ICEAP organizes activities that are not only interactive and engaging, but also fun and entertaining.

All of our activities are organized by the Activity Coordinator of Student Services and are always supervised by instructors and support staff. Some of the academic activities include spelling bees and essay writing competitions, and the non-academic activities include museum visits, national park trips, skiing, participating in the Santa Claus Parade, Chinese New Year celebrations, Halloween, and other holiday parties, and many more.

Every term we organize a bus tour of the world-famous Niagara Falls and Canada’s Wonderland (a popular amusement park), as well as a welcome barbeque outside the King’s College residence buildings as part of orientation week.

Niagara Falls Tour

Niagara Falls is one of the modern wonders of the world and popular tourist attraction.

Students take the trip in summer 2022

Watching at

Toronto Blue Jays


Visit one of the most popular Canadian weekend activities – baseball games. You’ll have a chance to join thousands of fans supporting our local baseball team, the Toronto Blue Jays at Rogers Center. You can’t miss it!

Image by Tom Glod from Pixabay

CN Tower

& Center Island Tour

You will visit the tallest free-standing structure in the Western Hemisphere. You could take an elavator to the 346m LookOut and take in the stunning views of Toronto. Across the tower is the harbor of Toronto Center Island.  Students can have a picnic on the island, have fun at Centreville Park, visit the petting zoo, go the beach or just walk around and enjoy some quiet time away from the city.

Students have fun on Center Island

Ripley’s Aquarium

Visit Canada’s largest indoor aquarium featuring 16,000 aquatic animals, more than 100 interactive displays, nine galleries and three sensory exhibits with sharks, octopuses and a horseshoe crab. Students will ride a moving walkway through the underwater tunnel in Dangerous Lagoon and get close-up views of the aquarium’s most fearsome-looking animals, including sharks, stingrays and sawfish.

Image by Jordy Meow from Pixabay

Field trips

ICEAP students will study in universities and colleges for a better future. During the English study period, we will bring our students to go to visit some of the largest Canadian corporations and organizations to talk with professionals and observe working environment, so that they may get a brief idea of working in Canada.

ICEAP students visit Royal Bank of Canada

Top university experience

Taking our advantage of cooperation with King’s @Western U in London, ON, our King’s Bridging students can visit this top university in Canada, and use university facilities such as a library, the student center, and the cafeterias to study and take a break.

K-Bridging students take class at King’s @Western U