Doha College
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Doha College is one of the leading British curriculum schools in Qatar, offering an outstanding education to students between the ages of 3 and 18. Established in 1980, the college was opened to meet the demand for a British‐style education. Today, we feature over 2000 students from 68 different nationalities ‐ a truly international community operating on a not-for-profit basis.

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Jeremiah Noel, 4 months ago

My daughter spent 3 years in DC and I can honestly say she had a great education. I can find no fault in the school or the teachers. In fact the teachers we had were excellent. I found them to be very interactive and hands on. I always felt interest was shown in each child's welfare. Thank you.

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Ryaan Khan, 2 months ago

Very good school. Lots of support and care for the children. Many facilities and lots of enjoyment.

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George Kenward, in the last week

This is the best school in Qatar

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Aju George Chris, a year ago

Doha College is one of the best educational institutions in Qatar and it is very well maintained and managed. The campus is spacious and there are a lot of avenues for children to explore and grow. They have some of the best teaching staffs money can hire and the kids who study there are generally quite happy.

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Andy Sealy, a year ago

This school is advertised as if it is great, the best and second to none. I sent my daughter to the school after moving to qatar from Manchester ( she had previously attended the local grammar school there) hoping that this school would have lots of facilities to support her, however only after a couple weeks of attending, we saw little homework given, little variaty of clubs and activities and we have ended up moving back to the UK and I have sent her back to the grammar school only to find that she has fallen behind her peers because of the lack of work given. The pupils there are another story. She got bullied there and the school offered no support to help her, or to stop the bullies. This school is heavily false advertised as a great school, but It has made my daughters academics slip.

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