Bahrain to Canada to Study and Tour

Map of Madinat, Sitrah, Mira Salman,
Jidd Hafs, Awali, Haviar Island, Manama, 

Canadian Consulate in Bahrain
Al Jasrah Tower
12th Floor
Building 95, Road 1702
Block 317, Diplomatic Area
P.O. Box 2397
Manama, Kingdom of Bahrain
Telephone: +973 17 536 270
Fax: +973 17 532 342

Bahrain Canada Information Links

Consulate de-Lilat de-Bahrain in Canada
1869 Avenue Rene Levesuest
Montereal Quebec, Canada H3H-1R4
Tel:(514) 931-7444 Tlx:-21-055-62235

Bahrain Diplomatic Services performed by:
Embassy of the Kingdom of Bahrain
3502 International Drive North West
Washington, District of Columbia,
United States of America, 20008
Tel.: (202)342-0741,-0742,-0743,-0744
Fax: (202)362-2192

Office of the Cultural Attaché ( Bahrain )
Tel.: (202) 537-1144 Fax: (202) 362-5207

Canada is represented by the Embassy of Canada in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Bahrain is represented in Canada by the Embassy in Washington, D.C., U.S.A.

Canada cooperates with Bahrain in many multilateral initiatives such as the Friends of Yemen process and the G8 and BMENA (Broader Middle East and North Africa) initiative. Bahrain was host to the second edition of the G8 and BMENA Forum for the Future in 2005.

Canada completed the FIPA negotiations on Foreign Investment Promotion and Protection Agreements with Bahrain in January 2010. Bahrain is also part of the Gulf Cooperation Council area, which is considered a priority market for Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada.

Canada and Bahrain share common views on the importance of education and Canada welcomes each year many Bahraini students. Inter-university agreements further strengthen the ties between Canada and Bahrain.

Bahrain established the first free public education system in the Persian Gulf region in 1919 and the literacy rate was estimated at over 90 percent. The University of Bahrain was established in 1986 and the College of Health Sciences was founded in 1976 and trains physicians, nurses, and other health professionals.

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