AFG College with the University of Aberdeen will take part in the University Expo which opens tomorrow at the Doha Exhibition and Convention Centre (DECC) to promote its undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.
AFG College with the University of Aberdeen currently has a total of 500 students who have enrolled for this academic year. This includes 260 returning students, with a further 240 new students joining the programmes across undergraduate and postgraduate portfolio.
The number of students represents the largest cohort to date and recognises the demand by the local population for quality higher education. Brian Buckley, principal at AFG College with the University of Aberdeen, said, “It’s been wonderful to see so many new and returning students on campus this semester. It gives me great pleasure to see that over 70% of our current student body is made up of Qatari nationals, which is evidence of our drive and determination in helping to fulfil the capacity building element of the Qatar National Vision 2030.”
The University Expo is a two-day exhibition for students aged 16+, as well as their parents, school counsellors, principals and career advisers. There will be inspirational talks, seminars, opportunities to discuss education and career choices with local and international universities and higher education
Staff of AFG College will discuss with the expo guests the benefits of enrolling in its undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes.
AFG College with the University of Aberdeen is a unique partnership between the Al Faleh Group for Educational and Academic Services and the University of Aberdeen which opened its doors to undergraduate students in September 2017. It is currently offering undergraduate programmes in Business Management and Accountancy and Finance, as well as its postgraduate programmes in MBA and MSc International Business
The partnership presents the opportunity for those students living and working in Qatar to access a British degree from one of the leading international universities, currently ranked number 170 in QS World University rankings 2020.
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