The Academic Bridge Program (ABP) organized an orientation for approximately 250 new students in the Learning Resources Center (LRC) of the ABP’s Liberal Arts and Sciences (LAS) Building, in Education City.
During orientation, the class of 2016 was introduced to the ABP’s facilities, policies and activities, as well as, to the administrators, faculty and staff who will be working closely with the students throughout the upcoming academic year.
A College Information session, a Goal-setting and Reflection session, an Academic Integrity session and a Community Building activity were also part of the program.
Around 80 percent of this year’s students are Qatari and the rest of the students come from around 27 different countries (Bahrain, Bulgaria, Gambia, France, India, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, the UK, the USA and others). Nearly 75 percent of this year’s class is female.
The Academic Bridge program has extended its admissions deadline to Thursday, 13 August 2015.
Information about admission to the ABP may be found at www.abp.edu.qa
or by e-mailing ABPAdmission@qf.org.qa
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