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Partners for Education in Qatar

Dhow and Doha skyline

On 22 April 2014 Professor David Widdowson addressed Community College of Qatar (CCQ) “Partners for Education” event in Doha.  Professor Widdowson said that, “CCES is pleased to be working closely with the General Authority of Customs and CCQ in delivering the Associate of Applied Science degree in Customs Management. The introduction of this program is significant as it recognises the crucial role played by Customs in the economic development of Qatar. Indeed, the need to achieve and maintain high professional standards throughout the Customs Department is critical to the success of the State of Qatar’s rapid growth in the international marketplace.”

Professor Widdowson also announced the decision by Charles Sturt University that students who complete the Associate of Applied Science Degree will be eligible for transfer credit of 96 credit points upon admission to the CSU Bachelor of Border Management.  He further noted that individual proficiency credit applications from enrolled Qatari students might extend the provided credit, in instances, to the maximum of 128 credit points out of the 196 credit points required to complete the Bachelor of Border Management.

If your organisation is interested in establishing a partnership with CCES then contact us on the details below to start discussions.

P: +61 (0)2 6272 6300

E: customs@csu.edu.au