July 19, 2017 Facebook Twitter LinkedIn

Students from Brazil will be in Canada from July 16 through August 4, 2017 for Canadian Summer Experience for High School Students at King's University College.

The program provides 15 hours of ESL instruction each week led by teachers from Thames Valley District School board. Students will also explore music, drama and photography with Karim Rushdy of The Rap Camp and visit Canadian tourist destinations. 

 Rita Miranda, director of Colegio Batista School is accompanying the students with two other chaperones.

Dr. Sauro Camiletti, Vice-Principal and Academic Dean and Marilyn Mason, Vice-Principal, Enrolment Services and Strategic Partnerships welcomed the group over lunch on Monday, July 17.

Find more information about International studies at King's.