The Doha College is a coeducational school for students aged between 11 and 18 years. It is situated in the Arabian Gulf in the capital city of the State of Qatar. It provides a British Curriculum to student from over 40 different countries. Although the culture here does not resemble the European and Western culture, the environment of the classes are the same. The Doha College is one of the few schools in Qatar that represents the British system of teaching. The College's foundation was the result of many members of the British Community, including the British Ambassador, who became the first ever Chairman of the Board of Governors. The Qatar Government approved to the project and continues to give its full and appreciated support plus its encouragement. The Doha College was opened in September 1980. It was moved from their old school to the new one, located in the Salwa Road in April 1988.
The college has now become one of the best schools in Doha. Over 650 students from all over the world are currently being taught in the school. Over a hundred students join the school every year. A lot of events take place around the school ,for example, fairs ,sport events and school parties. All of these events are published around school premises to tell the students about these events. These published document are found mainly on notice boards.
The College publicises itself in many way. For example:
Word of mouth (rumours)
Fairs and fund raisers
Posters sent around schools
Add in logo on newspapers
Communication between parents and school e.g. news letters and parents teacher meeting.
Much of the printed publicity of the College tends to be rather dull. Although the printed publicity...