Learn English or French in a historic city


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Find Your New Voice in Montréal

Founded as a language school in 1997, LCI Language School Montréal is accredited by Languages Canada and shares a modern campus with LaSalle College in downtown Montréal. Our campus is conveniently located in a district known for shopping, restaurants and cafés – all within walking distance of Montréal’s subway network.


Our dedicated teachers and staff will guide you through the learning process and offer support to help you meet your goals. Improve your language skills and make new friends in this vibrant and friendly campus now

Discover Classes in a Diverse Setting

French is Quebec’s official language, but Montréal is essentially bilingual. In fact, 50% of people in this city speak English and French fluently, which makes it the ideal city for learning a new language.
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Learn English while exploring Montréal

At LCI Language School, we believe learning is most effective when you are relaxed and connected to your community. Our daily extra-curricular activities help you get to know your classmates, so that you can explore your new city with friends. Your LCI Language School Montréal teacher will also take you to art galleries and exciting attractions to practice your English or French and discover the best of Montréal and beyond.

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Montréal: City of Festivals

Montréal is home to a rich, diverse art and cultural scene with a European vibe. Montréal balances old-world beauty in a new world economy and is home to more than 100 annual festivals and public events. This diverse celebration of arts and culture, along with the cosmopolitan feel and cutting-edge teaching techniques, all make Montréal the perfect city to learn English or French. From an economic perspective, Montréal is an international financial and banking centre renowned for its manufacturing sector and its expertise in high technology. The cost of living in Montréal is relatively lower than in other cosmopolitan cities.
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How to Prepare for Your Arrival

Preparing Your Arrival

It's wise to arrive a few days before the beginning of your English or French language program in Montréal. Allow yourself enough time to get familiar with the city and its transportation system, move into your accommodation, and set up cell phone service if required. Learn more


Our campus is located in downtown Montréal and offers convenient access to all amenities including the metro, bus, shops, sports centres, cinemas, pharmacies, hospitals and 24 h supermarkets. You can benefit from all those amenities by living near the campus. Stay with a host family, choose a student residence or venture out to find your own accommodation solution. Learn more

What to do after school!

Foodie Paradise

The birthplace of poutine – a mix of French fries, rich gravy and creamy cheese curds, it’s no surprise that Montréal is home to a delicious and diverse mix of cuisines. In fact, Montréal technically has more restaurants per capita than New York City.

Culturally Rich

Montréal has some of the world’s most renowned festivals (think Just for Laughs and International Jazz fest) and offers a diverse mix of cultural attractions and events. Must-see stops include gothic beauty Notre-Dame Basilica, Château Ramezay and Mount Royal Park.

Get Sporty

The list of ways to move and unwind is lengthy, with options that include rollerblading around the seawall, ice skating at one of many rinks, curling, basketball at Kits Beach, tennis at one of the many courts throughout the city, golfing, world-class mountain biking, taking in an NHL hockey or international soccer game.

Unique Tours

Explore the cobblestone streets of Old Montreal on a bike tour and learn all about the city’s rich history or take a jet ski tour on the Saint Lawrence River. Take a private horse-drawn sleigh ride tour or a walking craft beer tour – there are countless ways to see one of the great North American cities with a European feel.
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