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Posted On: 20 April 2013 12:40 pm
Updated On: 12 November 2020 02:12 pm

Spanish school to be established in Qatar

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As part of Qatar’s Outstanding Schools Initiative, a delegation from the Supreme Education Council (SEC) is currently visiting Spain to discuss the final details of establishing the SEK Spanish school in Doha. The team includes officials from the different departments of the SEC. They will visit the head offices of SEK Spanish School to review the final details concerning the opening of a branch of the school in Qatar to operate from academic 2013/2014. Study in the SEK School in Qatar will be limited to the primary stage in its first year and starting from pre-kindergarten stage up to the sixth primary class. The school will start by enrolling 180 students and will gradually expand by adding more stages each year so as to enroll a total number of 460 students in academic 2014-2015. This number of students will increase to be not less than 600 students in academic 2016-2017. SEK is one of Spain’s distinguished schools and enrolls students from age 1 to 18. It owns six international schools (IB System in Spain) and branches in Ireland and France in addition to a popular university in Madrid. The medium of teaching in SEK Schools is English and Spanish.