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Posted On: 25 July 2022 03:00 pm
Updated On: 26 July 2022 11:30 am

University of Doha for Science and Technology and Mowasalat sign MoU for effective use of technology

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University of doha for science and technology mowasalat sign mou technology road safety

The University of Doha for Science and Technology (UDST) has signed a memorandum of understanding with Mowasalat (Karwa). The signing ceremony took place at UDST in the presence of the University’s President Dr. Salem Al-Naemi and Mr. Fahad Saad Al Qahtani, Mowasalat (Karwa) Chief Executive Officer, and different stakeholders.

The agreement

The agreement sets a framework for cooperation and ongoing projects between both entities. This includes conducting research and development studies, particularly in the areas of road safety and technology. UDST and Mowasalat (Karwa) will perform many trainings exchange and professional development programs focused on health, safety, environment, and train the trainer model. Mowasalat (Karwa) will also offer UDST students the chance to conduct their internships at its premises and will support UDST graduates with employment opportunities. The organization will also take part in the University’s career fair and will cooperate with UDST and its students on many events and awareness campaigns that tackle road safety such as Traffic Week, Mowater event, and technical advancements such as Skills Competition, UDST’s largest co-curricular event of the academic year. The signing parties will also benefit from a joint learning experience related to operational aspects of transportation.

University of Doha for Science and Technology

University of Doha for Science and Technology was officially established in February by an Emiri Decision No13 of 2022. The University boasts 20 years of applied education experience as a college previously in Qatar, with world-renowned faculty and state-of-the-art facilities. Students enrolled in UDST will have the chance to experience applied learning in technology-rich classrooms, workshops, laboratories, and simulated environments. All curriculums are aligned to the labour market and the requirements of an ever-evolving economy.

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