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