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MOEHE Issues Student Guide for University Stage and Labor Market for 2020-2021

23 Feb, 2021 09:53 AMAl Sharq Newspaper, Gulf TimesIntended Audience
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The Ministry of Education and Higher Education (MOEHE) represented by the Academic and Professional Counselling Department at the Educational Guidance Department, has issued a Student Guide, which prepares students for the university stage and the labor market for the academic year 2020-2021.

The Student Guide aims to educate students and parents on the various opportunities available after high school, and to make the students aware of the importance of early readiness for admission to various local or overseas universities and colleges, as well as the importance of standardized tests for undergraduate admissions.

The Guide also includes information on how a student chooses the right major, since the Guide includes a set of steps and directions helping a student in this regard. In addition, it includes an overview of the various universities and colleges inside the State and their disciplines, as well as admission rates and requirements for each university or college separately.

The last section of the guide includes the government scholarship program, which aims to provide specialized Qatari human cadres that meet the needs of the labor market. According to the scholarship plan, the MOEHE undertakes the responsibility to provide guidance and scholarships for students, while the Ministry of Administrative Development, Labor and Social Affairs prepares the general policy for scholarships and coordinates with government entities to prepare their scholarship programs according to their needs.

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