SPRING/SUMMER 2013 (April – August)
May 7 – Aug 13 – 6:30- 9:30 p.m.
For further information:
416-675-6622 ext. 4086 or
With the current changes in our global economy, Portuguese is becoming more and more important for business in the Greater Toronto Area. In order to better meet the growing demand and give students an opportunity to achieve proficiency in Brazilian and European Portuguese, Humber offers a six-course certificate program. Although the scope of the program is general in nature, students can apply their language skills to various areas such as business travel, general interest and employment options.
Students looking to earn the Portuguese Language Certificate begin their studies at their appropriate level rather than having to start at the beginner level. Occasionally, Humber’s upper-level Portuguese courses may not be offered due to enrolment fluctuations. In such cases, students can complete their upper-level Portuguese courses through the School of Continuing Studies, University of Toronto, in collaboration with Instituto Camões, and still qualify for the Humber Portuguese Language Certificate provided that they have completed a minimum of two Portuguese courses at Humber.
Refer to the individual course listings for information on the following courses.
For additional information: http://calendardb.humber.ca/LIS/WebCalendar/CE/ProgramOffering.do?name=09431
PORT 101 Portuguese 1 – Beginner NEW!
PORT 102 Portuguese 2 – Novice High NEW!
PORT 103 Portuguese 3 – Intermediate Low NEW!
PORT 104 Portuguese 4 – Intermediate High
PORT 105 Portuguese 5 – Advanced
PORT 106 Portuguese 6 – Advanced High
The Portuguese in Toronto: 1953-2013—
60th Anniversary of Portuguese Immigration to Canada
Monday, May 13 2013, at 5:30 pm
City Hall Rotunda
100 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M5H 2N2
The exhibit, organized under the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival, presents a brief photographic essay on the history of Portuguese immigrants and their descendants in Canada, as part of the 60th anniversary celebrating Portuguese mass migration to Canada.
Collection of photos provided by Portuguese-Canadian History Project (Raphael Costa, Gilberto Fernandes, Susana Miranda and Emanuel da Silva), through the Clara Thomas Archives and Special Collections at York University.
Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival is an annual event in May, with well over 1500 Canadian and international artists and photographers exhibiting at more than 175 venues throughout the Greater Toronto Area.
Open to the public until May 19 2013