Courses and accommodation
Late arrivals/early departures
You are expected to arrive and leave on the date set by the educational institution. Late arrivals and early departures are not permitted.
A typical day consists of a minimum of three hours of class time, two hours of workshops, and some sociocultural activities. A language pre-test will be administered either on-line before you begin the course or at the beginning of the course to determine your proficiency level and assign you to the right group. A post-test will be administered at the end of the course to assess your progress. Your full participation is expected.
Supplies to bring with you
All learning materials are supplied by the educational institution. However, you must provide your own supplies, such as pens, pencils, notebooks, binders, and paper. Your host institution will give you a list of supplies to bring with you.
Each program offers its own activities and workshops. Your daily schedule will be intensive, with many structured activities on evenings and weekends, so prepare to be busy for your entire three-week stay. Please refer to the course calendar that your host institution will provide you.
You will be staying in a student residence. There will be rules and guidelines to follow, and respect for your peers, for your host family, and for property is expected from you at all times. Bursary recipients who fail to comply with the institution’s rules may be asked to leave the program.
Each participating Destination Clic educational institution has a policy about using the target language. These CMEC-approved policies are provided to students in writing prior to the start of the course. Students who fail to comply with these rules may be asked to leave the program.
Kids Help Phone
If you find yourself in need of help during the Destination Clic program (or at any other time), Kids Help Phone is a great resource.