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University of Canada in Egypt

Targeted for inauguration in September 2018, the UCE will include 6 faculties: Faculty of Sciences and Pharmacy, Faculty of Engineering, Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences, Faculty of Commerce and Management, Faculty of Communication and Design, Faculty of Postgraduate and Professional Studies, and Scientific Research Centre. We believe that UCE will be a lucrative option not only for Egyptian students, but also for international students from Gulf Countries, Sudan, Kenya, Nigeria and other African countries who regularly search for Canadian education.

Memorial University in Egypt

Our services are not only exclusive to bachelor degrees but also postgraduate studies as well. A reason why we were intrigued to extend our achievements by introducing the first Canadian MBA program in Egypt offered by Memorial University, Newfoundland, Canada.

The program was launched in May 2017, and the 2 cohorts are currently running since October 2017. A 2-year program that is Internationally accredited by AACSB, it gives students the opportunity to enjoy diverse faculty from Canada & Egypt, in addition to maximizing the learning experience by giving the chance to travel and study in Canada for maximum a year. Visit MUN Website

Canadian International College

CIC was established in 2004 with the aim of providing affordable and distinguished Canadian bachelor degrees in Egypt. Being the sole provider of Canadian bachelor degrees in the market, CIC offers unique opportunities of transfer and exchange programs to Cape Breton University, Canada.

Now CIC has 7000+ student 17% of which are international students, studying in 5 academic schools in Business Administration, Business Technology Information, Engineering, Engineering Technology and Mass Communication. Over 1000 alumni are now working in the most reputable companies and organizations in Egypt & worldwide, some of which has transferred to Canada through our programs. Visit CIC Website

With investments of 1.7 billion egyptian pounds .. Minister of Higher Education and the Canadian ambassador in Cairo to inspect the headquarters of the Canadian University UCE in the administrative capital

Canwell the Canadian Foundation for Educational Consultancy in the Middle East organized a field visit to the UCE campus in the new administrative capital, with its record of outstanding educational achievements and contributions in the presence of Dr. Khalid Abdul Ghaffar, Minister of Higher Education, Ambassador James Dutton, Ambassador of Canada in Cairo, Dr. Mamdouh Shoukry, Former Canadian University of York, Dr. Magdy Al-Qadi, Chairman of Canwell, Hossam El-Mallahi, the first assistant minister for cultural relations, missions and university affairs, as well as the delegation of a number of Canadian international universities, in order to follow up on what has been achieved on the ground.

At the beginning of the visit, Dr. Abdel-Ghaffar stressed the strength and strength of the relations between Egypt and Canada, especially in the fields of education, science and culture. He pointed out that Canada is at the forefront of countries with which it was agreed to establish a university in Science City in the new administrative capital. Expressing his happiness with the steps that have been implemented in this project, and directed the need to complete it as soon as possible.

The Minister also expressed his full support for the project to be the nucleus of the Science City, which is expected to include branches of the most important foreign universities (American, British, Austrian, Hungarian and German) and include new scientific programs that meet the needs of the labor market.

Dr. Abdul Ghaffar pointed out that the establishment of a science city in the new administrative capital comes within the framework of fruitful and constructive relations between Egypt and various countries in addition to the Egyptian state’s keenness to promote the system of higher education, scientific research and science and technology in Egypt, In the country 2030, and provide better university education opportunities within Egypt, in line with the global developments in various fields and scientific disciplines, and prepare a graduate capable of competing in the labor market, whether local, regional or international.

For its part, Canwell aims to develop education in Egypt and the Middle East by providing greater opportunities for the dissemination of Canadian education through distinguished educational institutions that adopt Canadian educational curricula known for its leadership in international education. The Foundation, established in accordance with Egyptian law in 1997, aims to acquire, manage and develop educational institutions in the Middle East. The Kanwell Foundation also operates in the Arabian Gulf and the Middle East, with a current value of LE 960 million.

Founded in September 2018, Canada’s prestigious UCE Education Center is the headquarters of the Canadian International University and a center of excellence in Canada, North Africa and the Middle East. It is located on an area of ​​50 acres in the new administrative capital of Egypt. Colleges are: Faculty of Engineering, College of Professional Studies, Faculty of Business Administration, Faculty of Humanities, Social Studies and College of Pharmacy.

It is worth mentioning that the Canwell Foundation plays this regional role out of its belief in its social responsibility towards enriching the educational community in Egypt and the Middle East by providing a distinctive education that develops the educational and skill system in the region.

