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CIT hosts a series of impactful conferences aimed at fostering collaboration and knowledge exchange across disciplines. These events bring together scholars, researchers, and professionals from diverse backgrounds to explore pressing issues and emerging trends. Through inclusive dialogue and practical sessions, our conferences promote innovation and drive meaningful societal impact. Join us as we bridge knowledge gaps and inspire collective solutions for a better tomorrow. 


What distinguishes CIT’s conferences is its commitment to inclusivity and global reach. By attracting participants from around the world, these conferences facilitate cross-cultural perspectives and collaborations, enriching discussions and broadening horizons. Moreover, with a focus on practical applicability and hands-on learning, attendees are empowered to translate insights into actionable strategies, driving positive change and societal impact. Join us as we continue to bridge disciplines, inspire creativity, and forge connections that shape the future of academia and beyond.


CIT Review Journal (CIT rev.) [ISSN: 2788-645X (Online), is a peer reviewed, open access, inter- and multidisciplinary scientific journal that is dedicated to publish significant, innovative original research that advances the frontiers of science. 



Established in 2014, CIT rev. aims to offer scientists an international forum for sharing timely and up-to-date publication of scientific research and review articles and welcomes submissions from all scientific disciplines in the following broad categories:


ECO – Economics and Business
ITE – Information Technology and Engineering
HUM – Humanities


Published 2 times a year in May and November, the journal is the official publication of The Canadian Institute of Technology, an academic institution devoted to the study and promotion of knowledge. CIT rev. serves a broad range of readers – academia, business and public administration.

The library is located on the 2nd floor and offers access to a vast collection of books, as well as thousands of full-text electronic journal subscriptions.


The library primarily serves university members and secondarily the community. It supports all programs taught at the university by housing a variety of collections in different formats to cater to diverse needs.


Did you know? You can access a total of over 5000 hardcopy books, 346 science magazines, and a dozen other online books!

CIT Library features a curated catalog of over 100,000 technical books – including titles from McGrawHill Education, O’Reilly, Pearson etc.


Statistically speaking in our library, you can find over 57.098 books in engineering and over 27.546 books in the field of economy.