BLI’s pathway programs allow international students to study abroad at a North-American university, college, or high school. Students develop necessary reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills for fluent English communication. Students also advance academic research, writing, and discussion skills required to study in North America. Attending a North American school makes it easier for international visitors to work legally before and after graduating. A university degree obtained in Canada can lead to a full- or part-time post-university work permit for up to 3 years.
BLI’s Pathways program has partner schools in multiple provinces across Canada and the United States.
BLI helps students get accepted to partner institutions, helps with Visa applications, and provides academic advisement. Applicants to the college or university programs must be 18 years of age and hold a high school degree.