Discrimination and Harassment Policy

Discrimination and harassment are prohibited at Eurocentres Atlantic Canada and constitute punishable offenses under this policy.

Eurocentres Atlantic Canada is committed to safeguarding its students and employees against all forms of discrimination during lessons, additional study, organized activities and whilst based in our accommodation.

Discrimination and harassment are serious human rights issues.

Prohibited grounds of discrimination include:

-Ethnic Origin
-Family Status
-Marital Status
-Place of origin
-Sexual orientation
-Receipt of public assistance
-Record of offenses (provincial offenses or pardoned federal offenses)

Discrimination is defined as making “a distinction, whether intentional or not, based on a characteristic, or perceived characteristic, such as those listed above, that disadvantages an individual or imposes burdens or obligations.

Eurocentres Atlantic Canada abides by the Human Rights Act and the Nova Scotia Human Rights Commission. If you witness or suspect discrimination, please report it to us in confidence.

To apply for a study permit you will need a letter of acceptance from a Designated Learning Institution. Eurocentres Atlantic Canada is a Designated Learning Institute registered under number O19210345642