Program description

School meets street as fast speech, expressions, metaphors, idioms and humour take your English to the next level. Learn the ins and outs of colloquial language in the afternoon after focusing on the essentials in the morning.
Course descriptions
Core 15:

Fluency: students focus on pronunciation and rate of speech
Accuracy: students learn structures and improve accuracy
Application: students interact and develop communicative ability

Slang 3:

Bridge the gap between classroom English and ‘real world’ English. Use audio, video and print material to learn how native speakers use English daily.

Practice 2:

Cultural Activity:

Practice the language and discover Montreal through food, festivals, and fun!


Activate your language skills and build relationships interacting with members of the local community. Leave the classroom and thrive in English.

Club Activities:

Through social activities like playing board games, dining out, hiking, or grabbing a pint, everyone in the full-time language programs can get together, have a good time and activate their language of study.

Volunteer Club:

Under the guidance of our helpful coordinator, students take the initiative and work with local organizations to enrich the community and foster social change.


20 hrs / week

Monday – Friday 10:00-13:00

Core 15

Tuesday & Thursday 13:45-15:15

Slang 3

Tuesdays 15:15-17:15

Club Activities

Wednesdays 15:15-17:15

Volunteer Club

Thursday 15:15-17:15


Fridays 13:15-15:15

Cultural Activity

This program is open to High Intermediate – Advanced levels (2A-1A).  
Start dates

High Intermediate or Advanced
Students may start at any time.


Slang 20 - Tuition

Number of
20 hours / week
1-24300 / week
25+250 / week
- AM class: 8 students max
- Registration fee: 100
- Materials fee: 40
- Prices include all taxes and are in CAD

Student visa eligible program incurs an additional cost of $950*. See Student Visa tab for details.

Student Visa

CLC Montreal Students Seeking a Student Visa:

In partnership with Canada College – accredited by the Ministère de l’Éducation et de l’Enseignement Supérieur (permit #693 550) – CLC Montreal is able to register students for programs from 6 to 12 months. As such, these students are eligible to apply for a Canada Study Permit and the Québec Acceptance Certificate (CAQ).

Conditions include:

  1. registration in a full-time (20+ hours) English and/or French program at CLC Montreal;
  2. sitting two certified tests – IELTS, TEF and/or TEFAQ – at an official Canada College test center; and
  3. maintaining a monthly attendance of 80%+
Registration Fee100
Administrative Fee200
Test Fees(2 x 325)  650
Total: 950

* all prices are in CAD

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