Currently, I do not have enough points for skilled worker immigration (47 will be my score when I graduate college in May 08, but I want to plan well ahead.) My goal is to teach Japanese language at the secondary level (high school) in the Greater Toronto area. Currently, I’m in my third year of a Japanese Language and Literature degree at an American University. Next year, I’ll be doing a full-year study-abroad program, and hopefully graduating in May or August 2008. After that, I would like to move to Canada ASAP.
I know one issue is getting a teaching certificate: in that case, would it be wise/cost effective/possible to do graduate study in Canada? I am already in a lot of financial aid debt which I need to pay off, and most American Universities offer paid Teaching Assistant positions to Graduate students. On the other hand I know studying at the graduate level gives me additional skilled worker points.
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I live in Thailand and I wanna be a Hollywood Actor, Film director/Screenwriter. I’m not rich but I’ve talents, I don’t have enough money to spend for Acting or Film Making School in the U.S.A., where is the best and biggest Film Industry in the world.
It’s much more harder to have the dreams that don’t mesh with what my parents want. They won’t afford me for it so I’ve to try by myself. Why don’t I find a job? It’s impossible to get enough money from PT job in developing country. That’s why I’ve to apply for university.
Applying for Acting or Film in university here is a waste of time. Some said I’d better to try something else that give me more chances to find job in the U.S.A., then start my dreams.
Is it a good way? If it is, so what should I study in university that will give me more chances to work in the U.S.A. or Canada? I also have talented in writing and learning language. Should I apply for B.A. Russian? If you have any idea please let me know
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Rock Goddess* asked:
Okay here goes,
there’s tons of foreign exchange students at my school from like so many diffrant places. But i never hear anything about Canadian teenagers going off and exploring new cultures? Do they even offer it for teens like me? If they do, would i have to travel to a country in that does not use my first language as thier’s? I can speak french fluently but i was thinking more like Australia than the France.
experience, suggestions, ideas??
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Lila F asked:
Hi. I’m thinking of majoring in either english, philosophy, or psychology, and I need to start taking a second language.
I think I’d like to go to grad school eventually, and I’m trying to choose my language wisely. I live in Canada (where French is important), but one day I’d like to live in the States (where Spanish is important.)
But the thing is, I’d really like to study German. It’s not as usable as the other two languages, and I like the language (though it’s also not as culturally interesting to me ad the others.)
Given my interests and goals, what language do you think I should study? Or at least, how would you recommend I choose one?
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I am maybe going to live with my father by the end of the year. He lives in Germany and I live in Montreal, French city of Canada. I will also go to school in Germany if I go live there.
Does anyone know if high schools there are better than the ones in Canada? That’s pretty much the only thing that can really make my choice easier. Soon I will also go to University, what about European universities compared to others? I am not interested in a law or medicine career by the way, I want to go in international business, produce and import things from China and other things that revolves around that.
Sorry if my English is horrible in this question by the way, it’s not my native language and I am not completely concentrated right now.
I live in Canada and my native tongue is English, but I am also learning French in school. By the time I graduate I will be considered fully bilingual. My question is, for those of you who speak many languages, where/how did you learn to speak them. Did you take night classes? Took courses at university? Used software? I am just wondering because I am interested in learning a few other languages (I was thinking Spanish and German).
I m only 12th pass with Science standard from open school but i have better knowledge of english language.and i want to work in Uk,America or Canada can i get job if i work in internation call center 4 some months ???
CrayZ Canadian asked:
I’m interested in maybe pursuing a career in computer science but also study history as a minor. I enjoy sports and it seems that I can get a lot out of going there because I’ll come out knowing a 2nd language and still be in shape.
As a school, is it worth considering going there even though you’re not planning on joining the army after graduating?
I know about Middlebury, but I need info about other schools.
I’d like to go to school in the northeast USA and/or French Canada.
Help, please! (:
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I plan to move to argentina from canada with my 2 kids, to marry and live, legally how hard will this be ?
lynette o asked:
My fiance lived in canada for 16 years , moved back to Argentina, wants me and my 2 kids to move there from Canada to marry and live, what is required legally, language is an issue for my kids mostly. what schools offer english in Buenos Aries? legally can they go to school ?
Hi I am 30 years old Indian Male, wanted to go to Canada and work there. I have Normal school education only. I have Office working experience and English language skills. Can any one guide me how to get the visa OR what are the procedures… please
I am encouraging my children to learn spanish because so many jobs now require you to speak both!
How do you feel should the US continue to have 2 languages? Canada does and other countries….
IT costs alot to teach the spanish kids entering the public school system english and alot of schools dont offer the english kids spanish! but it keeps them from getting jobs.
If Mcdonalds can hire a bilingual teen over one that speaks only english you know who will get hired.
Scott E asked:
Canada and most other states in the Americas recognise them, so why can’t the US? also if official support came about would the government fund schooling in such languages?
sunday morning asked:
I am a Canadian citizen but I live in Italy and I go to an international school. I’m a freshman in high school now.
If I take the IB, does that get me into uni in Canada? Or can I just take the SAT’s?
Oh, and for the IB, there’s that first language thing that you do, what if you don’t have a best language??? Like I can only speak English. I’m learning French, Latin, and next year I’m switching schools and taking Italian beginners.