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Posted On: 18 June 2019 10:22 am
Updated On: 12 November 2020 02:04 pm

The Community College of Qatar celebrates the graduation of its 8th batch

Sumaica Asad
Sumaica Asad
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The Community College of Qatar celebrated the graduation of its 8th batch of holders of Associate Diploma and Bachelor's Degree.

The 8th batch included 890 graduates, including 305 male graduates and 585 female graduates. Holders of the Associate Diploma in Public Administration accounted for 40% of the graduates, while holders of the Associate Diploma in Arts accounted for 39% of the total.

This year's ceremony saw the graduation of the first batch of holders of Bachelor's degrees in Cybersecurity and Associate Diploma in Logistics Management in Qatar, as well as the graduation of the first batch of Associate Diploma students in Technological Engineering.

Commenting on the occasion, President of the Community College of Qatar Dr. Mohammed Al Nuaimi underlined that the College adopts the latest skills and teaching and technological methods, and relies on distinguished professors, praising the College's ability to graduate competitive capacities.

He noted that the Community College has developed new programs at the diploma level and the bachelor degree in order to boost the labor market with the needs of Qatari distinguished competencies, noting that the number of graduates doubled in the last few years.

Al Nuaimi highlighted the opening of the College's new branch in Al Khor to contribute to providing distinguished educational services to the students in the northern areas, noting the fruitful cooperation with Qatar University in developing a study plan to achieve smooth transition of the College's students to the University.

In press statements, Vice-President of the Community College Dr. Khalid Abdul Qadir shed light on the College's plans on the academic level and its readiness to conduct an intensive study on the introduction of the flexible education model - in parallel with its traditional programs - which combines e-learning and classroom education for a number of current and future academic programs at the College.

He added that the English Language Center at the College, which is an essential component of its Foundation Program, is preparing to obtain an international academic accreditation to emphasize the quality of its educational services. The College is also seeking strategic partnerships with a number of prestigious universities in the Arab world to expand its academic programs.

Al Khor branch will offer 20% of the College's general requirements in the fall of 2019, in addition to providing specialized training programs in various economic and industrial sectors, in cooperation with a number of national and international institutions.

Source: QNA