RESEARCH - EDUCATION - COLLABORATION
CIMC's online self-paced courses are designed to be taken according to your convenience,at your own speed and schedule. You may finish a course as soon as you can, or take as much time as you reasonably need. There is no specific start date, and the course materials will remain accessible to you till the end of your study. After completing a course, and upon passing an online objective test, you will receive the original Certificate directly from CIMC or its partner institutions.
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The mission of CIMC is to
- Facilitate international research and training in convergent Mass Media Communication technologies
- Develop strategies to meet the diverse communication needs of an ever-evolving global community
CIMC actively helps its foreign partners and affiliates achieve sustainable growth through symbiotic cooperation. Through international collaboration, the Institute actively explores the possibilities of expanding multifaceted communication training, and creates global opportunities for reciprocal transfer of knowledge and skills. The primary objectives are to identify and respond to evolving needs of institutional affiliation; and to initiate and manage international collaborative projects in media education, research, training and production. In the area of developmental communication, CIMC's mission is to foster international collaboration in media education, and to facilitate and promote Capacity Building and Technology Transfer.
CIMC's primary objectives are to identify and respond to evolving needs of global institutional affiliation, and to initiate and manage international collaborative projects in media education. CIMC represents its international affiliates in partnership negotiations with Canadian educational institutions, and guides international students seeking higher education in Mass Communication in Canada.
According to the Canadian ministry of Citizenship and Immigation, more than 130,000 students come to study in Canada every year. In fulfillment of its mandate for globalization of media education, CIMC is committed to providing assistance to international students of Mass Communication. Aspiring candidates are encouraged to familiarize themselves with the prevailing policies, guidelines and regulations of the Canadian government. Information relating to application for studying in Canada, is available at the official website of IMMIGRATION & CITIZENSHIP, Canada.
The following Canadian universities offer higher education in Mass Media Communication and related programs. Prospective international students are encouraged to explore the academic offerings of these Universities, and contact CIMC for further guidance and assistance.
Source: Universities Canada (www.univcan.ca)