Fair held for students aspiring to study in UK
June 26 2019 01:08 AM
Fair held for students aspiring to study in UK
Twelve UK universities and colleges accredited by the Ministry of Education and Higher Education participated in the exhibition.

QNA/Doha

The scholarships department at the Ministry of Education and Higher Education and the British Council organised Tuesday "Study UK Fair, Summer 2019" along with the UK Pre-departure Briefing Session.
During the event a briefing was presented to explain the procedures needed for students travelling to study in the UK for the 2019/2020 academic year.
The event was to address high school students and graduates of the National Service Academy who wish to study in the UK.
Representatives of the participating UK universities provided the necessary information on educational life and study in the UK through British Council representatives, UK immigration and passports and new graduates from UK universities.
Twelve UK universities and colleges accredited by the Ministry of Education and Higher Education participated in the exhibition.
The representatives responded to the students' inquiries and urged them to take this opportunity to obtain immediate acceptance for those who are still looking for university programs to join in autumn 2019 if they meet the requirements.
Student guidance and consultant at the scholarships department at the Ministry Neamat al-Fayez said scholarship opportunities are available to Qatari and expatriate students to complete their university studies.


Representatives of the participating UK universities provided the necessary information on educational life and study in the UK 

This is why the number of students continues to increase as the ministry and its partners seek to provide the specializations students desire to contribute to meeting the needs of the job market.
In a statement to Qatar News Agency (QNA) al-Fayez said the scholarship lists at the Ministry of Education and Higher Education include many prestigious universities worldwide.
She hoped that students, from such events, would achieve the desired benefits and provide them with the information they need as well as answers their inquiries and questions.
She commended the cooperation between the Ministry of Education and Higher Education, the Ministry of Administrative Development, Labor and Social Affairs and the job market in terms of facilitating the process of scholarships, providing support and assistance, which works as an incentive to the students.
She added that scientific disciplines are needed by the labor market more now and include, for example, engineering and medicine in all concentrations, computer and computer science and others.
She stressed that what interests these entities is the students' interests and their choice of major which makes jobs available to them.



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