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Posted On: 1 December 2019 06:02 pm

14th Annual College Fair held at Gulf English School

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The Gulf English School 14th annual College Fair is an event sponsored and attended by some of the most prestigious businesses and universities in Qatar. The event aims to provide the students with an informative platform which can assist them when choosing a career path as well as improving their future university applications. The event took place on November 28th, 2019.

In attendance was H.E Sheik Faisal Bin Qassim Al-Thani, who delivered a speech to give inspiration to all the students in attendance. In addition, Sheik’s holding company Al Faisal Holding sponsored the event. Representatives from the business advised the students on what businesses such as, Al Faisal Holdings look for during their recruitment process. The event is also sponsored by EspressoLab Qatar, one of the most innovative coffee chains, offering various tastes of gourmet coffee to coffee aficionados.

Faheem Javaid, Executive Director of the Gulf English School, stated: “The aim of the Gulf English School College Fair is to introduce students to the opportunities provided by various areas of employment and education.” he added: “The College Fair is being held for the 13th consecutive year with 26 participating parties including a wide range of businesses and universities.”

Currently, year 9 students are required to submit the initial draft for the subjects they would like to take for IGCSE. Likewise, year 11 students will be choosing their subjects for sixth form. Thus this event is key in ensuring the right subjects are chosen for the right College.

The GES College Fair grants a beneficial opportunity not only to its own students but also to students from other schools in the Doha region. This is regarded as an exceptional guide to students who are potentially the prospective leaders of our future generation. As a member of the Council of International Schools (CIS) it is essential for us to create a rigorous culture that engages the full community and encourages lifelong learning.

Source: Press release