English Courses in Montreal for Adults
- Old Montreal
- Little Italy
- Multicultural city
- Bilingual environment
Our language school lies close to the heart of Montreal, a city well known for its bilingual population, meaning you can learn English or French, or even both at the same time! The city is famous for its European culture, architecture, natural beauty and international festivals. Montreal is Canada’s second largest city, attracting visitors with its devotion to fun, cultural events, including the biggest jazz festival in the wold, and its multicultural attributes make it the ideal place for a language, culture, and travel adventure.
The mix of historic buildings, churches and modern-day skyscrapers makes Montreal a truly unique city, and its vibrant musical culture, visual arts, theater and dance scenes provide an exciting cultural backdrop. During the summer months, the downtown area of Montreal is the constant venue of festivals and parades, the largest of which is Just for Laughs comedy festival, the biggest comedy festival in the world.
During your English course you'll have time to discover the best of Montreal; soak up the atmosphere along the city's cobblestone streets and marvel at the wonderful architecture or, if you're interested in art and culture, take your pick from Montreal's large selection of galleries and museums.
Read our short Montreal Guide and get a taste of what's on offer in this invigorating city.
At our school in Montreal, our students improve their English skills quickly during our effective and enjoyable English courses. We have a range of courses on offer, including Standard, Intensive, English & French Combination, Exam Preparation and many other English and French courses. Find more information about our English courses in Montreal here.
Our School in Montreal
- Located in the heart of Montreal
- Modern equipment and design
- Large variety of leisure opportunities
Inside the English School in Montreal
Our school in Montreal is furnished with modern equipment and offers:
- 8 comfortable classrooms
- Open-space concept lounge-kitchen
- School-wide wireless (WiFi) internet access
- Study and resource materials available for students
- Reception area
Location of the English School in Montreal
Our language school is part of a North American network of language schools. Montreal, Canada’s second-largest city, is found on an island in the St. Lawrence River, in the province of Quebec, in the eastern part of Canada. The school is located in a modern building in downtown Montreal. The surrounding neighbors include the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, the Ritz Carlton Hotel, McGill University and the famous Holt Renfrew Department Store.
All of Montreal’s famous places of interest can be reached on foot or by using public transport from downtown.
- Standard, intensive, super intensive, one-to-one and many more courses
- Includes placement test & course certificate
- Qualified and native teachers
- Variety of accommodation offers
In our Sprachcaffe language school in Montreal, we offer English courses for all levels, from absolute beginners to advanced linguists. You also get to choose the duration and intensity of your course, whether it's an intensive course for just 2 weeks or a private course for a whole summer.
Overview of our English Courses
Type of course
Lessons Per Week*
Standard Plus Course
20 + 4 workshops
Super Intensive Course
Combination Course (English + French)
20 standard + 10 in groups
10, 20 or 30
Combi Course (English + French)
20 (English), 10 (French)
approx. 12 weeks
** Intensive / IELTS / TOEFL Exam prep
***Super Intensive English for Academic Purposes / University Pathways
* 1 lesson = 45 minutes
** Exam fee not included. Starting dates: On average every 4 weeks
*** Placement fee = $300
To be sure that your English course is as successful as possible, you need somewhere to relax after an eventful day of English lessons and activities. In Montreal, we offer homestay & residence accommodation options.
The homestay accommodation will give you plenty of opportunities to practise and improve your English outside the classroom by conversing with Montreal's residents and other international students.
The residence accommodation allows you more independence and is a great chance to mix with other language students and practise your skills.
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Tourism in Montreal
Our language school is situated downtown Montreal at the junction of Sherbrooke Street and Union Avenue. Sherbrooke Street is referred to by the locals as “The Golden Mile” as it hosts the majority of the city’s upscale residences as well as historic buildings. Just down the road you’ll find the Holt Renfrew department store, the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, and the Ritz Carlton Hotel.
Montreal is brimming with life throughout all four seasons of the year. Some of the top sites and activities in Montreal include:
- Crescent Street: The diverse variety of galleries, cafes, restaurants, and bars makes this street one of Montreal’s top tourist attractions. Many festivals and events are held on this street, such as the Formula 1 Weekend.
- Old Montreal: The old architecture and original cobblestone streets of Montreal from the early years of the city have been maintained in the historic district of Old Montreal. The best way to take in all of the beautiful historical sites is to take a leisurely ride in a horse-drawn carriage through the magnificent district.
- Montreal Bike Fest: Various cycling activities are offered at this week-long Mountain Bike Fest. The grand finale of this thrilling event consists of 11,000 cyclists taking to the streets for Un tour la nuit (a night tour), and then the Tour de l’Île de Montréal. More than 30,000 participants turn up each year for the largest cycling event in North America.
Culture in Montreal
Montreal is often referred to as "Canada's Cultural Capital". Most of Canada’s French language television productions, radio, theater, film, multimedia and print publishing companies can be found in Montreal. Of course, since Montreal is Canada’s French language capital in a primarily English-speaking country, this has created a wonderful mix of cultures and a generally open-minded and liberal population.
The city is alive with jazz, visual arts, theater, music and dance. During the summer, the downtown area plays host to a constant program of festivals and parades. The Just for Laughs comedy festival is perhaps the most well known of these, being the biggest comedy festival in the world.
Besides the cultural events and festivals, much of the culture that is found in Montreal comes from their world-renowned abundance of churches. There are so many churches throughout the city that Montreal has earned the nickname la ville aux cent clochers (the city of a hundred bell towers). Mark Twain even wrote: "This is the first time I was ever in a city where you couldn't throw a brick without breaking a church window.”
Shopping in Montreal
Montreal is a great city for shopping with its many markets, boutiques and malls. Montreal is particularly held in high esteem by lovers of perfume and jewelry.
If you want to do some serious shopping, these are some of the most popular shopping areas in Montreal: Herbrooke Street, Greene Avenue, Sherbrooke Street, Old Montreal, and don't forget the underground shopping complex of Place Ville Marie.
Prices & Booking
- language course
- placement test
- course certificate
Our cost effective language courses in Montreal include your choice of language course, its duration and intensity, and your preferred accommodation. Choose among standard, intensive, private and many more English courses before choosing your accommodation in either the school residence or with a local host family.
The competitive price package guarantees a range of services.
Arrange your Perfect English Course in Montreal
Textbooks and course material can be bought or rented from the school for a small price.