Classification Description:An educational institution is a place where people of different ages gain education, including preschools, childcare, elementary schools, Primary and secondary schools and universities. You will find that there are a lot of new colleges, universities, schools and educational institutions coming up in Qatar. Educational institutions in Qatar have experienced a massive growth in Qatar in recent times. The need for education and courses has seen a rise leading to setting up their educational institutions by foreign universities. Find below the list of educational institutions in Doha, Qatar.
CNA-Q is the State of Qatar’s premier comprehensive technical college. We opened in September 2002 pursuant to the vision and direction of His Highness Sheikh Hamad Bin Khalifa Al-Thani, the Emir. CNA-Q was formed through an agreement between the State of Qatar and
College of the North Atlantic, Canada. We offer a range of programs here at the campus and are sure we have a program to fit your needs. Combining a Canadian curriculum and industry expertise, CNA-Q students are taught the needed skills sought after by industry. The College offers state-of-the-art facilities and equipment. We are a student-centered college which places high value on the success and satisfaction of our students.
Weill Cornell Medicine – Qatar (WCM–Q) offers students a unique opportunity to obtain a world-class medical education in Qatar for the first time. Established in 2001 as a partnership between Cornell University in the US and QF, WCM–Q is part of Weill Cornell Medicine in New York and this is the first time their MD degree course has been offered outside the US.
WCM–Q’s facilities include the first Clinical Skills Assessment Centre in the region, allowing students to learn in a real-life setting. As part of the medical curriculum, students are exposed to patients and clinical training from day one, continuing until graduation. Teaching is by Cornell and Weill Cornell faculty as well as physicians at Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC) and Aspetar who hold Weill Cornell appointments.
WCM–Q is also part of a major initiative that has established a world-class biomedical research programme in Qatar, the first of its kind in the Middle East. The programme is creating a biomedical research infrastructure and developing a scientific and technical workforce for the benefit of the region. It also involves high quality research in the fields of genetic and molecular medicine, women’s and children’s health, gene therapy and stem cells.
Students have exciting opportunities to participate in advanced research, both in Qatar and overseas. The Summer Research Program enables selected students to travel to the US and work under the mentorship of leading investigators at Cornell and Weill Cornell. Meanwhile, a growing number of students are also participating in projects in Qatar, guided by WCM–Q faculty and funded by the Undergraduate Research Experience Program of Qatar National Research Fund.
Working in close partnership with QF and Weill Cornell Medicine in New York, WCM–Q is involved in the planning of Sidra Medical and Research Center – designed to be one of the most technologically advanced academic medical centres in the world.
TheUniversity of Calgary - Qatar (UCQ)has been raising the profile of professional nursing through educating the future nurse leaders to take their places at the forefront of Qatar's world class health care system. Sponsored by the State of Qatar, UCQ offers Qatari nationals and Qatar residents university training in all aspects of professional nursing in compliance with the same rigorous international standards applied at the Faculty of Nursing of at the University of Calgary in Canada. UCQ offers a Bachelor of Nursing Degree Program, a Post-Diploma program, a Diploma Program designed for nurses already working in the Qatar healthcare system, and a Foundation Program, and a Master of Nursing degree in Oncology.
UCQ's Graduating Class of 2012 was honoured by the presence of Her Highness Sheikha Moza Bint Nasser at the convocation ceremony held on November 18.
UCQ graduates enjoy a reputation for excellence in clinical practice and family health care that is the result of the high quality of instruction received from leading Canadian PhD and Masters prepared instructors, and in hands-on-learning experience. Among the first of its kind in the Middle East is UCQ's high-tech Clinical Simulation Centre that uses computer-based and life-like manikins in realistic settings to create diverse patient scenarios. UCQ nursing students are leaders in community outreach, and benefit from collaborative training partnerships with organizations in Qatar that include the Red Crescent, Hamad Medical Corporation, Weill Cornell University in Qatar, Sidra and the Ministries of Health and Education.
Qatar University, the first, largest, and most prominent institution for higher education in Qatar. With over 8000 students, 700 faculty members and the country's widest selection of programs and majors, we are proud to offer the best education, research support and set of industrial opportunities that the region has to offer.