• Working in Toronto

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    International - Study in Toronto


  • International students have plenty of options when it comes to where to live while attending Lambton College in Toronto.

  • Off-Campus Homestay:

    Students are placed in a Canadian family home and provided a private furnished bedroom, bathroom, three meals per day and internet access. Homestay is an ideal way to learn about Canadian culture and familiarize yourself with your new environment. Homestay service providers charge a fee for their services. It is recommended that students ensure all application fees, monthly homestay fees, utility, internet, electricity, and other costs are clearly understood before making any commitments, paying any fees, or signing any contracts.

    Homestay Plus
    The Canada Homestay Network
    Student at a hotel

    Not Sure Which Option to Choose?

    The Cestar College team at Lambton in Toronto is here to support you in finding permanent accommodations. You can contact:

    Want to Join our Housing WhatsApp group?
    Email: housing@cestarcollege.com

    Short-Term Housing Options

    The suggested hotels are good places to stay for a few days while you look for more permanent accommodation. If you wish to book your stay, mention that you are a Lambton in Toronto college student to receive a special rate.

    Four Points by Sheraton Mississauga Meadowvale
    2501 Argentia Rd, Mississauga, ON L5N 4G8
    Phone: 905-858-2424
    Delta Hotels by Marriott Toronto Mississauga
    3670 Hurontario St, Mississauga, ON L5B 1P3
    Phone: 905-896-1000
    Short-Term Housing Options

  • Rental Scam Alert

    Rental scams are real, so we caution our students to make informed decisions when they decide to rent. How to Protect Yourself from Rental Scams:

    1. Never deal in cash.

      Never pay with cash, or hard-to-trace equivalents such as Bitcoin because it is impossible to track.

    2. Never rent without seeing the property.

      Visit in person or have someone you trust see the rental property before signing a lease or making a payment.

    3. Speak to current tenants.

      Currently occupied units are far less likely to be fraudulent.

    4. Demand a written lease.

      A written lease, that includes the name of the landlord, helps prevent fraud and outlines the rights and responsibilities of both parties.

    5. Be careful of “too-good-to be-true” rental rates.

      Do basic research on current rental prices in the area.

    For more details on how to protect yourself from rental scams, read this article or watch the video below.

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