Moving to Edmonton
Application to study in Canada: Learn about study permits, application for people who are not Canadian Citizens or Permanent Residents of Canada and who wish to study temporarily in Canada.
Please take a look at the housing registry service for a suitable place.
For more information about living in Edmonton, with links to everything from community safety and services, to maps, utilities, social activities, and transportation, visit:
EIE MediSpa & Laser Training Centre is located in Edmonton, the capital of Alberta, and one of the most multicultural cities in Canada. Edmonton has a growing, diverse population of more than one million people, and is Canada’s Festival City, with more than 30 annual festivals and a non-stop arts and music scene.
Edmonton offers plenty of activities both indoors and out – explore galleries and museums or shop at West Edmonton Mall or one of the city’s Farmers’ Markets. Just a few hours away from the Canadian Rockies, Edmonton is also the site of the longest stretch of urban parkland in North America (22 times larger than New York City’s Central Park).
Edmonton has the most natural urban parkland in North America.
World famous West Edmonton Mall located right in the heart of Edmonton.
Edmonton is approximately a 3-hour drive from the spectacular Rocky Mountains.
Edmonton is widely known as Canada's Festival City.
Edmonton has a wide variety of cultural activities, from theatre to museums – many with student pricing.
Edmonton is also home to a number of pro sports teams