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CIC was established in 2004.

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CIC graduated 8 classes since 2008.

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The English Language is the Language of Instruction at CIC. (Except for Mass Com Arabic Section).

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All students graduate from the CIC with a Bachelor Degree.

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In Arabic we would call it an advanced institute. What is most important is:

1.CIC is offering Canadian programs that adhere to Canadian educational standards,

2. CIC graduates obtain a certified Egyptian and Canadian Bachelor’s degree that is equivalent to any Egyptian and Canadian university.

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Yes, the Egyptian degrees are accredited from the Egyptian Ministry of Higher Education, allowing the student to apply for entry to the Engineering, Business or Mass Com Syndicate upon graduation.

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CIC offers degrees in the following schools:

1. Business

a. Business Administration degree, Bachelor of Business Administration

b. The school of Business Technology offers a Technology Information degree, with concentrations (majors) available in Information Management and Network Management.

2. Mass Communication

The School of Mass Communication offers a Bachelor Degree in Modern Mass Com Technology with concentration (majors) in :

- Public Relations & Advertising,

- Journalism and

- Broadcasting.

3. Engineering. The School of Engineering offers Bachelor Degrees in:

- Industrial Engineering,

- Electrical Engineering,

- Civil Engineering,

- Mechatronics and

- Architecture Engineering.

4. Engineering Technology in Partnership with Cape Breton University. The School of Engineering Technology offers a Bachelor Degrees in:

- Electronics and Controls

- Manufacturing Engineering

 

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CIC offers three types of programming:

i) The Dual Program – The graduate receives a Canadian Degree from the Canadian Partner University providing the program of study and an Egyptian Degree from the Ministry of Higher Education of Egypt.

ii) The CIC Regular program where student graduate with an Egyptian Degree only.

iii) Canadian Only ProgramFor international Students only where a student is registered in the Partner Canadian University and graduate with only the Canadian degree. (Remember CIC is the Cairo Campus of CBU and UO).

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a. You will obtain two degrees with slight increase in fees.

b. You will enjoy higher percentage scholarships.

c. You will obtain a Canadian degree similar to your counterparts studying in Canada and without having to travel or pay international students fees which are very high and can reach more than L.E. 100,000

d. Your Canadian Degree is from a governmental renowned Canadian University that is accredited worldwide.

e. Although English Proficiency is required by Canadian University upon admission, CIC students have the privilege to take the chance of the first two years to obtain the English Proficiency required score.

f. During your study at CIC you will enjoy having Canadian Professors teaching you in various courses which is an added value and will enrich your learning experience.

g. As a Dual Program students you will have the change to share in the student exchange program and travel to our Canadian Partner University for a semester or a year while paying the same fees you pay at CIC which will be a great experience that will expose you to a different culture and will add to your learning experience.

h. As a Dual Program Student you can transfer to Canada in your final year to continue your studies as an international student or you can graduate from CIC and then apply for Post graduate studies in Canada.

 

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Because each program has limited room for students meeting the admission requirements, once program’s capacity is filled we cannot accept any more students. In addition, you can have a better choice of class schedule the earlier you apply. Therefore the earlier you apply the better your chance of acceptance and choice.

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Admission fees are non - Refundable and include:

- Admission application fee of L.E. 500 (all Students)

- CIC Placement Test L.E. 500 (all students)

- Architecture Exam L.E. 300 (for engineering School faculty of architecture )

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- CIC will be accepting 80% and above in Engineering.

- 70% and above in Mass Com and Business

- All students will apply at CIC and Tanseek.

- Students with lower GPA than required can still apply and acceptance will be pending seats available and Ministry approval.

 

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There are eight basic steps to apply.

1. Fill in the applicant info Card on our website.

2.You will get a reference no. on your email, kindly keep it as you will be using it during your admission process and will be showing it to the admission staff member at CIC.

3.Visit CIC to fill in your application form and book your placement exam and pay the admission fees.

4. Follow up on your emails to receive the result of your exam.

5. Apply at Tanseek and choose CIC as your first choice.

6. Once you get Betsaket Tarsheeh on CIC please visit us with all the required documents you have on your document check list handed to you with the admission file.

