Canadian ambassador sustains interest in CTU

Canadian Ambassador to the Philippines John T. Holmes has deepened ties with CTU President Rosein A. Ancheta in a recent engagement in Cebu City to further collaboration opportunities that began at the outset of the latter’s administration in 2015.

The dialogue dubbed “Collaboration Mission” was launched by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED), in partnership with the Canadian Bureau for International Education (CBIE) and Embassy of Canada in Manila.

It aimed at  facilitating partnerships between Philippine and Canadian higher education institutions (HEIs). North American HEIs in attendance were Algonquin College, Centennial College, College of North Atlantic, Georgian College, Royal Roads University, Saskatchewan Polytechnic, Seneca College and the Thompson Rivers University.

Key topics delved into included Innovation and Technology Advancement for Disaster Management and Resiliency; Innovation and Advancements in the Internationalization of Education; and Inclusive Education for Indigenous Communities Leading to Economic and Social Prosperity.

The activity continues to safely shelter CTU President Rosein A. Ancheta’s  internationalization efforts toward marketing the university’s capabilities, stabilizing his  global agenda in his second term of office (after reappointment was confirmed on March 3).  AII/UICPA