Oxford International Education Group offers special programs to Filipinos
‘Continuing Care Assistant,’ OIEG’s care-giving vocational course, is open to Filipinos aged 20 to 54 years old. Employment opportunities in Nova Scotia, one of Canada’s 13 provinces, await its successful graduates. The course will run for 40 weeks.
The Oxford International Education Group is introducing its extensive portfolio of university pathway programs and online courses to Filipinos with the aim of providing prospects of employability in Canada.
“We at Oxford International are just as dedicated, enthusiastic and like-minded in delivering learning without limits,” OIEG chief commercial officer Andy Caldwell said.
“Continuing Care Assistant,” OIEG’s care-giving vocational course, is open to Filipinos aged 20 to 54 years old. Employment opportunities in Nova Scotia, one of Canada’s 13 provinces, await its successful graduates. The course will run for 40 weeks.
Students will be allowed to work part-time to help pay for their CAD $20,000 tuition. Students will also be given the opportunity to apply for permanent-resident status in Canada after completing 18 months of residency.
“We create life enhancing learning experiences that help students worldwide to develop personally and professionally and that enrich their future opportunities. The Filipino homegrown values like deep respect for the elderly and close family ties are intrinsic traits needed for a career as a caregiver,” Caldwell added.
Oxford International is an accredited education provider dedicated to creating life-enhancing experiences for students worldwide. Since 1991, it has helped more than 80,000 students.
To learn more about the Continuing Care Assistant Program of East Coast International College, visit
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