7.Pay your full fees.

8.Wait for our email with the date for advising to come and register in your courses, receive your CIC ID, CIC email account, Username and Password, New comer info pamphlet and the CIC rules and regulations for 2016.

 

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To submit a complete admission file you must provide the following:

  1. A complete application form signed by the Guardian and Applicant. (include Canadian Partner Application in case of Dual program with CBU).
  2. Non- refundable application fee of L.E. 500
  3. Non-refundable placement exam fee of L.E. 500.
  4. Betaket Al Tarsheeh.
  5. Original of High School Transcript.
  6. Original certificate of SAT I - stamped from AMIDEAST ( American Diploma Students)
  7. Original certificate of SAT II (for ENGR Dual and Regular Programs ) stamped from AMIDEAST ( American Diploma Students)
  8. Copy of I3dadia certificate or proof that the student has completed a total of at least 12years of schooling for non TH AMA Students)
  9. Original Birth certificate or mustakhrag rasmy
  10. Copy of Egyptian Identification Card (البطاقة)
  11. Copy of Arabic and Islamic Studies certificate for non TH AMA Students.
  12. Namouzag 2 Gond (for males) ( Will be followed by presentingufffd Namouzag 6 or 7 Gond upon reaching the age of 18.
  13. 6 colored Passport Size Photos
  14. The signed Statement of Disclosure form handed out with the application
  15. English Proficiency Score (ILETS or equivalent if available).
  16. Medical Certificate
  17. Paying full fees before advising and registration of courses.
  18. Application without complete parent/guardian contact information will not be accepted
  19. Application without the a parent/guardian signature on application and statement of disclosure will be rejected
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Freshmen of this year accepted in other institutions and want to transfer to CIC and their conditions are accepted (GPA/Qualifying subjects) will come to CIC with the following documents and CIC will complete their transfer:

  • A complete application form signed by the Guardian and Applicant. (include Canadian Partner Application in case of Dual program with CBU).
  • Non- refundable application fee of L.E. 500 (if not paid yet)
  • Non-refundable placement exam fee of L.E. 500.(if not paid yet)
  • Betaket Al Tarsheeh.
  • Original of High School Transcript.
  • Original certificate of SAT I - stamped from AMIDEAST ( American Diploma Students)
  • Original certificate of SAT II (for ENGR Dual and Regular Programs ) stamped from AMIDEAST ( American Diploma Students)
  • Copy of I3dadia certificate or proof that the student has completed a total of at least 12years of schooling for non TH AMA Students)
  • Original Birth certificate or mustakhrag rasmy
  • Copy of Egyptian Identification Card ()
  • Copy of Arabic and Islamic Studies certificate for non TH AMA Students.
  • Namouzag 2 Gond (for males) ( Will be followed by presentingNamouzag 6 or 7 Gond upon reaching the age of 18.
  • 6 colored Passport Size Photos
  • The signed Statement of Disclosure form handed out with the application
  • English Proficiency Score (ILETS or equivalent if available).
  • Medical Certificate
  • Paying full fees before advising and registration of courses.
  • Fees Receipt (will include a declaration that the fees was paid with the applying guardian consent and that fees will be refunded).
  • Filling in Tanseeq transfer form.
  • Payment of Transfer Tanseeq fee (L.E 200 – Business / L.E. 300 ENGR & Mass Com).

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Yes we accept: American Diploma, IGCSE, French, Abitur, and all Arabian Countries High School certificates.

Application must be done via CIC and Tanseek ( in case the student is Egyptian)

Application must be done via CIC and Wefedeen (in case the student is non-Egyptian).

 

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For Mass Com and Business:

  • SAT I Score of 1200
  • 8 subjects in grade 11 and 12 (max. of 3 subjects only from grade 11), with a minimum grade D
  • Dual program minimum score of C is required.
  • Accepted GPA is calculated as 60% on the SAT and 40% on the High School GPA and is determined by the Ministry of Education every year.
  • Application must be made via Tanseek and CIC.

