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Canadian Universities to visit Kuwait
October 7, 2013, 12:44 pm

The Embassy of Canada in Kuwait is pleased to announce that the eighth annual Middle East Education Initiative (MEEI), composed of approximately 15 leading Canadian universities and colleges, will be visiting Kuwait from October 29-30, 2013. Representatives from the institutions will be available to meet with students, parents and other members of the education community, and provide information about study opportunities in Canada. The tour includes school visits and a Study in Canada fair at the Marina Hotel, Salmiya, on Tuesday, October 29 from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm.

Quality education is available throughout Canada, and each of our 10 provinces and 3 territories has something exciting to offer. With its safe and welcoming environment and affordable tuition fees, Canada remains a top destination for international students wishing to pursue their studies abroad.

The enthusiasm shown by international students for post-secondary studies in Canada gives testimony to the superior quality of our education system. Students recognize that Canada offers them the opportunity to earn academic qualifications that are recognized and respected around the world, while being part of a tolerant and vibrant multicultural community.

International students in Canada have access to the most sophisticated and up-to-date technologies and facilities, and to programs which allow them to gain valuable work experience through work placements and cooperative education.

We invite you to come and meet the representatives from Canada’s colleges and universities and discover how studying in Canada will set you on the path to achieving your dreams.

The schools participating on the tour will be:

Carleton University

College of New Caledonia  

Columbia College

Dalhousie University

Fraser International College  

MacEwan University 

Ryerson University

Saint Mary University

Seneca College

Sheridan Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning

St. John’s International School

University of Alberta

University of Manitoba

University of Waterloo 

Vancouver Island University

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