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Qatar’s quest for a Knowledge Economy

Qatar economy to grow by 3.5% this year: PM [2017] – [Address to the Qatar-UK Business and Investment Forum] “Our quest for a knowledge economy requires a distinct level of education, research and training, and the UK is known to be a leading country in this field,” said the Premier [Prime Minister and Interior Minister H E Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa Al Thani]. Rest

Creating a business environment for growth [2017] – By Dr. Abdulaziz A Al-Ghorairi [senior vice-president, group chief economist and head of asset management at Commercial Bank]. Qatar is experiencing a distinctive economic phase during its transition away from reliance on hydrocarbons and towards a diversified knowledge-based economy under the National Vision 2030. Rest

HBKU focuses on building Qatar’s capacity in computer science and engineering with three groundbreaking graduate programs [2016] – “Our world is evolving at an unprecedented pace, and is increasingly shaped by considerable advances in science and technology,” said Dr. Khaled B. Letaief, Provost of HBKU. “As Qatar continues its transition toward a knowledge-based economy, it will require capable professionals, versed in the latest knowledge, and equipped with an extensive skillset. The new programs launched by HBKU’s College of Science and Engineering respond to global developments, while targeting the needs of Qatar, in alignment with Qatar National Vision 2030.” Rest

HBKU Welcomes First Class In New Executive Master Program [2014] – Dr Hyafil told the students: “The HBKU Executive Master in Energy and Resources implements Qatar National Vision 2030 which aims to build a knowledge economy, through interdisciplinary learning on issues which are relevant to Qatar and the Gulf region. Rest

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