Lycée Franco-Qatarien Voltaire

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Lycée Franco-Qatarien Voltaire (Arabic: المدرسة القطرية - الفرنسية فولتير[1]) is a French international school in West Bay, Doha, Qatar,[2] in proximity to the Institut français du Qatar and the University of Qatar. As of 2015 it has 518 students.[3]

The school was established on 15 January 2008. It originated from an international convention agreed upon between the French and Qatari governments on 3 May 2007 which stipulates the establishment of the school. Nicolas Sarkozy and Tamim Bin Hamad Al Thani attended the inauguration.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "LIST OF DOCUMENTS TO BE SUBMITTED PRIOR TO ADMISSION" (Archive). Lycée Franco-Qatarien Voltaire. Retrieved on April 25, 2015.
  2. ^ "Plan d'accès"/"خريطة الوصول." Lycée Franco-Qatarien Voltaire. Retrieved on 25 April 2015. "WEST BAY - DOHA - QATAR"
  3. ^ "Cursus" (Archive). Lycée Franco-Qatarien Voltaire. Retrieved on April 25, 2015. - The Arabic page is "المنهج" but it may not have the same information as the French page.
  4. ^ "Historique" (Archive). Lycée Franco-Qatarien Voltaire. Retrieved on April 25, 2015. - See Arabic version: "تـاريـخ الـمـدرسـة" (Archive).


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Coordinates: 25°21′25″N 51°30′07″E / 25.3569°N 51.5019°E / 25.3569; 51.5019