We welcome international students to the quality educational opportunities provided by the Newfoundland International Student Education Program (NISEP) in the Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador.
Newfoundland and Labrador is one of the friendliest and safest places in North America. A place where laughter is a recurring theme; a place where its people are recognized for their hospitality, warmth, and love of music and culture. This is where you may look up to examine a high-rise building, pause to smell the roses, all without the shoving and pushing of time-starved city-walkers.
Take a look around. NISEP offers various programs all year around, including fun-filled summer programs! Perhaps you would like to see what past students say about the program? The information is only a click away!
May 8, 2016
Introducing our newest Newfoundlanders Sergio, Monse and Carmen!
May 8, 2016
Happy Mother's Day to our host moms! The important role you take on to NISEP students cannot be overstated. Thank you for everything you do!
May 5, 2016
So, what is Cinco de Mayo all about? I'm glad you asked..... http://www.dummies.com/how-to/content/what-cinco-de-mayo-really-celebrates.html
April 20, 2016
Carlos Aymerich from Spain entered the NLAA Spring Indoor Track and Field Meet at MUN Field House on Saturday, April 16 with the St. Paul's Junior High boys track team and won the following : 4th place ribbon in 60 m. dash, 2nd place silver medal in 800 m., and 1st place gold medal in 4 X 200 m. relay. Also on the team is Luke Breen, son of NISEP coordinator, Arlene Breen. Their track team also won the boys Junior High school banner! Congratulations!
April 8, 2016
I've seen some great pictures of our last activity, but these ones are awesome. If you have video, please send it along.
April 6, 2016
Schools in the St. John's metro area are open but some schools in Cnception Bay North have a delayed opening. Please refer to the NLESD's status central at https://nlesd.ca/statuscentral
April 4, 2016
It is windy today with winds gusting to more than 100 kph in the St. John's area. Please be careful. TIP - wear a hood, not a hat!