Langara College, Vancouver

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Address: 100 W 49th Ave, Vancouver, BC V5Y 2Z6, Canada

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Langara College (snəw̓eyəɬ leləm̓ in hən̓q̓əmin̓əm̓) is a public degree-granting college in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, which serves approximately 22,000 students annually through its university, career, and continuing studies programs. The college takes its name from the neighbourhood in which it is situated, which was named after Spanish Admiral Juan de Lángara.


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  • Parents, be aware if you send your child to acting courses in Langara College!!! If you like that your child is learning Shakespeare plays by stripping cross-dressed in front of the audience, this college is for you. If do not, take your money somewhere else. And yes, you see bras and underwear hanging on the stage during the performance.

  • This is one of the worse schools in Vancouver, I would rate it 0 star if I could. The international office is terrible and they know nothing about recruiting international student. They waisted my time, time that I've could have used to apply to other reasonable schools that knows what they are doing. I would advice any international student to find another school, that does not have a very sad international students office and one that actually cares about students.

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  • This post may some years late, but my experience in the acting for film and TV program still haunts me. I was bullied in this program by several class mates, to a point where I did not feel safe at school. Similar to many cases of bullying, I was very intimidated at the thought of approaching the head of the program with my case, so I reached out to a class mate who had witnessed some experiences of verbal abuse and physically intimidating behaviour. We approached the head of the program, but nothing was done to make them stop. In fact, I was then excluded from class participation in our final major showcase project. The lack of support from the instructors and head of the program, in addition to being excluded from major class projects, perpetuated my feelings of being alone and targeted. I am still dealing with the trauma from this experience, but have gained enough confidence to advise no one else enters this program, or the school. The way the head of the acting for film and TV program, as well as the instructors within the program, mishandled this case disappointed me and I wish I could have my money back. This was a horrible experience.

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  • Class size is small around 40 pupils but teachers dont give a damm do whatever you want to do in class(sleep,eat or watch anything) No one will tell you how to write a report or anything(you are not going to get someone to help you) Do everything by yourself and get ripped for being an internationational student. Libraries are nice. Not worth paying 1800$ for 3 credit(international student) i would prefer SFU

  • The Langara's library is nice and roomy. I wish the school would build more plug to charge laptops and phones.

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