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Schools limited to 2% price hike, ministry official says

Applications to increase prices at several schools were rejected, officials announced. Qatar’s ministry of education confirmed fee hikes for private schools are limited to 2%, restricting several institutions from substantially increasing tuition prices. Omar al-Nama, assistant...

Qatari women ‘outnumber men’ at local universities

Qatari women outnumber their male counterparts in higher education once again, Qatar Foundation tells Doha News. In the past academic year, almost 75% of Qatari students registered at Qatar Foundation (QF) universities were women, according...

Right to education among Qatar’s top priorities: official

Qatar has underlined the importance of promoting and protecting children’s rights at the 46th session of the Human Rights Council.  The right to education is among the most major priorities for Qatar, a senior official...

Qatar, Turkey relations tap into education with scholarship programme

A number of scholarships will be given to Turkish students by Qatar University with the purpose of strengthening relations between Doha and Ankara.   Qatar and Turkey are initiating alternative ways to strengthen bilateral relations beyond...

Schools prepare for exam season with stricter Covid-19 measures

The Ministry of Education and Higher Education will ensure that schools adhere to precautionary measures as exam season begins. With midterm exams for students from grades 1 to 11 starting on February 24, the Ministry...

Join Compass International School’s virtual open day!

Join Compass International School on its 'Virtual Open Day' to know more about the school. Compass International School (Compass) will host its next Virtual Open Day on Wednesday, 24 February at 9am for prospective families...
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