Doha Institute for Graduate Studies
The Doha Institute for Graduate Studies (DI) is preparing to launch several Doctoral Studies programs in mid November, to train generations of Qatari researchers, Arabs and other students wishing to enroll and pursue their studies or engage in the development of their communities in various disciplines.
Board of Doctoral Studies Director Dr. Mohammed El Nawawy stated that: "The launch of Doctoral Studies means opening new horizons for our future students to explore into the academic programs in which they are interested in specializing with a view to developing objective, foundational and methodological knowledge in these disciplines and training in the latest innovative and sophisticated research techniques," adding that doctoral studies will enrich the academic environment locally and regionally through the graduation of qualified cadres.
Dr. El Nawawy mentioned that eight doctoral programs have been approved including: Development Economics, Politics and International Relations, Linguistics and Arabic Lexicography, History, Sociology and Anthropology, Public Administration, Media and Culture Studies, Critical Security Studies, noting that students would acquire advanced theoretical and methodological skills necessary for high-level research and critical analysis of important phenomena in their disciplines.
Regarding the dates of admission, Dr. El Nawawy said that it will be open in mid-November of this year, for the fall of 2022, pointing out that on average, it will take DI doctoral student from four to five years to finish studying. (QNA)
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