Qatar Technical School for Girls Graduates, Valuable Asset for Job Market

Qatar Technical School for Girls graduates academically and professionally qualified female technical specialists, who are a valuable human asset for the job market and governmental bodies.

This school is the first specialized technical school for girls in the State of Qatar, and is amongst the country’s leading schools for girls.

The Qatar Technical School for Girls was inaugurated by the Ministry of Education and Higher Education at the beginning of the academic year 2020-2021, with the aim of creating equal opportunities for girls, as those for boys, by advancing women’s technical education and training, as well as increasing the rate of Qatarization for technical jobs of all sectors for women.

Qatar Technical School for Girls adopts the Australian TAFE program, offering tenth graders three technical disciplines: laboratory technology studies, electronics and communications, and the Microsoft Certified: Azure Network Engineer Associate certification, which all enable graduates to enroll in higher educational institutions in the pursuit of both technical and Non-technical studies, in Qatar and abroad, or to enter the labor market.

The school curriculum includes 9 academic subjects, and these are: Islamic studies, the Arabic language, Mathematics, the English language, Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Social Studies and Physical Education, in addition to the three aforementioned specialized technical certifications.

Source: Qatar News Agency

EU Welcomes Saudi-Iranian Agreement

The European Union welcomed the announced agreement on resumption of diplomatic relations between the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Islamic Republic of Iran and the reopening of the embassies of the two countries within two months.

In a statement, EU spokesperson for foreign affairs and security policy Peter Stano said, “As both Saudi Arabia and Iran are central for the security of the region, the resumption of their bilateral relations can contribute to the stabilization of the region as a whole.” “Promoting peace and stability and achieving de-escalation of tensions in the broader Middle East are key priorities for the EU.

The EU remains ready to engage with all actors in the region in a gradual and inclusive approach, and in full transparency.”

Source: Qatar News Agency