College of the North Atlantic – Qatar (CNA-Q) has held a virtual graduation ceremony for the class of 2021 including the two cohorts of bachelor's degree holders in Human Resource Management and Medical Radiography. The ceremony witnessed the graduation of 810 students (male and female), and this number is regarded as the largest number throughout the college's history. The number of graduates in each discipline are as follows: 424 from Business Management and Information Technology, 258 from Engineering Technology and Industrial Trades, and 128 from Health Sciences.
HE Dr. Mohamed bin Saleh Al Sada, Chairman of CNA-Q's Board of Trustees, emphasized that progress and development achieved by the CAN-Q year after year is thanks to the directives of the wise leadership in the State of Qatar and its constant support. Thus, the college has competed the most prestigious global educational institutions, as he said.
He announced that 20 programs of applied bachelor's degree and master's degree in the upcoming fall semester will be launched in preparation for the transition of the college into an applied national university bearing the name of the beloved capital so that the college’s name will become Doha University for Science and Technology in Qatar.
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