WHOA! (Sorry, I’ve fought the CRA on this matter and won, more than once.)
Your search listing is for prescribed foreign universities qualified to issue DONATION RECEIPTS. The courts have ruled against the CRA using that list for the purpose of issuing TUITION RECEIPTS.
The two are NOT compatible.
See Shea v. The Queen, 2008 TCC 184 (CanLII), http://canlii.ca/t/1wgpg, retrieved on 2017-10-26
Paragraph  “I must say again that these provisions do not require universities to be prescribed. Therefore, Schedule VIII of the Income Tax Regulations has no application in this matter.”
Your search bar listing is for Schedule VIII of the Regulations which pertains to Subparagraph 110.1(1)(a)(vi) of the Act. It is not for Paragraph 118.5(1)(b) of the Act. That court case ruled against the CRA using the list you provided for the purpose of determining if the foreign university is permitted to issue a TL11.
The CRA maintains a separate, non-public, list of universities. If they refuse, they must provide a specific reason for the refusal. They are not allowed to simply say, “It is not on the list.” They have to CITE the ACT.