Qatar Academy of Qatar Foundation for Education, Science, and Community Development celebrated the graduation of the third batch of its students in a special ceremony held at the academy’s headquarters in Al Khor city.
During the graduation ceremony, the academy honoured the distinguished students for excellence in the areas of literature and language, the fields of individuals and communities, science and mathematics, as well as the delivery of certificates to the 15 graduates.
Assistant Undersecretary for Educational Affairs at the Ministry of Education and Higher Education Fawzia Abdulaziz al-Khater said that Qatar provided all the needs of the Qatari students, especially researchers and distinguished students.
Al-Khater added that there are several universities in Qatar for students to choose from, adding that they must select the most appropriate and commensurate with their abilities.
She stressed that the nations are developed by the hands of their children and the minds of their scientists.
Director of Qatar Academy Aisha Mohamed al-Megbali said that the graduates have been prepared to fulfil the mission of the academy through the achievements of their careers.
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