Dr. Magdy Al-Qadi, Chairman of Canwell, said: “We are proud to honor Professor Khaled Abdul Ghaffar for the Canadian University’s headquarters in the administrative capital and follow up on what has been accomplished so far. This visit underscores the support of the Ministry of Higher Education for us to provide this great educational edifice which will serve as a regional center for Canadian higher education in Egypt and the Middle East. I would also like to extend my thanks to Mr. Jess Dutton for his participation in these important events and to provide him with full support for the success of this great educational edifice, which underscores the Canadian Embassy’s keenness to make a breakthrough in the educational system and its continued support for education in Egypt. ”

“The Canadian University of Egypt (UCE) is the best choice for those who are looking for an internationally recognized Canadian education, either from Egyptian students, from the Gulf States, and from African countries. We aim to provide qualified and distinguished graduates who will be better informed The impact on the development of society and work on progress. ”

This is the first of its kind in Egypt and the Middle East, and is in line with the country’s strategy and ambitious plan to provide exceptional foreign education within the new administrative capital. UCE is a leader in international education through its Advanced Canadian curriculum.

It is worth noting that the Canadian University consists of 8 buildings, it is planned to allocate 7 buildings for educational purposes, while the eighth building is devoted to scientific research and development. These buildings will be built on an area of ​​20% of the total land allocated to the complex. The cost of these structures is LE 1.7 billion.

In addition to obtaining the full support of the Egyptian and Canadian governments, including the support of international affairs in Canada, as well as the Canadian Embassy in Egypt and the international recognition, UCE has a highly qualified and professional team at competitive prices. Educational fields.

The world-class facilities supported by the investment and capital provided by the founders, as well as the outstanding higher education supported by the strategic partnership with some of Canada’s leading universities will contribute to sustained strategic growth, as well as the opportunity to be managed by the Canadian University.

Complex in the Science City of the administrative capital of the branches of the top five Canadian universities

Dr. Khalid Abdul Ghaffar, Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, stressed the deep relations between Egypt and Canada. Especially in the fields of education, science and culture. Calling for greater cooperation by providing scholarships, scientific missions and joint research programs in priority areas. Pointing out during a meeting with the Canadian ambassador to Cairo Jess Dutton and in the presence of Dr. Magdi Al-Qadi Rees, Board of Directors of the Canadian International College in Egypt (CIC). And at the ministry’s headquarters to the strength and strength of the relations between Egypt and Canada.
The minister added that Canada is at the forefront of the countries with which it was agreed to establish a complex in Science City in the new administrative capital. It has branches of the top five Canadian universities. Expressing his happiness with the steps that have been implemented in this project. Directed at the need to finish it as soon as possible.
The two sides discussed ways to enhance cooperation in higher education and scientific research between the two countries. And benefit from the experience of Egyptian scientists in Canada in the development of higher education. To serve future generations in Egypt.
For his part, the Canadian ambassador stressed his country’s keenness to push forward and encourage bilateral cooperation with Egypt during the coming period. And his country’s readiness to provide all means of support to promote the educational process in Egypt. The invitation to the Minister to visit the Canadian universities to participate in the project to establish the Canadian University in the new administrative capital during the month of November. To support the cooperation between them and the Egyptian universities. And learning about educational programs at Canadian universities. As well as participate in the activities of a conference on higher education to be held next March.
The meeting was attended by Dr. Hossam El-Mallahi, the first assistant minister for cultural relations, missions and university affairs.

Higher Education : the establishment of branches of 5 Canadian universities in the new administrative capital

Dr. Khalid Abdul Ghaffar, Minister of Higher Education. Depth relations between Egypt and Canada. In particular
In the fields of education, science and culture. Calling for greater cooperation through the provision of scholarships
Scientific missions and joint research programs in priority areas.

This came during a meeting between Minister Gess Dutton and Ambassador Al-Katti in Cairo on Tuesday evening. And in attendance Dr. Magdy El-Qadi, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Canadian International College in Egypt, at the Ministry’s headquarters. During the meeting, the minister referred to the strength and strength of the relations between Egypt and Canada. Adding that Canada is coming in presented by the countries agreed upon to establish a complex in the Science City in the new administrative capital. Includes Branches of five Canadian Universities. Expressing his happiness with the steps that have been implemented in this project. With the aim of completing it as soon as possible.

The two sides discussed ways to enhance cooperation in higher education and scientific research between the two countries. And to benefit from experience of Egyptian scientists in Canada in the development of higher education: to serve future generations in Egypt.
The Canadian ambassador stressed his country’s keenness to promote and encourage bilateral cooperation with Egypt during the next period. And the readiness of his country to provide all means of support for the advancement of the educational process in Egypt. Directed invitation for the Canadian Minister to visit the Canadian universities participating in the project of establishing the Canadian University in the new administrative capital during the month of November: to support the cooperation between them and the Egyptian universities and identify programs
Education at Canadian Universities.

Minister of Higher Education meets Canadian Ambassador: Cooperation with developed countries is a priority

Dr. Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, affirmed the depth of the relations between Egypt and Canada, particularly in the fields of education, science and culture. He called for greater cooperation by providing scholarships, scientific missions and joint research programs in priority areas. Canadian ambassador to Cairo, Datoon, on Tuesday. Magdy El Kady, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Canadian International College in Egypt (CIC), at the Ministry’s headquarters.

During the meeting, the minister pointed to the strength and strength of the relations between Egypt and Canada, adding that Canada is at the forefront of the countries with which it was agreed to establish a complex in Science City in the new administrative capital, which includes branches of the top 5 Canadian universities. He expressed his happiness with the steps implemented in This project, directed at the need to finish it as soon as possible.