For Engineering:

  • SAT I Score of 1200
  • +8 subjects in grade 11 and 12 with a minimum grade of D (max. of 3 subjects only from grade 11).
  • SAT II Score of 900 (2 subjects) which must include Mathematics + Physics or Chemistry or Biology.
  • Dual program: Minimum score of C is required.
  • Accepted GPA is calculated as 60% on the SAT and 40% on the High School GPA and is determined by the Ministry of Education every year.
  • Application must be made via Tanseek and CIC.
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For Mass Com and Business:

  • For IGCSE 8 O.L. Subjects with a minimum grade of C
  • Dual program : 8 O.L subjects with a minimum score of C + 2 A.L subjects minimum score C.
  • (PS: 1 AL Subject = 2 AS subjects with minimum score of C).

For Engineering:

  • For IGCSE 8 O.L. Subjects with a minimum grade of C. In addition to Mathematics (A level) with minimum grade D OR:
  • 2 subjects (A.S. Level) Mathematics and Physics or Chemistry or accounting, with minimum grade D (PS: 1 AL Subject = 2 AS subjects with minimum score of D).
  • Dual program: 8 O.L subjects minimum score C + 2 A.L minimum score C.
  • Application must be made via Tanseek and CIC.

 

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For Mass Com and Business:

English, Mathematics, Geography, Global Studies, Social Studies, History, Economic, Statistics, accounting, Commercial studies, consumer, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Germany, French, Computer, Business studies.

For Engineering:

English or English literature or composition 2A, Physics, Chemistry or applied chemistry, Mathematics, Advanced mathematics, rest of the subjects are optional.

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No, CIC accepts Thanawya Ama Certificate holders or equivalent degrees in addition to Al Azhar high school certificate but we don’t accept diplomas’ students.

 

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Please refer to the following website for information on tanseek steps, process, timings for application as per your GPA and how to apply for the various high school certificates:

http://www.tansik.egypt.gov

Please make sure to make CIC your first choice and our stamp numbers in Tanseek are as follows:

School/Campus

Stamp No.

Engineering New Cairo

755

Business New Cairo

756

Mass Com New Cairo

789

Engineering 6th October

1210

Business 6th October

1215

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Tuition fees information is available on the Fees and Regulations web page of the CIC website and the Admission Guide.

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Yes, CAD 460 are paid upon applying for graduation for the Canadian and Dual Program students. Students in the CIC Regular Program pay L.E. 1200 for graduation.

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Yes, Scholarships are calculated for new comers depending on:

  • Their grade average percentage in high school.
  • Other students can also have scholarships depending on their sports achievements.
  • Scholarships upon admission are maintained for one year after which it is re-evaluated. (Please refer to our website or the CIC Admission Information for more details).
  • Scholarships are calculated automatically when you apply your official documents and will show up in the finance department to reconcile the amount of money you will be paying for the academic years.

 

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Yes sure you can. We have categories for percentage discount.

  • Sibling (brother or sister) in CIC
  • Death of Guardian
  • Parent CIC Faculty or Staff
  • Parent Academic Faculty in other institutions
  • Handicapped
  • Ministry of Interior
  • Ministry of Defence
  • Olympic Group
  • How to apply?
  • To apply in any of these categories you must fill in the student financial form in Student Affairs and attach all the official documents to support your case.
  • IF you don’t fit in any you can still apply for fees instalment or financial aid by filling in the “student financial form” and attaching all supporting documents for evaluation.
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Yes, there is bus services for CIC students.

Per Semester (Fall or Spring)

L.E 2400

Per Year (Fall + Spring)

L.E 4250

NOTE: These rates are as per the current Gas Prices and in case of any increase in prices the student will be asked to pay the difference pertaining to any increase.

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Yes.

Student's Residence ( Hostel) Fees/Academic Year (Fall & Spring Semester)

 

Payment per Academic Year (without meals)

Payment per Semester (without meals)

Fall/Spring Semester accommodation single room

L.E 26,000

L.E 14,000

Fall/Spring Semester accommodation double room

L.E 16,700

L.E 9,400

Fall/Spring Semester accommodation Tripple room

L.E 13,400

L.E 7,700

Student's Residence ( Hostel) Fees/Academic Year (Summer Semester)

Summer Semester single room

L.E 10,000

 

Summer Semester double room

L.E 6,000

 

Additional Residence Fees

Insurance

L.E 2000 (Paid only once-refundable)

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Books are available and can be purchased at the CIC bookstore as they are not included in the academic fees. Copies of the books are also available at the CIC library and can be borrowed according to the CIC Library terms and conditions.

