Interesting proposal for international students


Why choose Canada?

Canada is proud of its multicultural composition and welcomes visitors and newcomers.

The climate in Canada allows students to experience many diverse weather conditions. In Southern Ontario, Kitchener the summers are warm (15 to 30 degrees C) and the winters are cold (-20 to +10 C). Student pilots will experience flying in weather that includes rain, snow, wind, sun, very warm and very cold.

International students have the option of working while they study in Canada. Students may also have the opportunity to gain Canadian work experience after they graduate. Canadian licences are transferable to many different countries, which allows you to save money and gain experience.


Why choose the Waterloo Wellington Flight Centre (WWFC)?

WWFC Flight School is among the largest flight schools in Canada, located one hour west of Toronto in the tri-cities of Kitchener/Waterloo/Cambridge.
The Flight School is open 7 days a week from 7am until 10pm allowing everyone to find a flight time suitable to their schedule.

The School has a fleet of 23 aircraft and 2 Sims available for training. Its airport has daily airline service, with a control tower and multiple IFR approaches, yet the uncontrolled airspace of WWFC practice area is just 5 minutes away!
WWFC Flight School is a non-profit corporation – which means all our profits are re-invested in the business.

WWFC Flight School is a registered Private Career College (PCC#105919), registered with the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities and a designated learning institution for international students on the CIC list.
The school has plenty of experience!  Opened in 1932, many years in the aviation industry.

WWFC offers its International Students the same rates as local students (no hidden fees). The School has been offering a two year diploma program with Conestoga Community College. And a four year degree program with the University of Waterloo.

06/08/2014


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