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Colleges/Institutions in Qatar

Qatar University:

Qatar University (QU) was established in 1977 and is the primary institution of higher education in Qatar. QU hosts ten colleges – 1. College of Arts and Sciences (CAS); 2. College of Business and Economics (CBE); 3. College of Education (CED); 4. College of Engineering (CENG); 5. College of Health Sciences (CHS); 6. College of Law (LAWC); 7. College of Medicine (CMED); 8. College of Pharmacy (CPH); 9. College of Sharia and Islamic Studies (CSIS); and 10. College of Dental Medicine (CDM). QU offers the widest range of academic programs - 45 Bachelors, 27 Masters, eight Ph.D. programs, four Diplomas, and a Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD).

More information about QU’s academic programs and calendar can be accessed at its website www.qu.edu.qa.

Hamad Bin Khalifa University:

Hamad Bin Khalifa University (HBKU), a member of Qatar Foundation for Education, Science, and Community Development (QF), was founded in 2010. HBKU hosts six colleges – 1. College of Islamic Studies; 2. College of Humanities & Social Sciences; 3. College of Science & Engineering; 4. College of Law; 5. College of Health and Life Sciences; and 6. College of Public Policy. HBKU offers 36 Masters and Ph.D programs in various disciplines at its colleges at level.

More information about HBKU’s academic programs and calendar can be accessed at its website www.hbku.edu.qa.

In addition, Qatar Education City hosts the Qatar campuses of the following foreign educational institutions:

Carnegie Mellon University

Georgetown University

Northwestern University

Texas A&M University

University College London (UCL)

Virginia Commonwealth University School of the Arts

Weill Cornell Medicine

HEC Paris

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Weblinks of important higher educational institutions of Qatar are as follows:

Hamad bin Khalifa University (http://www.hbku.edu.qa )

Qatar University (http://www.qu.edu.qa )


Community College of Qatar (http://www.ccq.edu.qa )


Qatar Aeronautical College (http://www.qac.edu.qa )


Academic Bridge Programme (http://www.abp.edu.qa )


Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar (http://www.qatar.cmu.edu )


College of North Atlantic Qatar (http://www.cna.nl.ca )


Georgetown University School of Foreign Service in Qatar (http://www.qatar.sfs.georgetown.edu )


Northwestern University in Qatar (http://www.qatar.northwestern.edu )


Qatar Foundation For Education, Science and Community (http://www.qataracademy.edu.qa )


Stenden University Qatar (http://www.stendenuniversity.com )


Syscoms Institute (http://www.syscomsinstitute.com )


Texas A&M University at Qatar (http://www.qatar.tamu.edu )


University College London Qatar (http://www.ucl.ac.qatar )


University of Calgary Qatar (http://www.qatar.ucalgary.ca )


Virginia Commonwealth University in Qatar (http://www.qatar.vcu.edu )


Weill Cornell Medical College in Qatar (http://www.qatar-weill.cornell.edu )


Indian community/students association:

There is no students’ association in Qatar. The Education wing of the Embassy can be reached at 974-44255731 or edu.doha@mea.gov.in . The Indian Culture Centre can be reached at 974-4468 6607 or iccqatar@gmail.com .

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