Located in both beautiful Winnipeg, Manitoba, and exciting Mississauga, Ontario, Heartland International English Schools continue to offer premiere private English Language educational experiences. Since opening our doors we have welcomed thousands of students from over 60 countries who were looking for a unique experience to learn English in Canada. Our founder and President, Gary Gervais is passionate about learning and you can read his story of starting Heartland here.
We provide comprehensive English programs to help students learn all English skills: reading, writing, listening and speaking. Our program structure allows students to start any Monday, and study for any duration of time. We offer all levels ranging from entry to advanced which ensures that all students are challenged and will improve their English. We have dedicated and experienced administrative and teaching staff who are committed to providing students with a positive and rewarding learning experience.
Our schools are conveniently located in historic downtown Winnipeg and minutes away from exciting Square One in Mississauga. Both locations are close to all major bus routes and amenities including shops, restaurants, and parks.
Our schools have modern classrooms, media rooms, computer and wireless access throughout the schools, and kitchen facilities.
The classroom is only part of our program as we believe strongly in enhancing students’ English learning experiences by providing them with a range of organized activities on Friday afternoons. Our teachers work hard to make sure that we organize activities and events for students that range from artistic to recreational to sporting and ensure that they fit into every student’s budget including many that are FREE.
Does IELTS rate your accent? It doesn’t matter if your accent is in Singaporean English, Scottish English, or Canadian English – you can still get high scores on the test. The reason is that IELTS doesn’t rate you on knowing and using a “perfect English accent” they rate you on your ability to communicate in English. Read the article below to find out four reasons why.