Academic Consulting & University
The development of global education has increased the pressure on students—from elementary school to university—to find effective, innovative ways to succeed. Therefore, now, more than ever, students must develop in character, community service, self-discipline and goal-orientation, as well as in academic skills. As they do so, they should also plan the academic choices that will lead them to their chosen careers.
Each year, Berton College helps dozens of students enter famous universities in America—including Yale, U Penn, Cornell, Chicago, NYU, Berkeley, UCLA, and Washington —or any of the top Canadian universities, including the University of Toronto, the University of British Columbia, McGill, Queen’s, Waterloo, Western, Alberta, Calgary, McMaster, Ottawa, Simon Fraser, and Victoria. Our extensive support throughout the application process will also help you to achieve your dreams.
Our professional team
Ph. D., President
Ph. D., UBC Professor of Emeritus
Former Private School Principal
M. Ed., Vice President
Enabling the development of the student as a whole person
Supporting success in academic performance, athletics, music, fine arts, community activities, and community service.
Helping families work together to set achievable goals.
Creating both short-term and long-term plans of study.
Enabling the student to make the most of university application plans.
Monitoring the students’ English skills so that their test scores will qualify them for academic and career opportunities. (The language training fee is calculated separately).
Enabling students to develop and maintain a positive attitdue
Assisting students to select appropriate courses for both regular and summer school.
Assisting students to arrange after school course tutoring and provincial exam preparation sessions, with flexibility of time guaranteed (tutoring fee calculated additionally)
Helping students taking AP courses or following the IB curriculum to prepare for exams. (The tutoring fee is calculated separately).
Monitoring a student’s performance and progress by checking report cards, school quizzes and other academic scores.
Regular monthly meeting with students and parents
Attending the school’s parent-teacher meetings and providing translation services as required.
Helping students choose appropriate universities and majors.
Helping students compose effective personal statements, essays, study proposals, and other application documents.
Assisting students to get recommendation letters if necessary.
Preparing students for application interviews and providing follow-up services.
Introducing students to appropriate volunteer work or summer job opportunities as needed.