Canada Experiential Programs (CEP)

Imagine diving deep into a topic/career path you love, all while exploring the wonders of Canada for one month! That’s what our CEP’s are all about.


CEP isn’t just a course, it’s an adventure. You’ll gain the essential knowledge and skills needed to excel in your field, all while getting acquainted in the vibrant culture and beauty of Canada. 

CEP Program Areas

Course Areas

There are 5 areas of study for a CEP:

  1. Business Strategy and Entrepreneurship
  2. Data Analytics
  3. Engineering Management
  4. Physiotherapy
  5. Pharmacy Tech

Course Structure

The Program is 4-weeks in length and includes experiential learning via weekly industry visits

This course will consist of a combination of lectures, interactive discussions, case studies, and group projects. Participants will have the opportunity to engage in hands-on activities and practical exercises that simulate real-world scenarios. The course will encourage active participation, critical thinking, and collaboration among participants.

What Sets our CEP apart?

OEG Canadian Experiential Program

Explore and Learn

Travel across Canada while delving deeper into your passion. CEP integrates your chosen field of study with the excitement of exploring a new country.

Earn Advanced Standing

When you complete CEP, you earn credit towards our other pathways if you decide to stay and grow in Canada. Think of it as a month-long adventure that combines learning, exploring, and creating memories that will last a lifetime!

OEG's Canadian Experiential Program

Budget Friendly

For 5,650 CAD, you get: 

  • 40 hours of top-notch training, 
  • Comfortable, fully furnished accommodation, 
  • Transportation throughout your trip; including airport pick-up and drop-offs, 
  • Visits to landmarks and other cool places in Canada to learn more about the culture.  
  • Tours to companies and businesses related to your field. 

CEP is your key to unlocking a fulfilling career and an unforgettable Canadian adventure. Embark on a journey of discovery, both personally and professionally.