The University of Calgary in Qatar (UCQ) is the first overseas branch campus of the University of Calgary. UCQ’s mandate is to deliver the same excellence in nursing education and research success as that of the Faculty of Nursing at the University of Calgary. Since 2007 UCQ has been a proud participant in the Qatar National Vision 2030 by educating the future nurse leaders to take their places at the forefront of Qatar’s world class health care system.
The education at UCQ is identical in both quality and standards to the nursing program in Calgary. Courses completed in Qatar are recognized by programs at the Calgary campus, and by other post-secondary institutions in the same manner as those offered on the main campus.
The constant emphasis on excellence in education, by both the University of Calgary in Qatar and the State of Qatar, ensures the degrees awarded through UCQ are equal to the highest standard of nursing degrees offered anywhere in the world.The programs we offer are:
As of one of Canada’s leading universities, University of Calgary is a comprehensive research institution supporting over 100 academic programs and 80 research centres, inspiring discovery, creativity and innovations across all disciplines with a particular focus on health and wellness. The University of Calgary has a clear strategic direction – Eyes High – to become one of Canada’s top five research universities by 2016, grounded in innovating learning and teaching and fully integrated with the community. The University of Calgary is honoured to have been chosen by the State of Qatar to bring its Nursing program to Qatar.
The University of Calgary’s Faculty of Nursing is renowned in Canada for its excellence in clinical practice and family health care. Our nursing students in Qatar are educated to the same Canadian standards and receive the same credentials as students at the Calgary campus.
UCQ is at the forefront of health promotion and disease prevention in Qatar. While educating the future nurses of Qatar, we will engage individuals, families and communities in activities designed to enhance family capacity to attain and improve health. Our nursing students and graduates will practice in the community, in primary health centres, in clinics and schools in addition to acute care hospitals. Our program exemplifies a vision of modern nursing that develops graduates who deliver evidence-based health care and are strong critical thinkers and change agents, whose focus is the entire family.
The University of Calgary in Qatar will be the model for excellence in international nursing education, practice, and scholarship.The University of Calgary in Qatar enriches health and wellness in Qatar by educating and developing world-class nurses.
Our conduct reflects our belief in inclusivity and acceptance of diversity within an environment that supports cultural safety. We are committed to caring for the physical, natural, and social environment and to fostering a healthy and safe community that recognizes the diverse needs of all we serve.
Our engagements are conducted with openness, honesty, and transparency. We are socially and financially accountable for our actions to our stakeholders: students, staff, faculty, sponsors, partners, and the public. Our actions reflect our belief that every person has the right to live and work in an environment free from prejudice and intolerance. We promote and embrace a culture of diversity and social justice.
Our relationships are defined by a culture of collaboration and a shared commitment to the achievement of common goals. We practice and promote proactive communications among and between individuals, teams, and departments, and with our sponsors, partners, and other organizations in the community.
Our endeavours are accomplished within an environment that fosters and encourages curiosity and creativity. We distinguish ourselves through continuous development, self-directed learning, and ever-evolving professionalism, and we support each other to achieve our highest ambitions.
The University of Calgary in Qatar offers a flexible, innovative, Bachelor of Nursing (BN) degree to prepare students for the opportunities and challenges of a rewarding nursing career. Throughout the program, students are provided with a sound theoretical base and supervised clinical experience in a variety of nursing practice settings.
The impact of mental disorders on the health of Qatari citizens and residents is set to be the subject of a significant research study led by University of Calgary in Qatar researcher, assistant professor Dr. Vahe Kehyayan, PhD. A total of 150 nursing students earned their undergraduate or graduate nursing degrees at University of Calgary in Qatar’s (UCQ) 2017 Convocation ceremony at the Qatar National Convention Centre (QNCC) on Sunday, May 14th.
As part of their community clinical course work, three groups of UCQ students from the Bachelor of Nursing, Post-Diploma program partnered for the first time with Primary Health Care Corporation (PHCC) to develop community health care promotions in three PHCC health care centers.
The University of Calgary in Qatar (UCQ) held its 5th annual International Day event this past Saturday, March 18 bringing together students, faculty and staff with the community to celebrate diversity on campus.On Saturday, March 18 UCQ will host its 5th annual International Day to celebrate diversity on campus.
Dr. Deborah White has been appointed dean and CEO of the University of Calgary Qatar campus, effective immediately. Photo by Ewan Nicholson for the University of Calgary. The University of Calgary in Qatar (UCQ), Qatar’s only school of nursing, officially opened a new building at its Al Rayyan campus on Furousiya Road on Tuesday.
Scholars from Canada and Qatar recently came together at the University of Calgary in Qatar (UCQ) to share knowledge and investigate ways the two countries can work together to improve health care. The University of Calgary in Qatar (UCQ), Qatar’s only university for nursing education, recently hosted its third Interprofessional education (IPE) event of the academic year.