The Community College of Qatar (CCQ) is participating in the ninth edition of the annual University Expo Qatar (UniExpo), which is being held at the Doha Exhibition and Convention Centre until today.
The two-day exhibition brings secondary school students, parents, school administrators, career advisers and key academic influencers under one roof to network and explore educational opportunities at more than 100 universities, colleges and academic institutions that represent over 15 countries at the event.
CCQ’s dedicated booth at the event serves as a platform for more than 3,000 visiting high school students and professionals willing to continue their education, with the aim of navigating through the college’s academic programmes that span a multitude of fields and disciplines.
The “high-demand degree programmes are tailored for the local and international job market needs and have been developed to meet the requirements of a 21st-century knowledge-based society”, CCQ has said in a statement.
CCQ president Dr Mohamed Ibrahim al-Naemi said, “With every edition of University Expo Qatar, the exhibition reflects the constant progress that the country’s education scene is witnessing. And every time we are a part of this premier higher education platform, we proudly showcase CCQ’s growing range of academic offerings, as well as the various improvements we’ve introduced to enhance our students’ educational journey at the college.
“On behalf of everyone at CCQ, I would like to thank the event’s organisers for helping our youth carve their path towards realising their academic and career aspirations.”
Visiting students shared their views on their plans. Abdullah Ahmad, a student of Smaisma Secondary School for Boys, praised the academic advisory services from the CCQ pavilion at the University Expo Qatar, adding that he would like to major in business administration at the college after he graduates from high school.
Meanwhile, Abd al-Rahman al-Jaber, a student of Tariq bin Ziad Secondary School for Boys, said he is planning to study Arabic literature at CCQ. After the college’s academic advisers at the event addressed his questions regarding the study plan to follow to enter this field, he is more willing to enrol in this course of study.
Chair of the Information Technology (IT) programme, Dr Mohamed al-Dorani, is presenting visitors and stakeholders with information on the various specialisations in IT on offer at CCQ. Additionally, chair of the Engineering Technology (ET) department at CCQ, Dr Ahmad al-Omari, will be delivering a presentation on the college’s ET programmes and the wide range of technical roles that their students can assume upon graduation.
The college’s academic advisers will also be meeting one-on-one with students interested in discovering CCQ’s diverse range of learning paths while providing them with personalised advice and detailed explanations on the right programmes for their respective career choices.
CCQ’s participation in the expo comes in the framework of its ongoing efforts to bring a holistic student-centred education to Qatar’s younger generation and help them define a brighter future for themselves and their communities, the statement adds.
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