Ten of Canada’s leading universities are coming to Kuwait, on Monday, 8 February, to hold an information session on Canada as a destination for undergraduate studies. The group’s visit to Kuwait is part of a larger initiative which will take them to Jordan, Qatar, Oman, and the United Arab Emirates. The tour focusses on senior secondary students who exhibit strong academic standing, as well as to their parents.
The schedule includes high school visits, information sessions, and opportunities to interact with school guidance counsellors. The tour is supported by the Council of International Schools (CIS) - Canadian Higher Education Committee and is being led Ms. Jennifer Peterman of McGill University. It is the Council’s thirteenth consecutive Canadian tour to visit Kuwait.
Canadian universities are engaged internationally as leaders in education through teaching, research and partnerships. Undergraduate education in Canada is a hybrid of US and UK styles offering breadth of program options, flexibility in choice and a degree that is recognized world-wide.
Students choose Canada because a strong education and a positive international experience is the foundation for their exciting and successful futures. The quality, affordability, and research opportunities are key factors in this decision. University campuses across Canada offer multicultural environments, beautiful spaces and friendly people. As a leader in business, political diplomacy, arts and culture and technology – Canada’s education system is at the core of its success and its graduates are players on the world stage.
Study in Canada
Undergraduate Admission Information Session
Monday, 8 February 2016
Kuwait City, Kuwait
Sheraton Hotel & Towers
19.00 to 19.30 Presentation
19.30 to 21.00 University Fair
Brock University, University of Calgary, Carleton University, Concordia University, Dalhousie University, University of Guelph, McGill University, Memorial University, Ryerson University, York University.