Greystone College is a private vocational school established in 2002, and is proud to deliver premier quality career and vocational training in a stimulating, cross-cultural environment. It offers vocational training programs in Business, Tourism and Hospitality, Interpreting and Translation, and TESOL, and have location in Vancouver, Toronto, and New Delhi. Students who train at Greystone College enjoy a supportive, challenging and dynamic learning experience, and leave with career skills that enable them to complete and succeed in the changing global market.
As a College focused on delivering programs with hands-on practicum and co-op experiences, it recognizes the importance of hiring instructors with real-world industry experience who understand local realities and current trends. The instructors have spent time working in the field and can provide students with both theoretical and experiential knowledge. They are deeply passionate about their subjects, as well as their students’ success.
Greystone College is affiliated with top-ranked and globally-recognized associations, as well as provincial and/or federal accrediting bodies. Together these organizations ensure that the programs meet established and recognized industry training standards, and that the college offers a high quality of education and student support. It is a part of the ILSC Education Group, which has been offering students quality language learning and vocational training programs since 1991.
The College works hard to educate students on environmental stewardship during Earth Month, and year round. It also facilitates waste reduction through smart campus design choices that encourage effective recycling and composting among the student body. A new initiative to move from printed textbooks to tablets is set to further reduce waste and help students go paperless.
Greystone College campuses are strategically well located in Vancouver, Toronto, and New Delhi. Host city of the 2010 winter Olympics, Vancouver is consistently ranked as one of the best cities in the world to live in. It's also the largest city in Western Canada, and Canada's largest port, making it an important hub for both trade and tourism.
Home to the second largest French-speaking city in the world, Montréal has earned an international reputation for its arts and design. Experience all that Montréal has to offer through a variety of cuisines, music festivals, boutique shopping, and European architecture– discover the “joie de vivre” of this magical city first-hand.
New Delhi is India’s vibrant and bustling capital, a young metropolis, built upon the remnants of ancient cities. New Delhi is a fascinating mix of historical monuments and modern high-tech industry, colourful nightlife and fabulous shopping and dining options, truly a feast for the senses.
Toronto is Canada’s centre of business, and many of Canada’s major companies and Canadian branches of international companies are headquartered here. Toronto is also Canada’s centre of banking and finance.
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