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2+2 agreement signed with UAE university

[CUD Agreement]
Provost and Vice-Principal (Academic) Benoit-Antoine Bacon and Karim Chelli, President and Vice-Chancellor of the Canadian University Dubai, sign an agreement between the two institutions creating a 2+2 pathway Bachelor of Computing (Honours) degree program. (University Communications)
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Officials from the Canadian University Dubai (CUD) recently visited Queen’s to sign an agreement creating a 2+2 pathway program.

The agreement follows a series of meetings between the two institutions. 

The agreement allows for qualified CUD students to transfer into the Bachelor of Computing (Honours) degree program in the Faculty of Arts and Science after completing their second year of studies.  

A cohort of five to 20 undergraduate students annually would be eligible to transfer to Queen’s to complete the final two years of their program in the School of Computing. 

Located in the heart of Dubai, CUD offers students the opportunity of a Canadian-based curriculum while experiencing the culture and values of United Arab Emirates (UAE).  Founded in 2006, the Canadian University Dubai currently consists of the School of Architecture and Interior Design, the School of Business, the School of Engineering, Applied Science and Technology and the School of Environment and Health. 

All programs at CUD are accredited by the Ministry of Education Higher Education Affairs of the UAE to award degrees/qualifications in higher education.