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Tuesday, 27 October 2020

CIRA’s school in New Mansoura is now up and running -El Kalla

Leading private sector education outfit CIRA has opened the doors of its new Regent British School in New Mansoura, Chairman Hassan El Kalla tells Al Mal. Some 60 students enrolled for the school’s first academic year, which started earlier this month with other public and national schools across the country, El Kalla said. Construction of the school had temporarily fallen behind schedule as a result of the pandemic, but CIRA was able to gather resources and speed up the process to meet its goal of opening in time for the new academic year, CEO Mohamed El Kalla previously told us. CIRA owns some 20 private schools including the “Futures” and “Mavericks” brands. Its flagship Badr University, was established in 2012 and offers degrees in at least eight academic disciplines.

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