The Qatar Finance and Business Academy (QFBA) and the Stenden University of Applied Sciences-Qatar (SUAS-Q), a branch of the Netherlands-primarily based educational group, these days signed a memorandum of information (MoU) as part of Qatar’s nationwide academic push towards move-border collaboration and know-how change.
The MoU outlines a strategic collaborative platform and framework for academic studies and understanding sharing sports among QFBA and SUAS-Q.
Initiatives and gaining knowledge of and improvement tracks below this collaboration will capitalize on SUAS-Q’s global programs and accreditation possibilities, as well as on college workforce, student, resource, curricular and expertise trade between each institution during the duration of the Partnership.
Central to this collaboration may be the participation of QFBA and SUAS-Q students, who might be volunteering and actively organizing joint activities between each establishment.
The Partnership will be introduced via several sports and projects, research, reciprocal lectures, symposia, and different information trade occasions and platforms.
“In current years, we’ve done an amazing deal in elevating the educational and trade acumen of in-market banking and finance specialists in Qatar. And it is in this stable basis and legacy for QFBA within the nearby marketplace we’re raising the bar for our personal nationwide goals to greater lengths.
“Our outreach efforts and programs for the long term are focused not best on contemporary, but more so, future industry experts, and on the build of a robust, nicely-ready teenagers skills pool for the Qatari financial system and past,” stated Dr. Khalid al-Horr, CEO of QFBA.
He brought up: “Partnership is our baseline and way forward in scaling these aims, particularly in offering admission to Qatari teens to international information alternate, accreditation and, successfully, employment possibilities.
“We are extraordinarily proud to have signed this MoU with SUAS-Q – one which we are confident will carry a wealth of collaborative opportunities for our establishments as much as our students.”
SUAS-Q executive dean Dr. Ivan Ninov stated, “Stenden Qatar is a completely properly-mounted higher education institution in the State of Qatar and has been present in the neighborhood educational marketplace for almost 20 years. Over the years, we’ve had an excellent courting with QFBA, and many of our graduates have effectively graduated from the distinguished Kawader program, which QFBA offers.
“We are very excited to take this Partnership to a higher level of collaboration and to capitalize on synergies between our institutions. Since our establishment, our partnerships have been in large part geared closer to empowering skills and unleashing capacity, and these partnerships have been built and designed across the very nature of schooling these days: borderless, unexpectedly evolving, and fueled with the aid of the actual-time change of understanding, humans, and skillsets.
He delivered: “This is a direction and ambition very much sought out by the Qatari management because it appears to raise instructional excellence domestically and beyond. And our Partnership with QFBA, of which we are immensely proud, isn’t an exception. We are confident that it’ll result in many possibilities for our children in the marketplace to the community, analyze, and lead into destiny.”