Our Strategic Location in Qatar
Doha is a unique blend of traditional Arabic culture a booming modern city. It is currently undergoing a period of great expansion and radical growth, and residents witness its rapid development on a daily basis.
New buildings and businesses open regularly, meaning a new experience is always around the corner. This exciting expansion also provides many opportunities for those looking to stay and work in Doha upon completion of their studies.
Students in Doha enjoy world-class sporting and cultural events and facilities, a multitude of leisure activities including clubs, theatre, dune bashing, bowling, water sports and more. Shopping venues range from traditional souqs to modern malls with unique stores as well as familiar brand names from around the world.
Qatar's stable political and financial systems ensure a safe and friendly living environment. Doha is one of the safest cities in the world.
Its population is predominantly young and widely diverse - roughly 75% are expatriate professionals and students. Qatar is rapidly becoming a "melting pot" of culture and knowledge for the 21st century. Its commitment to educational excellence and central location make it an attractive destination for students throughout the Middle East, Asia, Africa and Europe.
Qatar is an exciting and rewarding place where getting a world-class education means more than academics - it means fun, friends, experience and culture. Download a map (PDF) to have a clear idea about where we are situated in Qatar.
The Gulf region comprises the Gulf, the Strait of Hormuz and the Gulf of Oman, thereby extending into the Arabian Sea. It encompasses the Islamic Republic of Iran, the State of Iraq, the State of Kuwait, the State of Oman, the State of Qatar, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.
The area is endowed with valuable natural resources. The top five countries with the highest proven oil reserves are located within this region. Saudi Arabia, Iran and the United Arab Emirates represent three of the top ten oil producing nations of the world.
The Gulf Region is attractive to many political, economical and intellectual groups. It is constantly holding political forums, international conferences, world class conventions and cultural as well as international festivals. It is a diverse dynamic environment that keeps expanding. The region is stable politically and financially. This ensures a safe and friendly living environment.
This Gulf Region has a great biodiversity of plant and animal species. Its productive marine environment supports more than 1,000 species of fish, most of which are endemic and have a high commercial value. The coast is characterized mainly by exposed sandy beaches separated by rocky headlands. Whilst sea-grass beds are not common, mangroves are abundant to the west and the southwest with many green turtles and dugongs present. The area has increasingly been opened up to tourism.