The two sides also discussed ways to enhance cooperation in higher education and scientific research between the two countries and benefit from the experience of Egyptian scientists in Canada in the development of higher education to serve future generations in Egypt.

The Canadian ambassador stressed the keenness of his country to promote and encourage bilateral cooperation with Egypt during the coming period, and his country’s readiness to provide all means of support to promote the educational process in Egypt. He directed the minister to visit the Canadian universities participating in the project to establish the Canadian University in the new administrative capital in November; Cooperation with Egyptian universities, learning about educational programs at Canadian universities, and participation in the conference on higher education to be held next March.

The most prominent d. Magdy El Kady UCE receives the full support of the Egyptian and Canadian governments, including the support of international affairs in Canada, as well as the Canadian Embassy in Egypt and the international recognition, pointing out that it has many advantages, the most important being a highly qualified and professional team, Canadian science, covering many educational areas.

The meeting was attended by Dr. Hossam El-Mallahi, the first assistant minister for cultural relations, missions and university affairs.

“Higher Education” is considering the implementation of the Canadian Universities Complex in the new capital

Dr. Khaled Abdel Ghaffar, Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, said that there is great interest from the political leadership in establishing branches of prestigious foreign universities in the new administrative capital, especially in the framework of fruitful and constructive relations between Egypt and various countries in order to promote the system of higher education, scientific research and science And technology in Egypt, commensurate with the global developments in various fields and scientific disciplines, and prepare a graduate capable of competing in the labor market, whether local, regional or international.

This came during a meeting with the Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, Dr. Mamdouh Shoukry, former President of the University of York, Canada, on Saturday evening, in the presence of Dr. Magdy El-Kady, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Canadian International College in Cairo, CIC. Hossam El-Mallahi, the first assistant minister for cultural relations, missions and university affairs, at the ministry’s headquarters.

Abdul Ghaffar stressed the need to benefit from Egyptian expertise and competencies abroad to contribute to achieving the objectives of the 2030 Sustainable Development Plan and to support scientific research in Egypt and linking it to the priority areas of the state plan such as water, energy, gas, oil, Which aims to promote mutual cooperation with various prestigious scientific institutions around the world.

The two sides discussed the latest executive procedures at the Canadian Universities Complex in the new administrative capital to determine the possibility of starting the study in September 2018 in a number of scientific disciplines such as engineering, pharmacy and others.

For his part, Mamdouh Shoukry expressed his keenness to serve his country Egypt by opening channels of cooperation between Egypt and Canada in the field of higher education and scientific research, especially in the field of research projects of common interest. He pointed out the need to benefit from the experience of Egyptian scientists in Canada in developing higher education to serve future generations in Egypt.

It is noteworthy that d. Mamdouh Shoukry was appointed President of the University of York in Canada in 2007 and was awarded the National Medal of Canada in 2013 for his contributions to the flourishing of academic institutions in Ontario, Canada as an engineer and director, as well as the award of Queen Elizabeth II, a senior fellow at Massey College, the Canadian Academy of Engineering, Mechanical Engineering.

Cape Breton University awards honorary doctorate to Yahya al-Fakharani and Hussein al-Jasmi

The University of Cape Breton awards the honorary doctorate of the great actor Yahya Al Fakharani and Emirati singer Hussein Al Jasmi in recognition of their outstanding art and outstanding contributions in a tradition that began in 2015 to honor Egyptian and Arab symbols from outside Canada.

This is part of the celebration of the Canadian Higher Institutes CIC on Monday, October 16, 2017, the graduation of a new batch, in a hotel in New Cairo, in the presence of Ambassador Jess Dutton Ambassador of Canada in Cairo, and Ambassador Juma Mubarak Al-Junibi Ambassador of the United Arab Emirates in Cairo, University of Cape Breton, Dr. Magdy Al-Qadi, Chairman of CIC, a group of faculty members in Egypt and a number of Canadian universities.

Canadian University opens its branch in the administrative capital September 2018

The Canadian University plans to open a branch in the administrative capital in September with investments overall 1.7 Billion Egyptian Pounds.

Dr. Magdy Al-Qadi said, University’s president, The new headquarters represents a center of excellence in the Canadian education in Egypt and North Africa with an area of ​​50 acres. It has 6 faculties of Engineering, Vocational Studies, Management Business, Humanities, Social Studies and Pharmaceutics.

He pointed out that the university consists of 8 buildings, will be the allocation of 7 buildings for educational purposes and a building for scientific research.

Dr. Khaled Abdul-Fafarah performed yesterday afternoon visit to the headquarters of the Canadian University in the administrative capital.

He said the Canadian University had started working in Egypt by the beginning of 1997 according to Egyptian law, and the value of its current assets are 960 Million Egyptian Pounds.

The university president pointed out that it is intended to be 50% of its students from Africa and the Middle East, through signing a number of international conventions to meet the needs of the Middle East and North Africa

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