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DOHA – The  Qatar Olympic Academy (QOA) will hold the graduation ceremony for students of batches 12th and 13th of  Advanced Sport Management Course for the  academic year  2022-2023 at  the Qatar Olympic Committee Headquarters on Tuesday.


Tuesday  graduation ceremony  will  be  organized  under  the auspices of  the  President of  the  Qatar Olympic Committee and the QOA ,  H.E. Sheikh Joaan bin Hamad Al-Thani at  9:30  AM at the  Losail Hall at  the QOC building.  


On this occasion, the  Qatar Olympic Academy will  launch its new  look website to  help  students and trainees be more accessible to the  educational, academic and sport services proved by the QOA.


The QOA was selected by the IOC to be among the first 20 Olympic committees in the world to implement this program, which was launched in 2008. Since its inception, more than 500 students from inside and outside the country have taken part in the program. 

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