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Dec
14

ISLMUN Conference – a Success for Doha College Students

On 9-10 December, students from our MUN club took part in the International School of London, Qatar's MUN (ISLMUN) conference. A good conference, with even greater food, our students performed admirably: out of four best delegate awards, we secured two: one for Fatima Sherif (Y11); and one for Fares Nimry (Y9). Here is what some of our students tho...
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Nov
09

Students welcome a "Brave New World" at Model United Nations conference

Model United Nations is an academic simulation of the United Nations that educates participants in current events, topics in international relations, diplomacy and the United Nations agenda. by Mrs Joanne Conly, MUN Director at Doha College The statistics for Doha College's Model United Nations (MUN) conference held recently at Doha Colleg...
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Oct
26

Doha College Students Inspired by QLC

​The fifth annual Qatar Leadership Conference (QLC) was held from the 20th to the 22nd of October 2016 at the Qatar National Convention Centre. Over 600 students from schools all over Qatar, as well as visitors from every corner of the globe, convened for a weekend of informative and inspirational workshops and sessions.Although affiliated with The...
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Mar
24

Physical & Digital Borders

This was the topic debated by our Model United Nations (MUN) Team at the recent one-day training conference (ODTC) held at Doha College. It certainly proved to be a poignant and topical issue as the world reels from further terrorist attacks. This one-day training conference is designed for students new to MUN to become accustomed to the...
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Nov
19

​DCMUN VIII - The Meaning of MUN

​DCMUN VIII - The Meaning of MUN
By Ralf Yap, Year 12I came in to school on Sunday, after a long MUN-filled weekend, feeling content about the conference and what we had achieved. I walked up to the Sixth Form common room and pressed myself onto one of the many couches and listened to the conversation around me. It wasn't long before my peers started talking about the DCMUN VIII c...
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