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  • A complete application form signed by the Guardian and Applicant. (include Canadian Partner Application in case of Dual program with CBU)
  • Non- refundable application fee of L.E. 500
  • Non-refundable placement exam fee of L.E. 500.
  • Original of High School Transcript.
  • Original certificate of SAT I - stamped from AMIDEAST ( American Diploma Students)
  • Original certificate of SAT II (for ENGR Dual and Regular Programs ) stamped from AMIDEAST ( American Diploma Students)
  • Copy of I3dadia certificate or proof that the student has completed a total of at least 12years of schooling for non TH AMA Students)
  • Original Birth certificate or mustakhrag rasmy
  • Copy of Egyptian Identification Card (البطاقة)
  • Copy of Arabic and Islamic Studies certificate for non TH AMA Students.
  • Namouzag 2 Gond (for males) (Will be followed by presentingNamouzag 6 or 7 Gond upon reaching the age of 18.
  • 6 colored Passport Size Photos
  • The signed Statement of Disclosure form handed out with the application
  • English Proficiency Score (ILETS or equivalent if available).
  • Medical Certificate
  • Paying full fees before advising and registration of courses.
  • Original Bayan Halah stating the student is enrolled in the educational institution he/she is transferring from.
  • Original transcript from the educational institution the student is transferring from.
  • Course description.
  • Paying full fees.
  • Fees Receipt (will include a declaration that the fees was paid with the applying guardian consent and that fees will be refunded).
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  • Application without complete parent/guardian contact information will not be accepted
  • Application without the a parent/guardian signature on application and statement of disclosure will be rejected
  • Important note: All official certificates or transcripts should be in English or Arabic and English.

 

 

 

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- Up to 50% of the courses can be transferred if equivalent pending the approval of the Ministry/partner Canadian university.(i.e. 50% of the program has to be studied at CIC.

- No transfer in the final year in Mass Com or Business

- No transfer in the 4th or 5th year in Engineering

- Make sure to provide your transcript and course description in English for the transfer process.

 

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If you are transferring in the same school in Business or Mass Com:

1. If in a credit system then your CGPA must be 2 or above

2. If in another educational system then you must have a pass grade and promoted to the next level

If you are transferring in the same school in Engineering :

To Pass five of the main six subjects ( Mechanics – Physics – Chemistry – Math – Production Engineering – Engineering Drawing & Projection

If you are transferring to a different School :

Just bring in the requirements documents as stated above

Note: For All Transfer Student High School GPA must be accepted in CIC in the year of his/her graduation from high school.

 

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You can if this dismissal was not an ethical penalty, yet transfer will be to a different school. You must provide all documents to prove your case.

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Not in the beginning of your admission process. However, once you get approved officially for a transfer by the Ministry of Higher Education, CIC will give you a letter to withdrew your file.

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Yes.

  • All classes at CIC are in the English Language.
  • You must sit an English placement exam to determine the level of English you will start at.
  • Students enrolled in the Dual or Canadian Degree will need an official TOEFL Score or equivalent upon admission or prior to registering in their third year at CIC. Students cannot register in third year courses or, of course, graduate with a Canadian Degree without the official required score demonstrating their English proficiency.

University

IELTS

University of Ottawa

6.5 - Writing 6.5

CBU

6.5 – (no band below 6.0) or Pass CBU English Exam offered at CIC every semester with an overall of 70% and no band below 65%

(Please check the Admission Guide or the CIC Rules and Regulations for details).

 

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Conditional acceptance has more than one meaning:

1. Either you are waiting for the Egyptian Ministry of Higher Education

Final approval- OR

2. Waiting for the Partner Canadian University final approval – or

3. You have fulfilled part of the Canadian Partner University requirements but need to fulfill all requirements and most probably this will be the English Proficiency level.

