Officials from the Ministry of Education and Higher Education and the French embassy in Doha held yesterday an extensive meeting with Qatari students of 12th grade wishing to continue their higher education in French universities.
The meeting focused on informing the students of the advantages, opportunities and academic options offered by the French universities, their requirements and conditions and how to apply for them, and other topics of interest to scholarship students.
Ministry official Moza Ali al-Mudahka said that such meetings and events emphasise the strong co-operation between Qatar and France in the educational fields, and reflect the country’s vision of openness to civilisations and scientific and cultural exchange among nations.
She exhorted the students to adhere to the noble Qatari values, the identity of their country and its reputation. She also urged them to maintain order and respect the law, thanking the parents of the students for their great role in supporting their children and encouraging them to achieve the goals of the homeland.
For his part, the French ambassador to Qatar, Eric Chevallier, hailed the deep bilateral ties in all fields, pointing out the possibilities and opportunities in French universities in all disciplines.
The meeting was also attended by Qatar’s Permanent Representative to Unesco Ali Zainal, who is also responsible for the university co-operation with France.
He reviewed the Qatari-French relations at all levels. He also discussed all the services the Qatari embassy in Paris provides, which include housing
and health insurance. (QNA)
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