The Ministry of Higher Education determines the minimum grade for acceptance each academic year through . In addition, for the dual program, students must qualify for the Canadian partner university requirements.
CIC is dedicated to producing well-rounded graduates that possess not only academic excellence, but also the real-world skills needed to succeed. In order to achieve this, CIC arranges for field trips outside the campus to allow students to visit businesses that are relevant to the material they are studying. These trips are designed to give them experience and insight into their major, making then more aware and equipped for when they graduate and enter their career. By doing so, CIC is providing the students with the experience beyond the classroom that will be the foundation for their future success.
The Computer Science School is committed to provide an outstanding academic climate that will earn students the knowledge, skills and ethics to compete locally, partner with Canadian universities to qualify for work regionally and internationally, support scientific research and gain the trust of the community
Leading higher education institutions in the Middle East in awarding internationally accredited degrees
Computer Science Institute offers a Bachelor Degree in Applied Computer Science that is accredited from the Ministry of Higher Education and Supreme Council of Universities in Egypt. So upon graduation, our students can register at the Syndicate of Scientific Professions. The study in the institute is based on a credit hour system. Students graduate after successfully completing 140 credit hours distributed among 43 subjects and passing Military Education.
“CIC Computer Science Program is preparing students for a new era in computing technology. Students practice theory, make projects on different scales and participate through many activities during their study. They have the opportunity to compete locally and globally, as CIC is confident that the graduates acquire principal competencies in Applied Computer Science.”
In this course, you will be taught by staff with relevant expertise and knowledge appropriate to the content of the unit. This could include senior academic staff, qualified professional practitioners, and research students, many of whom are actively engaged in research and/or professional practice which is integrated into the teaching of this course. Please note that staff can change..