Toronto

Accommodation

Homestay Accommodation

Many students choose homestays to further increase their exposure to the English language and Canadian culture. Living in a homestay also provides you with the comforts and warmth of living in a kind and supportive family. Living in a homestay will allow you to practice your newly developed language skills with English speakers.

 Accommodation Highlights:

  • Live and learn Canadian culture with a family.
  • Great for short or long term stays.
  • All meals provided by host family.
  • 15 to 60 minutes from campus.
  • Arranged by the OHC English accommodations department.
  • Homestays inspected and monitored.
  • Variety of needs and requests can be met.
  • All OHC Toronto Homestays are inspected and continuously monitored by our Accommodation Coordinator to ensure your comfort in the Homestay 

The number of Homestays which can offer double rooms and/or private bathrooms is limited. These rooms are available on a first come, first serve basis. Double occupancy means two people that book together sharing the same room and bed.

For more accommodation options please contact info@ohcEnglish.com 
 

Half Board 16+

Half Board 16+

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Full Board 16+

Full Board 16+

Other Options

 

Casita

OHC has partnered with Casita to provide a variety of residential accommodation options. Find the best selection of student accommodation near OHC Toronto. Casita helps you choose from student housing across a wide selection of rooms, amenities and rates: https://www.casita.com/OHC-Toronto

Testimonials

"I’ve been her 4 months and have had an amazing experience. I’ve met and made friends with many people from countries like Japan, Spain, Brazil, Korea, Saudi Arabia, France, Argentina and Venezuela. I have also learned a lot about their cultures. Each week there are many activities to do where you can interact and practice your English skills. Our teachers are from Canada and all of them are so kind.

I have now improved my English very fast and I feel very happy that when I go back to Mexico I can get a very good job."

Yessica from Mexico