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Abu-Ghazaleh and Qatar Higher Education: Selection of Teachers from Jordan, Lebanon and Sudan for Qatar


AMMAN - Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Organization (TAG-Org) has recently finalized the process of interviewing and conducting e-exams for various teaching vacancies in Qatar for job seekers from Jordan, Sudan and Lebanon.

It’s noteworthy to mention that the Qatari Ministry of Education and Higher Education has assigned TAG-Org to administer the process of receiving at the Organization’s premises candidates for teaching vacancies for the fifth year in a row with teachers in Jordan, for the second year in Sudan and for the first year in Lebanon.
In three weeks, the Organization received at its facilities in the three countries more than two thousand applicants for various teaching specialties; 1200 in Jordan, 400 in Lebanon and another 400 in Sudan.

TAG-Org has been selected to carry out this task due to its broad experience and capacity in this field, noting that it has been also accredited to conduct exams for international educational institutions including the British Council and the Syrian Virtual University, among others. Not to forget that the Organization is also assigned by the Ministry to conduct exams and interviews in Egypt, Tunisia and Morocco.
The administration process requires conducting e-exams through the Ministry’s website, and conducting interviews by experts from the Ministry to select the potential candidates.
The Qatari experts conducted e-exams and interviews with teachers from various specialties who were selected after filtering thousands of applications received through the Ministry’s website.

Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Organization is the largest global group of professional service firms in various fields of expertise operating out of more than 100 offices and more than 150 representative offices worldwide as Jordan is its regional headquarters.