2023 Berlitz Ski Camp


The most perfect way to start a new year


Learn English/French in the morning and practice skiing/snowboarding in the afternoon.
This is a great opportunity to improve your English skills and have fun while experiencing an adventure in the snowy mountains of Vancouver!

Skiing has never been this view-tiful

At the famous Grouse mountain ski resort overlooking downtown Vancouver, experience exciting and refreshing skiing!

Snow, snow, and more snow!

Do you want to escape from your daily life and refreshen yourself in an exotic place?

Welcome to the perfect New Year in Winter Wonderland, where everything's white!

Better together

Everything is more fun when we're together. Meet, communicate, and interact with Berlitz students from other countries!

You can also experience the warm welcome of homestay families and Canadian family culture vividly.

Teaching language is what we do.

Are you tired of studying in the classroom? Our class begins as soon as you get on a plane to Canada.

Feel your language skill growing with hands-on practice in a free environment, whether in English or French.

All classes are conducted with the Berlitz Method, which boasts more than 145 years of history.


The program starts in January 2023.

The custodianship letter is related to the visa and is only applied to students under 19.

Yes. We will issue a LOA (Letter of Acceptance) to help the students get their visas.

Minimum of 4, maximum of 8 per class.

Yes. We will have a graduation ceremony on the last day of the program.

The complete regulation can be found here

No, it doesn’t include the equipment. You can either bring your own equipment or rent from Grouse Mountain. Here is the link with the costs of the rental equipment.

Yes, the airport transfer is optional. But we strongly recommend purchasing it. Berlitz Vancouver will handle the airport transfer bookings.

2023 Ski/Snowboard + Language Program

Program Details


Duration Tuition Homestay

Registration and Material Fee

Airport Transfer

Custodianship Letter

1 week













2 weeks














Additional Fees

  • Grouse Mountain Pass (unlimited lift access) - $185
  • Ski/Snowboarding lessons: 5 days - $400, 10 days - $800, 15 days - $1,200

Academic Program

Students develop English language skills for real situations using the Berlitz method. English Grammar is taught in a communicative manner with an emphasis on using the structures orally. Communicative methodology is also used to develop English Vocabulary, Idioms and Pronunciation. All students are placed in separate levels according to their Grammar and Conversation skills.

Classes are held Monday to Friday from 9:00 am to 12:00pm

Snowboard/Ski program

Grouse mountain is located in the mountains of North Shore and easily accessible by public transportation from Downtown Vancouver, Students will participate in the Grouse Mountain's Ski Zone camps. The students will safely explore the mountain in a fun and social environment while learning to ski or snowboard. The instructors will develop solid fundamentals and age appropriate strategies for practicing more advanced techniques with participants.


Students will be placed in a warm, inviting family home, 35 – 45 minutes from Vancouver English Centre by public transportation. Three meals per day (including a bagged lunch to take to school) are provided.


Students will be picked up at the Vancouver International Airport and dropped off at their homestays by our arrival services. If a flight is delayed or changed, the service will still be provided.