3-minute walk Ar e a ： Restaurant----------------- 1 minute walk Water front----------------- 5-minute walk Shopping Area --------- 5-minute walk･･･・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ ≪ Cam pu s Inf or ma tion ≫ The number of students： 90 students (2012) Nationalities： Saudi Arabia, Korea, Taiwan、Japan、, China、Mexico、Brazil、Venezuela、 Ecuador、Chilly , Peru、 Turkey, Spain、Russia、France、Portugal、Belgium、Thailand、India School Facilities： kitchen、student lounge、Wi-Fi、Computers、large screen TV ≪ Ext ra C las se s abou t Ca nad a≫･･･・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ Halifax campus has an extra class about Canada. You will learn Canadian culture, custom, and tradition. There is also a Resume Writing extra class. You will learn how to write a resume and your resume will be ready by the time you finish taking the extra class for 1 month. You can use that resume if you want to get a job here in Canada.･･･・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・
http://www.facebook.com/kgicgroup#!/kgichalifax KGIC Halifax Campus Campus Building Reception Desk Activity Desk A tall building which has As soon as you enter the school, There are various activities. a bank on the first floor reception is there. Check out Halifax Facebook Our bright staff will there to welcome you. Student Lounge Student Lounge ComputersA place for everyone to relax. with friends A large screen TV and kitchen there Work on presentation, use the internet, from all over the world. You can use them during lunch time Japanese language available classroom Information Board Students In our bright and spacious classroom, Check out the latest school and Bright and cheerful students. students you can focus on learning activity information in Halifax are always full of energy Certificate Activity Activity ESL program certificate Outdoor activities! Outdoor Activities! Everyone can get it when they finish Halifax is rich in nature. Halifax is rich in nature ESL program
City of Halifax City of Halifax is a provincial capital in Nova Scotia in Eastern Canada. It’s a port town which has a beautiful coastal line along the Atlantic. In a quiet and relaxing atmosphere, modern buildings and historical buildings blend in in town. There are forests, lakes and parks and you will enjoy beautiful coastal lines in Halifax. Halifax is rich in nature and is a very attractive city. There are many sightseeing spots in a surrounding area and it tales only 3 hours from Halifax to go to Prince Edward Island which has “Anne of Green Gables” house so you can easily go there on weekends. The population in Halifax : 350,000 people The population in Nova Scotia: 900,000 Summer / Winter average temperature: 21℃ / －7℃≪How to spend time in Halifax≫People tend to think that leisure in Halifax is mainly related to ocean but thereare also many fun spots on town.Clubs, restaurants, open cafes, museums, art gallery, historical buildings,churches and various sightseeing spots are downtown in Halifax. It is a small citybut you will not get bored of living here. 4km boardwalk which is one of thelongest in the world is along Halifax Port. ≪Weekends in Halifax－Enjoy Atlantic Canada ≫ You can easily visit many beautiful small towns in Nova Scotia where Halifax is on weekends or holidays. Take a few hours by car to get to a fashionable town “Lunenburg” which has historical paint houses that are UNESCO-designated world heritage site. Take a day trip to go to Fisherman’s cove and have seafood, and a seaside town “Peggy’s cove” known as a light house.≪Places of Interest downtown in Halifax≫ Halifax Port---------------- Cruise and wild animal watching Halifax Citadel Hill------- Star-shaped fortress.Overlook Halifax Port from there Public Garden------------ Spacious Victorian style garden downtown。 Redeveloped warehouse. Restaurants, pubs and Historic Properties------------ shops are there. Maritime Museum of Provincial museum about Maritime history. Must-see the Atlantic----------------- place Spring Garden Road---------- Main street which has shops, restaurants and pubs ≪Trip from Halifax≫ You can easily visit famous cities from Halifax in Eastern Canada New York--------- 2.5 hours Boston---------- 2 hours Cancun ----------- 5 hours London---------- 5 hours Toronto------------ 1.5 hours Montreal-------- 2hours You can also visit other cities in Canada or other countries. （92 international flights and 393 domestic flights a week from Halifax International airport.）≪Anne of Green Gables≫Visit Prince Edward Island which floats on St. Lawrence bay at the east endof Canada from Halifax.A beautiful Island which has “Anne of Green Gables” stage has red sandbeach, beautiful coastal line, spacious country view and a full of friendlypeople. All the provinces in Eastern Canada are beautiful so take time outfrom study and visit those attractive places.
City of Halifax Halifax Sea Port Halifax Sea Port Many shops at Halifax Sea PortHistoric Properties The oldest building in Halifax Library in Halifax Town Clock Many churches in Halifax Public Garden Open cafes Restaurant near sea port Open cafes overlooking the sea Barrington Street Spring Garden road Town is rich in nature