WATCH: University Expo Qatar connects students with prestigious global institutions.

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Thousands of students, many of them who came along with their parents, got access to more than 50 international universities, colleges and academic institutions, from 15 nations.

Qatar’s Minister of Education and Higher Education HE Dr Mohamed Abdul Wahed Ali Al Hammadi inaugurated the two-day expo. 

 

Students and parents got to attend over 15 seminars, organised by various universities and educational institutions, which helped them get acquainted with education opportunities abroad.

 They were given personalised advice and their queries cleared by experienced guides and counsellors.

 

More than 6,000 visitors took part in the expo over two days. It was open to students over the age of 16, who were considering going abroad for their studies. 

 

The University Expo Qatar was organised by Informa Tharawat, in collaboration with the Qatar Chamber, and presented by the Ministry of Education and Higher Education.

 

If you missed this year’s event, don’t fret because it will be on again next year. Did you visit the expo? What were your experiences? Let us know in the comments section.

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