The College of Health and Life Sciences (CHLS) at Hamad Bin Khalifa University (HBKU) recently held an admissions-driven outreach activity, which highlighted its degree programs and study options. As with the wider HBKU network, CHLS’ admissions campaign is designed to attract local talent and international candidates as well as provide key program information for prospective students. All CHLS faculty and administration were present at the event to allow prospective student-faculty interaction. The information session drew numerous applicants who also had the opportunity to take part in an interactive question-and-answer session. Current CHLS students were delighted to speak to prospective students and share their valuable insights about academic and social life at HBKU. CHLS is currently accepting applications to its five master’s and PhD programs. Local applicants will have the opportunity to apply to these programs until March 15. A second information session takes place on February 25 at Penrose House (LAS Building) -- a further opportunity to encourage prospective student involvement. More information is available at chls.hbku.edu.qa.
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Qatar Environment and Energy Research Institute (QEERI), part of Hamad Bin Khalifa University (HBKU), recently signed an agreement with Curtin University in Australia to combine efforts on addressing corrosion issues in the oil and gas industry.