 

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- Your English Proficiency Score.

- And Good academic standing (average B or above).

 

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Yes, on top of the normal subject fees the student will have to pay an external student differential fee. Please refer to the partner university you wish to join website or contact the CIC International Affairs Division in the Student Affairs.

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Yes, CIC students in the Dual and Canadian programs graduate with the same degree as their counterparts in the Canadian Partner Universities. These degrees are accredited in Canada and worldwide through the AUCC (Association of Universities and Colleges in Canada) enabling the graduate to pursue post-graduate studies and work anywhere in the world.CIC student earns a 100% Canadian degree exactly like his Canadian counterpart in CBU-Canada, that is accredited in Canada and worldwide so he will be able to pursue post-graduate studies and work with his degree anywhere in the world.

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Yes, CIC students in the Dual or Canadian program have the opportunity to transfer to Canada either during their study or in their final academic year if they fulfill the criteria for transfer

-          Good Academic Standing

-          English Proficiency Proof

-          Apply before the deadline (1rst  March).

-          Accepted by Partner university.

-          Obtain a study visa. Students who fulfill the criteria for transfer will receive an acceptance letter from the Partner Canadian University by which they can apply for a study visa.

 

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The program is to enhance the educational and cross-cultural understanding of students and faculty from both CIC and the partner Canadian university and also to strengthen the partnership between both institutions.

The Exchange is for one Academic year or one academic semester and involves a maximum of five full time students per academic year.

Eligibility Criteria for CIC Students and application timelines:

  1. To have completed at least one year at CIC.
  2. To have a minimum average of 75% over the previous two semesters with no failures.
  3. Provide a proof of English Proficiency(ILETS or equivalent)
  4. To be at least 19 years old
  5. CIC students enrolled in the student mobility/exchange program are not eligible for Scholarship.
  6. To fill in the Student Mobility/Exchange application form available and the CIC International Affairs Division in the Student Affairs prior to March 1rst.
  7. Final year students are not eligible to share in the student exchange or mobility
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Exchange Programs allow the student to broaden personal and educational perspective.

Explore and appreciate new cultures

Learn from different professors

-   Experience personal growth

-   Pay the same fees at CIC thus much less in cost than in case of transfer

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  • Students studying CIC / CBU programs - 65%
  • Students studying CIC / UO programs - 75%
  • Students studying CIC program - 65%
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  1. When you are ready to go to Canada, you will formally apply to be accepted as a transfer student.
  2. You will be sent a formal letter of Acceptance.
  3. This document is part of your application for a study permit from the Canadian Embassy. You will not be able to apply for the permit without this letter.
  4. Applying for & Obtaining the visa is the student’s total responsibility and is not guaranteed by CIC.
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Yes, the Canadian Immigration Office allows post-secondary full time students with a study visa enrolled in a degree-granting institution to apply for a work permit and work in Canada for up to one year after their graduation in a study-related job.

 

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Yes.

  • CIC is a satellite campus of CBU and UOttawa offering special programs presented by both universities.
  • The curriculum is the same, the faculty and textbooks are all approved by the Canadian Partner Universities who perform several inspections each year to ensure quality and teaching methodology.
  • The Canadian credentials earned by CIC students, are CBU/UOttawa credentials, and they are conferred by both universities in the program they supervise.
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Yes.

The credentials earned by students attending the Dual or Canadian programs at CIC are CBU/UOttawa credentials.

The Degree earned by the student attending CIC will be conferred directly by CBU or UOttawa, as if the student had attended these universities in Canada studying in the program offered.

CIC and its Partner Canadian Universities have agreed to a number of quality assurance measures, which will ensure that the courses and programs offered at CIC reflect the high quality of programming offered in Canada.

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Students who fail to fulfil the Canadian Partner Universities requirements during their first two years of studies at CIC will be dropped from the Canadian program but can continue with the CIC regular program to attain their Egyptian Degree.

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All courses at CIC are based on a credit system. One course per semester counts as three (3) credits ( except in Engineering as we have courses that counts for 2 or 1 credit)). Students must accumulate enough course credits as shown in their program of study outline or major sheet to fulfill requirements for graduation.

