Entries are invited for the International Photography Contest 2019 in Doha, Qatar. In celebration of Doha as the OIC Youth Capital 2019, the Islamic Cooperation Youth Forum (ICYF), in partnership with the Ministry of Culture and Sports of the State of Qatar, Youth Hobbies Center and Qatar Cultural and Heritage Events Center, announces the “Photography Contest“ in framework of Doha OIC Youth Capital Innovation Awards.
Young people acquire wide creative energy that has been manifested in their artistic, literary, intellectual and cultural production in general. This has made a distinctive impact on the cultural activity in the Islamic societies and led to the promotion of cultural diversity, intellectual and artistic openness, creative interaction among artists and the dissemination of identity elements in their creations so that communities preserve their identity since the Nation’s Strength Lies in its Youth.
Therefore, the Islamic Cooperation...
Doha College, Al Waab Campus, Al Bustan Street, Doha, Qatar
On Saturday 23 February 2019, Doha College will be holding their sixth annual Medical Review School Conference at their Al Waab campus in Doha, Qatar. For this event, Doha College has once again partnered with COBIS to extend invites to British schools across the world. This event brings together aspiring medical students and industry experts to present on some of the key medicinal challenges of the 21st century. The Medical Review Conference allows students who are thinking of following medicine to enhance their skills and boost their university applications. Event details For this one-day conference, interested schools are invited to enter teams from Years 11, 12 and 13 to research recent developments in medicine and deliver a short presentation about it. 2020 marked the seventh edition of the medical conference, over 65 teams of students from 18 schools signed-up, including two schools from outside Qatar. This number is the highest in the history of the conference....
Schools are invited to participate in the Qatar High School Medical Conference Research Conference. Schools are asked to put forward a team of no more than 5 students, aged 14 - 18. The competition aims to provide a learning platform for students to grow, develop and compete at a professional level. Various prizes are available to the top three teams plus the opportunity to present at the Conference. For more information, please click here .
Pi Day is a mathematics competition where students work as a team, solve problems and celebrate mathematics. The competition is for schools in Qatar to explore the fun side of mathematics. The competition holds three rounds, leading up to the finals. Applications for 2020 have closed but predicted to be back for 2021. For more information, please click here .
The Carnegie Mellon University of Qatar (CMU-Q) hosted the 5th Alice programming competition in Feb 2020. The categories available to students are video games, education, social responsibility, environment, and tourism. There are five prizes awarded for the five best projects and selected teams will have the opportunity to present their projects to the judges at CMU-Q. For more information, please click here .