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Qatar International Schools

Independent schools are state-funded schools with the autonomy to recruit teachers and staff, and establish their own methods of teaching. The amount of funding allocated to each independent school depends on the number of teachers and students. Independent schools are free for Qatari citizens. Non-Qatari enrolments are subject to individual school policy.

Private schools operate either as commercial establishments or non-profit community schools sponsored by their embassies. Tuition may vary significantly from school to school. Private Schools are free to set their own curriculum. Many foreign schools base their curriculum on the standards of their home countries. However, all schools are required to meet the standards of the Qatar National School Accreditation system, as monitored by the Supreme Education Councilís Evaluation Institute.

For information about education and a list of schools in Qatar, visit the Education and Research section of the official portal of the Qatar Government.

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