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For Business a maximum of 11  courses per year and for  Mass Com and Engineering a maximum of 11/12 courses per year.

Full time students must be registered in as per their academic permitted course load, unless they:

 (a) are seniors who need to complete their degree requirements,

 (b) on academic probation,

 (c) have been restricted from a normal course load due to CIC’s academic regulations.

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The student must obtain a written approval from the Dean to exceed the normal load and must have a GPA of 75% or above.

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Change of major/program can be made only ONCE (before the end of October) and requests must be made to the Student Affairs Department through the “Student Change of Status Form” at the beginning of the academic year and no later than mid October.

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You can but only through an Official form “Student Change of Status Form” and through the Student Affairs Department. The application deadline is the final day of the examination period of the semester immediately preceding the requested leave.

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Yes, students can register in up to two courses during the summer semester unless they are graduates they can register for three.

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A typical course load of five 3-credit courses requires about 15 hours of class instruction each week plus tutorials and/or labs. For each three-hour class, you should expect to spend 2-3 hours on assignments, research, and study. In addition, some courses will require laboratory work.A typical course load of five, six-credit courses requires about 15 - 18 hours of class instruction each week. For each three-hour class, you should expect to spend 2-3 hours on assignments, research, and study. In addition, some courses will require laboratory work.

 

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You must drop the course using an Academic form (From the Student Affairs Department or downloaded from the CIC website or CMS). If you do not drop a course before the deadline you can get an “F” grade on that course so kindly refer to the CIC Calendar of events and CIC Rules and Regulations on the CIC website.

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The longer you stay in a course before dropping, the less the tuition that will be refunded. kindly refer to the CIC Calendar of events and CIC Rules and Regulations on the CIC website. If you are entitled to refund of tuition fees, the money that is returned to you will be credited to your account for the next semester.The longer you stay in a course before dropping, the less the tuition that will be refunded. You may drop a course up until the mid point of classes during the term that the course is offered, without academic penalty. If you are entitled to refund of tuition fees, the money that is returned to you will be kept in your account for the next semester.

 

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Independent Study (IS) courses are offered only for graduating students in their final year of study (with a maximum two per semester) , only if resources are available. (For more details please refer to the CIC Academic Rules and regulations).

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Supplementary examinations may be offered to eligible graduating students by the Dean after consulting the Instructor. Not all courses offer supplementary examinations.

To be eligible to write a supplementary, the student must:

  • Be In their graduation year
  • Have no less than 40% in the failed course
  • Have permission of the Instructor
  • Have an average including the failed subject of not less than 55% in the current semester

 

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Absence from any midterm examination or test, or late submission of assignments due to illness, must be justified; otherwise, no make-up will be permitted.

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·         Student must inform the Student Affairs Department as soon as he/she gets ill. Student Affairs should in turn inform the head of the academic department concerned of the student condition.

·         The student must come to the CIC doctor for investigation or

·         The student must provide an official Medical certificates from CIC approved Medical Centers/hospitals.

·         Medical certificates are verified by CIC doctor for accuracy.

 

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Yes,

  • No person is allowed to attend a class unless officially registered in CIC with the appropriate fees paid.
  • Attendance is a major factor at CIC andall students are expected to attend the College and all of their classes and labs regularly and punctually.
  • Attendance is taken at the beginning of each hour of class.
  • Students entering the class after registration is taken could be refused entry or entered as absent, unless a valid excuse is given.
  • Anyone leaving the class before adjournment must ask permission of the instructor or be recorded as absent.
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·         Warnings will be given to students who are absent from classes and labs, and marks will be deducted for unexcused absences.

·         When absences in a course reach an unacceptable level, the student will not be allowed to continue attending the course.

·         Classes and labs are treated separately.

·         Attendance is not taken for tutorial classes; however students are expected to attend all tutorials as quizzes may be given.

 

The following applies to unexcused absences in any one course:

First Warning:  After 10% (2 weeks or 2 lectures, or 10 hours of ESL classes) of absence the Professor gives the student the first 1st Warning

           Second Warning: After 20% (4 weeks or 4 lectures or 1 week in remedial classes of

absence the student receives a 2nd Warning (documented) from the SA.

