World Scholar’s Cup brings over 1,800 students from 30 countries to compete in various academic facets
24 Jun 2023News
The World Scholar's Cup (WSC), which began on Thursday and will go through June 27 at the Qatar National Convention Centre (QNCC), is one of several efforts being carried out by Discover Qatar (DQ), the destination management firm of Qatar Airways, to promote educational tourism in Qatar.
More than 1,800 students from 30 nations, including those in Asia, Africa, Europe, and the GCC, participate in this academic tournament to compete in a variety of academic categories.
To demonstrate its top-notch educational infrastructure, emphasise its distinctive educational environment, and position Qatar as the top location for a variety of academic disciplines, Discover Qatar organises Education Tours in Qatar with the goal of empowering the future's creators. DQ has created unique cultural trips for the WSC Scholars to highlight the exciting and secure environment in Qatar. The largest and most cutting-edge event venue in the world, the World Scholar's Cup is being held, at QNCC.
Academic competitions including Team Debates, Collaborative Writing, Scholar's Challenge, and Scholar's Bowl will be held for all competitors. The World Scholar's Cup will be concluded with a thrilling Scholar's Ball for students, which will be led by DQ. This will be followed by a Cultural Fair at which all delegations will share and celebrate their traditions through food, art, and crafts.
The World Student Congress (WSC) is an inclusive enrichment initiative that brings together students from many nations to celebrate cultural diversity and universal principles.