The Community College of Qatar (CCQ) is participating at the eighth University Expo Qatar, which began yesterday at Qatar National Convention Centre under the patronage of HE the Minister of Education and Higher Education Dr Mohamed Abdul Wahed Ali al-Hammadi, as the event’s gold sponsor.
The two-day exhibition brings high school students, parents, school administrators, career advisers and key academic influencers under one roof to network and explore educational opportunities at more than 50 universities, colleges and academic institutions that represent more than 15 countries at the event.
The CCQ’s booth at the event serves as a platform for more than 3,000 students, from the 60 independent and private schools represented at the exhibition, to navigate through the college’s academic programmes that span a multitude of fields and disciplines.
“The high-demand degree programmes are tailored for local and international job market needs, and have been developed to meet the requirements of a 21st century knowledge-based society,” CCQ said in a statement.
Commenting on the college’s participation in the fair, CCQ president Dr Mohamed Ibrahim al-Naemi said: “Throughout the two-day exhibition, our representatives are going to be available at the college’s booth to share information with visiting students about the holistic learning experience at CCQ and the multi-disciplinary programmes we offer at the college.
“The expo presents students with the opportunity to join the ranks of many successful CCQ alumni who went on to assume leading positions at prominent institutions, or further their education at one of our select partner universities in the US and Australia.”
As part of the college’s participation, chair of the Information Technology Programme Dr Mohamed al-Dorani is presenting a seminar titled The importance of cybersecurity in protecting Qatar’s infrastructure.
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