Published on 9/21/2022

Doha Institute for Graduate Studies (DI) has participated in University Expo Qatar 2022, which was held on September 19- 20, 2022. The two-day exhibition has brough up more than 60 leading local and international universities from Qatar, the United Kingdom, Canada, the United States, France, Hungary and many other countries. 

Doha Institute has set up a special pavilion dedicated to providing students with an integrated picture of the educational experience in the Master’s Programs, and to give them access to sufficient information on the schools and centers of DI. In addition to introducing them to the submission process and applications for the Master’s and Doctoral programs offered by the institute. 

Mr Mahmoud Ahmed, Manager of Admission at DI, has clarified that Doha Institute is keen to take part in the exhibition, for the third year, in order to introduce the community (locally and internationally ) to the available academic and research opportunities, and to attract the students who wish to join the institute’s programs and its various specializations. 

He added that the exhibition gives the participating educational institutions a direct access to communicate with students, which in turn furnishes the opportunity to explain the academic opportunities and scholarships available at the institute.

It's worth mentioning that DI offers 8 Doctoral Programs under the School of Social Sciences and Humanities and the School of Economics, Administration and Public Policy. The programs are: Development Economics, Public Administration, Politics and International Relations, Linguistics and Arabic Lexicography, History, Sociology, Media Studies and Critical Security Studies.  

It also offers 18 Master’s Programs which include but are not limited to the following programs: Philosophy, History, Politics and International Relations, Psychology among others from the School of Social Sciences and Humanities, and programs like: Public Administration, Development Economics, Executive Master of Public Policy and others from the School of Economics, Administration and Public Policy. 

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