MoEHE announced exceptional applications for admissions in government schools to start from May 22
The Ministry of Education and Higher Education will begin accepting extraordinary applications for admission to government schools for children of expatriates working in the private sector for the academic year 2022-23 from May 22 until June 5, 2022.
Following are the required documents that need to be submitted:
The student's birth certificate, passport, most recent school certificate, guardian's passport (father - mother), a certificate from the guardian's employer with total salary, bank account statement for the three months prior to the date of submission, and the house rental contract are all required documents.
Other documents may be required in some situations, including a dependency certificate from a legal authority, a divorce certificate from a legal authority, and a disability report (for audio-visual disability).
During the period available for submission, applications will be filed through the Ministry of Education and Higher Education's official website through the public services portal at https://eduservices.edu.gov.qa/Service.aspx?service=RFE.
According to the statement, the guardian must ensure that the father, mother, and student's Qatari ID cards are legitimate for extraordinary admission applications.
If the system has a personal number, you must first log in and follow the login procedures in the user handbook before using the service.
Ministry of Education: Submitting requests to exclude children of workers in private sector for admission to government schools next week. #QNAhttps://t.co/VeSKuV7aZK pic.twitter.com/c3EfXxuB7f— Qatar News Agency (@QNAEnglish) May 17, 2022
The application for children of Syrians and Yemenis working in the private sector who do not have Qatari ID numbers is based on passport data, and the service can be used without logging in, and it is exempt from previous login restrictions.
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Source credit: The Ministry of Education and Higher Education