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Philippine School gets three-year institutional accreditation again

Philippine School gets three-year institutional accreditation again

The QNSA evaluation team spent two weeks at PSD’s new campus in Abu Hamour before finalising their assessment.

Land for 6 new private schools allotted to meet rising demand

Land for 6 new private schools allotted to meet rising demand

The Ministry of Education and Higher Education signed on Wednesday six contracts to lease government land for the construction and operation of six private schools in the country.

Rising popularity draws more Qatari students to government schools

Rising popularity draws more Qatari students to government schools

Government schools in Qatar have become hugely popular among the residents of the country with a large number of students moving from private schools to public schools during the last academic year, a senior official of the Ministry of Education and Higher Education has said.

Ministry committed to transparency in private schools' tuition fees

Ministry committed to transparency in private schools' tuition fees

The Ministry of Education and Higher Education said it was committed to transparency regarding private schools' tuition fees and the parents' rights to know the amount required before enrolling their children.

116 bids compete for 11 plots of land for private schools

116 bids compete for 11 plots of land for private schools

The Ministerial Group for the encouragement and participation of the private sector in the economic development projects of Qatar, chaired by HE the Prime Minister and Minister of Interior ...

Ministry offers plots to develop private schools

Ministry offers plots to develop private schools

The Ministry of Economy and Commerce (MEC) has offered 11 plots of land across Qatar to private sector investors to develop and operate new private schools.

120 private schools seek tuition fee hike

120 private schools seek tuition fee hike

As many as 120 private schools in Qatar have sought permission to hike tuition fees for the academic year 2017-2018, sources at the Ministry of Education and Higher Education told Arabic daily Arrayah.