Since its inception in 1973, Qatar University has become the country’s national and major institution of higher education. It is comprised of seven colleges: the College of Education, the College of Arts & Sciences, the College of Sharia & Islamic Studies, the College of Engineering, the College of Law, the College of Pharmacy and the College of Business & Economics.
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Programs offered at Qatar University attract professional recognition through their emphasis on close working links with business, industry, and other professions. At the same time, however, they emphasize the importance of a solid base of general skills and knowledge through a carefully designed Core Curriculum, which was conceived with an eye to the needs and requirements of Qatari society and its labor market. The University's teaching and research are innovative, collaborative, enterprising, and flexible endeavors, based on the intelligent use of emerging technologies.
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Qatar University offers over 60 specializations (the widest range in the country), and boasts substantial research and academic infrastructure, as well as the reputation as a leading center for research in the country. As a result, QU has been successful in attracting a large number of distinguished scholars, researchers, and faculty members from other Arab countries and beyond.
Qatar University Vision
Qatar University shall be a model national university in the region, recognized for high-quality education and research and for being a leader of economic and social development.
Qatar University Mission
The mission of Qatar University is to:
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