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

October 17, 2017

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.

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