Dr. Magdy El Kady, CIC President
One of the most important parts of the nation's economic reform program is the steady increase in the overall effectiveness of Egyptian businesses and Egyptian workers. The Canadian International College believes that graduates of our programs will help in achieving this goal.
As Egypt and Egyptian companies are faced with ever stiffer foreign competition in the domestic market and as they participate more and more fully in the ever increasing movement toward freer global trade (a potential market of 6 billion, rather than the more limited national or regional markets), Egyptian business must become ever more efficient and competitive.
One of the essential components of change in this direction for Egyptian business is that Egyptian students must have access to applied learning and up-to-date approaches.
We at CIC are able and willing to be one of the primary providers of this innovative type of study. You as a student will receive the best education in applied learning while studying programs already very successful in Canada. Successful completion of the program will grant a degree from Cape Breton University in Canada, a successful leader in co-op learning.
I welcome you to CIC and look forward to meeting you during the school year
Dr. John Harker, CBU President
Although CBU is many thousands of miles away from the Canadian International College in Cairo, I would like to assure you that we consider CIC students to be CBU students and, therefore, I am pleased to formally welcome you to the Cape Breton University community of learners.
As you are aware, the program of studies that you are taking at CIC is the same as the corresponding program of studies here at CBU, and if you are successful in your studies you will one day receive a Degree from the University of Cape Breton. Our Degrees are recognized by employers & graduate schools throughout Canada, & the world for that matter.
We look forward to the day that you can visit and study at CBU, which is located in the city of Sydney, in the province of Nova Scotia, Canada.