Doha College, one of the oldest international schools in Qatar, celebrated its latest cohort going out into the world, with a touching graduation ceremony dedicated to the Class of 2022. The event was attended by HE British Ambassador to Qatar Jonathan Wilks, guest speaker Fatima El Mahdi, Head of THIMUN Qatar, and was regaled with musical interludes performed by Doha College students.
The 118 students who graduated this year (including three Qatari) are set to start university courses in the UK and Europe, United States, Canada, Bahrain and Qatar – with other place confirmations from around the world still arriving every day.
Doha College said it is proud to have a history of exceptional examination results and it offers one of the widest range of subjects in the country, listing sciences, languages, humanities, fine arts, performing arts, music, and also BTEC qualifications in sports coaching. This combination of excellence and versatility opens wide horisons for DC students’ future careers, said the college.
The most favoured destinations this year are shaping up to be University of Manchester, which will welcome nearly 10% of Doha College’s graduates, followed by Queen Mary University of London, University of Nottingham, Cardiff University, University College London, University of Warwick, Durham University, King’s College London, Imperial College London, Stanford and many more.