Lusail University (LU) will accept student applications until November 10 for its Spring 2021 semester, it was announced on Tuesday.
LU offers a number of Bachelor degree programmes including in Public Law and Private Law from the College of Law, Bachelor of French Studies and Bachelor of English Language Teaching from the College of Education and Arts, Bachelor of Business Administration and Bachelor of Marketing and Distribution Techniques from the College of Commerce and Business.
LU is offering its academic programmes in collaboration with prestigious universities such as Hassan II University-Casablanca, Morocco as well as the University of Jordan.
The university will offer classes for its male and female students in two gender-segregated buildings in Lusail City which will include state of the art classrooms and other campus facilities.
“we have admitted 935 students this fall 2020 in six different academic degree programmes. We are currently preparing for the opening of the new campus which has been designated for our female students and will contain all the necessary facilities to accommodate our student needs including lecture rooms, IT labs, facilities for student activities and student support as well as conference and exhibition halls." stated the university provost, Prof Nitham Hindi.
LU offers a 10% to 60% tuition discount to students with special needs, outstanding students (who have scored 90%) in the Secondary Education Certificate, individuals who have excelled in their fields and have represented Qatar such as in sports, arts and sciences, persons who have obtained exclusive intellectual property rights to an invention or its equivalent, sibling discount, as well as children of LU employees.
Students wishing to join LU in the spring of 2021 semester can apply for admission through the university's website at www.lu.edu.qa
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