RECTOR’S SPEECHSeptember 30, 2023 2023-10-06 7:24
Dear Freshmen, dear Students, dear Academic and Administrative Staff of the University College “Canadian Institute of Technology”!
As we embark on this exciting journey into a new academic year, I extend my warmest greetings to each and every one of you.
The dawn of a fresh academic year fills us with great enthusiasm and promise. It’s a time to build on our achievements from the past, a time to innovate, and a time to strive for excellence in all our endeavors.
As we look ahead, we envision a year filled with academic growth, new opportunities, and meaningful experiences. We are committed to enhancing the learning environment, fostering inclusivity, and promoting research and innovation.
Your commitment to education inspires us, faculty and staff alike, to work together to give you the competencies you need to succeed as skilled professionals in a challenging technology-driven environment. We will always be at your side to make your university years a period of your life that you will never forget, and we will continue to be at your side as we present new opportunities and business openings.
At CIT you will find the environment where you can develop your skills, learn and socialize. Student clubs, various sports activities, trips, competitions and everything else that will be organized at CIT will help in your development.
In addition, you will benefit from the mobility collaborations that CIT has with various universities in the region, Europe and Canada to study from one week to three months. With the hope of adding our names to significant new achievements and shaping the future together, I embrace you all and wish you outstanding success in your educational life.
In the spirit of growth and discovery, I encourage all of you to seize the opportunities that this new academic year presents. Let’s embark on this journey with determination, passion, and a shared vision of success.
Wishing you all a productive and enriching academic year ahead.
Prof. Dr. Sokol Abazi