HE Dr. Mohamed Abdul Wahed Ali Al Hammadi, Minister of Education and Higher Education, stressed that Tumoh (Ambition) program, which aims to attract students to the teaching profession, is one of the leading programs in the field of training teachers at a high-level.
Al Hammadi said during his visit to the College of Education at Qatar University, on the occasion of Qatar's celebrations of World Teachers' Day, that the program successfully graduated 274 students in various educational specialties since its launch in the academic year 2009-2010, and is currently preparing to graduate 391 students who will join the teaching profession soon after graduation. He highlighted the role of the College of Education and its contribution in providing the educational system with high-level educational cadres in terms of preparation and educational qualification.
He noted that the College of Education is a key partner in the advancement of the educational sector, being the national institute for teacher education, which aims to raise students' academic achievement, improve their national sense, and realize Qatar National Vision through education based on innovation and creativity.
Source: Government of Qatar