            Suspension: After 30% (5 weeks or 5 lectures or 30 hours in remedial classes)

absence the student is dropped from the class and suspended from attending his final exam. Students suspended are given a (W) grade meaning Withdrew.

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In some cases students may face extreme circumstances in which they will be unable to write an exam at the scheduled time or suffer illness during the exam. CIC may permit a deferred examination based on the evaluation of the case. A written request “Academic Form” with supporting documents must be submitted to the Student Affairs within three days from the examination date.

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The Development Office supports a wide range of career-related programs and resources with an emphasis on excellence in learning from experience. The office guides students through the career development process including:

- The exploration of personal workplace preferences and strengths.

- The development of career competencies.

- The construction of a career plan.

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Co-operative Education Program (Summer Internships)

Soft skills Workshops and training

Field Trips and Sponsoring graduation projects

Career-related Events: Employment Fairs and Mock Interviews

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Interested students have to visit the Development Office (Room G06) and apply for the activities he/she interested in. All cohorts can enjoy the Development Services for free including Co-op Program Service. Based on the program, all cohorts shall abide by the selection criteria.

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Students who are interested in the Co-op Service have to follow the following steps:

- Fill a registration form at the Development Office.

-If they meet the applying criteria, then will be contacted and informed about the available vacancies.

- Students interested should submit their resume together with a covering letter and select the vacancies they are interested in

- They will then be interviewed by the company they applied for.

- If accepted, they will be informed by the start and end day.

If rejected, they shall apply for another job and the process is repeated again until accepted in any organization.

N.B Students can apply for more than one job, but it is a must to accept the first offer you receive in order to give chance for other students. Otherwise, the student will be discarded from the Development Office for one academic year.

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No.

- For students enrolled in Canadian program in the schools of Business (BADM & BTEC), Mass Communication, and Engineering technology the students can spend the years of their study at CIC and once they fulfill the graduation requirements they graduate with a Canadian Degree.

- Except for the engineering program with UO as the present model for the partnership between CIC and UO in this school is referred to as a2 plus 2 years model. In that model, Egyptian students will attend CIC for two years, and then transfer to UO in Canada to complete the second two years. (i.e. only 50% of the program can be studied at CIC).

Transfer to Canada will always depend upon :

Students’ English proficiency

Academic standing 

Their abilities to obtain student visas to study in Canada.

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-          Located on Cape Breton Island in the province of Nova Scotia, Canada.

-          It is 400 km East of Halifax, the capital of Nova Scotia and 1200Km East of Montreal.

-          The Municipality where CBU is located includes the City of Sydney, and the towns of Glace Bay and New Waterford.

-          A bus service connects all three, and the local airport (50 minutes to Halifax External Airport by air) is 10 minutes from the university.

-          Known as best with respect to student satisfaction.

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-   Known as Canada’s University established in 1848,

-   A bilingual university that ranks the 7th in research intensity among Canada’s universities.

Located in Ottawa, Canada’s Capital City.

-   Students and Faculty are from more than 150 countries’

Offers more than 360 undergraduate program and more than 120 graduate programs in 10 faculties.

The fourth largest co-operative education program in Canada exists at UO.

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In 2011 an articulation agreement was signed between CIC Business Information Technology program  (BTEC) and the University of Windsor where CIC students in the BTEC program can apply to transfer to UWindsor at any time during their study to complete their degree towards either:

- A bachelor of computer science (honors applied computing program) in accordance with the admission requirements set by UWindsor. Such students may be granted up to 22 semester course credits toward the university’s bachelor of computer science honors program (total 40 courses),

- Or they may enter the bachelor of computer science (General program) & be granted up to 17 semester course credits towards the university’s bachelor of computer science general program (total 30 courses).

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  • Founded in 1963,
  • Has 16,00 graduate and undergraduate students.
  • A member of the National Conference of Canadian Universities and Colleges, the University Articulation Board of Ontario, the International Association of universities and the Association of the British Commonwealth.
  • graduated more than 80,000 alumni since its founding.
  • Offers more than 140 programs across nine faculties.
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