The CCQ begins the 2022-2023 academic year on Sunday


The Community College of Qatar begins its 2022-2023 academic year on Sunday, with 3,339 female students and 1,380 male students enrolled in 15 academic programs, including 8 associate degree programs and 7 bachelor’s degree programs.
The number of teaching divisions that the college will offer in all of its buildings reaches 672, as well as 36 divisions with the integrated teaching system, which combines traditional teaching and e-learning.
The college administration has stated that the study system during the current fall semester will be present for all courses included in the timetable of academic programs whose study requires attendance at the college, as well as for practical courses, where the presence of students in the laboratories will be compulsory with a maximum of 12 students per laboratory.
The President of the College, Dr. Khalid Mohamed al-Horr, highlighted the availability of the college for the start of the new school year and the welcome of all faculty members, stressing that the academic and administrative staff are always ready to provide assistance to students. and guide them. in their studies, so that they can achieve scientific excellence.
Al-Horr explained that the college has been able to develop an educational system that improves the options available to students by offering two consecutive series of courses spanning only 8 weeks during a semester, alongside the usual courses which span 16 weeks, thus offering students more flexibility which allows them to combine studies and work at the same time, and to avoid periods of conflict between them.
At an introductory meeting for faculty members and administrative staff recently held at the college’s headquarters in Lusail, the Community College President stressed the need for the college to continue to play its vital role to meet the aspirations of students and provide a high quality education, through the development of college programs and services, both educational and administrative, and the production of educational productions capable of meeting labor market needs. qualified work and also, able to contribute to the overall national development in the years to come.


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