Largest ever number of student’s welcomed to CNA-Q for start of 18th academic year

9/10/2019

College of the North Atlantic-Qatar (CNA-Q) has welcomed the largest intake of students in its history. “I welcome all new and returning students,” said Associate Vice-President Student Affairs, Eng. Aljazzi Fetais. “This College has built a strong reputation for being a top quality education institute with state-of-the-art facilities and cutting edge technology. I am looking forward to a great year, and offering our students all the support they need to have a successful year.” More than 2900 students are enrolled in four schools – Business Management and Information Technology, Engineering Technology and Industrial Trades, Health Sciences, General Education and Foundation, and the Technician Certificate Program (TCP) as the College begins its 18th academic year.

“I welcome all new and returning students,” said Associate Vice-President Student Affairs, Eng. Aljazzi Fetais. “This College has built a strong reputation for being a top quality education institute with state-of-the-art facilities and cutting edge technology. I am looking forward to a great year, and offering our students all the support they need to have a successful year.” New students were welcomed to CNA-Q with a comprehensive orientation facilitated by the Student Affairs Department and the Registrar’s Office. Students toured through the many advanced laboratory and simulation facilities that the campus boasts, and were able to meet highly skilled faculty members who will be leading them through their studies. Orientation activities are in full swing.

Students have the opportunity to join clubs as diverse as Debate Club, Photography Club, as well as a wide variety of sports teams. There are also a series of events and activities, and health and wellness sessions, planned for the coming weeks to ensure students are comfortable on campus and knowledgeable about how to succeed academically and personally. Since its inception in 2002, CNA-Q has grown to offer 30 diploma and certificate programs, graduating thousands of students from full-time programs who have populated the workforce in Qatar or pursued further education.

 

 

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