Doha College was established in 1980, and is one of the oldest British curriculum schools in Qatar. The school offer a world class education for over 1900 students aged between 3 and 18 years. This year the school has over 72 different nationalities represented within our student body.

Classed as a Community School, Doha College operates on a not-for-profit basis under the sponsorship of the British Embassy. Doha College is co-educational and academically selective allocating school places following an age appropriate entrance test.

Since 2013 the school has expanded to meet Qatar’s demand for additional school places. The West Bay campus offers over 700 primary places, and in 2019 Doha College will complete the new campus in Al Wajba which will accommodate the College in its entirety.

Vision and Mission

We have a clear vision to enable personal growth, instil a passion for learning and create aspirational minds among our students.  It is our mission to unlock our students’ full potential, develop their confidence, creativity and intellect in a safe and caring environment, empowering their contribution to global society.


Curriculum

British Curriculum, (I)GCSES, AS and A levels are offered

Facilities
  • Extensive sporting facilities on each campus including 4G pitch, multi sports halls, and swimming pools
  • Libraries
  • Cafes
  • Auditoriums
  • Audio recording booth
  • Modern and fully equipped science, design technology, textile and art rooms
  • IT rooms and iPad programme within school
Admission Information

Visit the official website for admission information and schedule.

Fees

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Number of Teachers

227 teaching staff and  51 support staff

Languages Spoken by Teachers

Over 22 native languages amongst our staff. French, German, Spanish and Arabic taught within the curriculm