Texas A&M University at Qatar’s (Tamuq) admissions for the fall 2018 semester for freshman will remain open until March 1.
Interested students may visit the Texas A&M Engineering Building on the Education City campus and meet with the office of admissions.
The admissions officers and advisers are available to meet students and explain application requirements and the admissions process from Sunday through Thursday, between 8am and 4pm.
Maha Ayyash, director of admissions at Tamuq, said, “I encourage students who are strong in academics and capable of thriving in a university that offers world-renowned engineering programmes to consider applying to Texas A&M University at Qatar.”
Texas A&M commands an international reputation as one of the world’s premier engineering programmes, and Tamuq builds on that esteem, a press statement notes. Students at Texas A&M at Qatar receive the same top-tier training as students enrolled on the main campus.
Texas A&M at Qatar offers training and advanced accredited programmes in chemical engineering, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering and petroleum engineering that rank among the top American universities for education and research, the statement notes.
Prospective students – aware of the high demand for professional engineers worldwide – are interested in Texas A&M at Qatar’s world-recognised, premier engineering programmes that develop exemplary engineering leaders through internationally respected undergraduate and graduate degree programmes. The branch campus’s faculty are among the best in their fields, and students have access to a state-of-the-art engineering facilities and labs.
For enquiries and appointments, students can contact the office of admissions directly at 4423.0043 or visit the Texas A&M Engineering Building on the Education City campus. Applications are available on the admissions website at www.exploretamuq.com
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