Qatar Education Articles & Analysis

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A combination of far-reaching reforms, major government investment and cross-border partnerships has paved the way for Qatar to begin developing a more competitive education sector, but ensuring graduates are adequately suited to the workplace remains key.

With one of the world’s most commanding positions in the global energy industry and a growing role in regional diplomacy, Qatar has seen many returns on the political and economic investments it has made in the past two decades.

In what ways is the tertiary education segment developing to accommodate the needs of students?

Reform and investment in the education sector is integral to Qatar’s National Vision 2030 (QNV 2030) goals. QNV 2030 defines long-term outcomes for the country and provides a framework within which national strategies and implementation plans can be developed. The national vision addresses major challenges facing Qatar through four interconnected...

The system for kindergarten through 12th grade ( K-12) education in Qatar is built around independent schools, supplemented with private Arabic, international and community institutions. While the majority of the state’s student population is enrolled in the government-funded independent school system, private schools also play an important role in...

The affluent population in Qatar presents opportunities for businesses in delivering content and selling services on web-based and mobile platforms. Content distribution is made easier through a very high rate of internet and mobile phone connectivity. World Bank data show there were more than 1.2m internet subscribers and over 2.3m mobile phone...