Toronto Campus

Toronto is the largest city in Canada, the capital of the province of Ontario, and home to the first SGIC campus! We opened our Toronto campus in 1994 and ever since then it has been growing non-stop! Today, bout three to four hundred students come to study at our school every day, and it keeps us pretty busy!

Our school covers three floors, with numerous classrooms and many amenities, including two large lunch rooms with kitchenettes, several lounge areas, projectors and big screen TVs for multi-media presentations, a computer lab, plus several more computers available for causal internet browsing, a very popular ping-pong table, and a photocopy centre. We even have an activity coordinator if you’re not already busy enough!


We are located in the heart of downtown Toronto just down the street from the famous (and very popular with our students) Toronto Eaton Centre, where you can shop ‘til you drop! Our central location also means that we are not far from just about any Toronto landmark or neighborhood, so each day after class the city is yours to discover! During evenings and weekends Toronto is full of festivals and nightlife – there is never a dull moment. Finally, our school is just steps away from many of the major colleges and universities in the city, including the University of Toronto, George Brown College, Ryerson University and the Ontario College of Art and Design. In other words, this the perfect setting from which to launch yourself into further academic studies in Toronto.

Between the school and the city, your experience at SGIC Toronto campus is sure to be action-packed! If you are looking for a fun and exciting place to study – to be sure that all of your hard work is rewarded with some hard-earned play – then come and join us here because you’ll fit right in!



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