The Office of Research and Graduate Studies at Qatar University College of Engineering (QU-CENG) recently organised the Graduate Open Day 2017 to provide graduate students with information on the masters and PhD programmes at CENG and to familiarise them on the admission requirements and registration procedures.
This year, CENG enrolled 146 graduate students – 118 masters and 28 PhD students. The students had the opportunity to meet with faculty members, programme coordinators, department heads, and graduate staff, and to get insight into CENG graduate programmes.
The college offers seven master’s degree programmes – Civil Engineering, Computing, Electrical Engineering, Engineering Management, Environmental Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Urban Planning and Design – and one PhD programme with 12 major fields – Architecture, Urban Planning, Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Industrial and Systems Engineering, Engineering Management, Environmental Engineering, and Materials Science and Engineering.
CENG associate dean for research and graduate studies Prof Abbes Amira said, “The main purpose behind organising this annual event is to provide our graduate students with the opportunity to gain valuable information on CENG graduate programmes and services, and to assist them with any personal questions or issues. CENG offers a wide range of graduate programmes that align with the goals of Qatar National Vision 2030 and the Qatar National Research Strategy.”
“The College continues in its efforts towards providing its students with training and internship opportunities, and hands-on experiences that will contribute to helping them establish links within the field of industry,” he added.
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