Aberdeen University plans £100m Qatar campus

£100m campus plans for University in Qatar
University of Aberdeen Principal, Professor George Boyne, has hailed plans for the development of a new purpose-built campus in Qatar as a ‘milestone’ for the University. 
Professor Boyne attended the official launch of the development of the campus yesterday (Thursday, January 24), along with Her Excellency Dr Sheikha Aisha bint Faleh Al Thani, Chairperson and Founder of the Al Faleh Group (AFG) for Education and Academic Services, the University’s partner in the project. 
The new campus in Al Daayan, near Doha, represents an anticipated £100m investment by AFG which marks the second phase of its partnership with the University. The first campus opened in Doha in 2017, providing business-related degrees.
£100m campus plans for University in Qatar University of Aberdeen Principal, Professor George Boyne, has hailed plans for the development of a new purpose-built campus in Qatar as a ‘milestone’ for the University. Professor Boyne attended the official launch of the development of the campus yesterday (Thursday, January 24), along with Her Excellency Dr Sheikha Aisha bint Faleh Al Thani, Chairperson and Founder of the Al Faleh Group (AFG) for Education and Academic Services, the University’s partner in the project. The new campus in Al Daayan, near Doha, represents an anticipated £100m investment by AFG which marks the second phase of its partnership with the University. The first campus opened in Doha in 2017, providing business-related degrees.

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