Qatar University, in collaboration with the Ministry of Education and Higher Education launched an all-new educational program, “Tumoh”.
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The program aims to provide the local job market with qualified teachers and is in coordination with the Ministry Of Administrative Development, Labor and Social Affairs.
The program aims to attract Qatari talents, as well as the children of Qataris and Qatar-born to encourage them to study in educational specialties, especially scientific disciplines, which will contribute to the development of the learning environment and meet the needs of local schools in various disciplines. The program is included in the government scholarship programs supervised by the Ministry of Administrative Development, Labor and Social Affairs.
Dr. Ahmed Abdulrahman Al-Emadi, Dean of College of Education at Qatar University, said:
“Tumouh is part of Qatar’s efforts to invest in human resources and build national capacities that lead the educational field in the country. The program is part of an integrated system to upgrade the academic and professional level of teachers, which will reflect on the quality of educational outputs in schools and contributing to the achievement of Qatar National Vision 2030.”
The full-time program is consolidated by 120 credit hours spread over four years and the student will graduate with a bachelor degree accredited by the International Recognition Teacher Education.
The registration is now open until the end of September via: https://scholarship.sec.gov.qa/
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