Arabic language

QU graduates 144 non-native speakers from the Arabic Language Center

A graduate from Turkey receives a certificate.

Doha: The Center for Arabic Language for Non-Native Speakers at Qatar University (QU), with the support of the Qatar Fund for Development (QFFD), recently celebrated the graduation of its students over 50 nationalities.

The ceremony saw the graduation of 144 students, including 52 from developing countries, under the Qatar Scholarship Program sponsored and funded by the QFFD.

The graduation ceremony was attended by Dr. Omar Al Ansari, Vice President for Academic Affairs; Ali Al Dabbagh, Deputy Director General for Planning, QFFD; Dr. Ahmed Al Zahari, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences; Dr Abdulaziz Muhammad Al Mutawa, Assistant Dean for the Language, Media and Translation Sector, and Dr Abdullah Abdul Rahman, Director of the Center for Arabic Language for Non-Native Speakers, Assistant Deans of the College of Arts and Sciences, and a group of professors, in addition to graduates and students of the center.

Dr. Rahman expressed his joy and congratulated the students wishing them a prosperous future in their journey in the Arabic language.

He said that due to the excellent reputation of the center, various cultural partnership agreements have been signed with several universities, in addition to about 30 agreements signed in the past five years.

“Thanks to a clear five-year plan, the center will grow due to the significant increase in the number of applicants. Al Sabahi will have 200 students next year, and this number will increase by 20% over the next five years,” he added.

At the end of the ceremony, Prof. Dr. Ahmed Al Zahari, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, distributed certificates to the graduates, along with Dr. Abdul Aziz Muhammad Al Mutawa, Vice Dean for Languages, media and translation. , and Dr. Abdullah Abdul Rahman, director of the center.