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In celebration of our 25th anniversary, we launched two new scholarships for students interested in studying at Qatar Foundation
Scholarship applications are closed for this year. Please check this page for future updates.
The two scholarships are exclusive to a few schools and programs.
The first is the merit-based ‘Pre-University Education Merit Scholarship.’ It will be available for 19 students who are interested in studying at Qatar Academy’s Doha, Al Khor, Al Wakra, and Sidra branches or Qatar Academy for Science and Technology.
The students should:
apply for the scholarship before they apply for school admission.
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We’ve tried to keep the application process as simple as possible.
To apply for the ‘Pre-University Education Merit Scholarship,’ applicants will need to:
To apply for the Hamad Bin Khalifa University scholarship, applicants will need to:
Qatar Foundation began its mission with the founding of a single school named Qatar Academy. Today, as a city of knowledge has grown around that one school, we continue to expand our offerings to foster a culture of lifelong learning in our younger students.Learn more