We are one of the world’s leading British international schools offering an outstanding education to students between the ages of 3 and 18 on a not-for-profit basis.
We are very proud of our outstanding achievements in academia, sport and the Arts. Our state-of the art campus and exceptional teaching team reflect our unwavering pursuit of excellence in all its forms. We involve and consult our students to help us shape the way we approach teaching and learning.
A Doha College education reaches far beyond the curriculum, producing global citizens, who listen, respect others and have the confidence to stand up and be heard.
Today, we have over 2300 students from 74 different nationalities.
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Our outstanding academic results are modelled on the British education system, employing High Performance Learning into all that we do. Our achievements have been recognised with international awards, students entires to leading universities all over the world and alumni of whom we are extremely proud!
The Psychology Department at Doha College believes in a practical approach to learning that is founded in scientific theory, and in extending students’ knowledge and experience outside the curriculum. To achieve this, the department invited Trish Bedford, Community Wellness Director at Flourishing Minds Consultants, to conduct a psychology conference focused...
At Doha College, we know how important it is to learn public speaking at a young age. It teaches students how to organize their thoughts, use body language to convey meaning, and engage an audience. By practising public speaking, students develop critical thinking skills, as they learn to analyse and present information in a logical and persuasive manner.
Doha College, in partnership with COBIS and InnovationBen, recently ran a brand-new online Design and Technology Competition, titled 'Reduce through Reuse.' COBIS is the Council of British International Schools and InnovationBen is an organisation ran by Ben Edmonds, globally recognised inventor, engineer and product designer.
On the return to school after the long, World Cup holiday, Year 9 students did something unique - the world trade and development game. This involved using “resources” to create “products” to earn “money” for the various teams. The twist? Not everyone started on equal footing.
Doha College’s Arabic, Islamic Studies and Qatar History department were delighted to host guest speaker Sharif H. Banna MBE from London. Sharif is a scholar, author and entrepreneur, and is the author of the bestselling “Sirah of the Final Prophet,” which he wrote at the age of 16.