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WorldConnect Consultancy Services, the biggest visa and immigration consultancy firm in the Philippines will be bringing the biggest international education expo of the year in Cebu City.

Featuring four international study destinations namely New Zealand, Australia,
Canada, and Ireland, the expo will exhibit 16 international post-secondary
schools from said countries.

Dubbed ‘LEARN, EARN, LIVE,’ the expo will take the ‘study, work, live’ program
on a massive scale by putting together a free one-stop shop with consultation
and seminars with immigration advisers, education consultants, and specialist
agents, documentation officers, and school reps from prestigious colleges
and universities like Deakin University (AU), Edenz Colleges (NZ), Acsenda
School of Management (CA), Dublin City University (IE), and more. (FULL LIST OF SCHOOLSPartners, exhibitors at the WorldConnect international education expo)

 


 

You can catch the expo on August 26, Saturday, 1:00-7:00 pm at the Radisson
Blu, Cebu City. The grand event is free admission.

Participants will be able to attend orientation seminars about the ‘study, work,
live’ program in each country, expounding on the educational and professional
opportunities waiting for them there.

Their qualifications will then be assessed by education counselors who will
advise them on which country they will be qualified or more suited for. They
will also get a chance to meet and learn about the schools and their course
offerings directly from their booths at the expo.

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International education from only the best educational systems in the world is
something that is neither impossible or out of reach to ordinary working class
Filipinos. 

Now celebrating its 10th year in service, WORLDCONNECT takes pride in
having served more than 1,500 Filipinos pursue international education and
rewarding careers in the UK, New Zealand, and Australia. It has proven that
international education from only the best educational systems in the world is
something that is neither impossible or out of reach to ordinary working class
Filipinos.  ■ By Aldrin Brosas


Learn more about the eventworldconnectph.com/expo.

Register for free here: bit.ly/WCExpo-2017.