UDST Achieves Major Success in the International Computing Olympiad in Turkmenistan

Doha: The University of Doha for Sciences and Technology (UDST) achieved major success in the International Olympiad in Informatics held by the International University of Oil and Gas (IUOG) in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan, where two of its students, Hussain Mohammed Al Hayki and Abdulhai Ibrahim Naif Alshammari distinguished themselves by placing second and third respectively in the landmark competition, outperforming 300 participants from 53 esteemed universities spanning 17 countries.

President of UDST Dr. Salem Al-Naemi commented on the achievement saying, “I would like to congratulate the winners on their remarkable performance. Their accomplishments on such a global stage further demonstrate the quality of the education we provide.” “We are committed to immersing our students in applied academic experiences and believe this approach is the key distinguishing factor of our graduates both locally and internationally,” he added.

Leveraging its modern infrastructure and student-centered approach, UDST remains d
edicated to graduating generations of IT professionals ready to drive technological advancement in Qatar and across the globe.

UDST’s College of Computing and Information Technology is at the forefront of innovation, offering ten cutting-edge degree programs meticulously crafted to meet international standards and accreditations. Equipped with state-of-the-art facilities such as the AI and IoT lab, Cybersecurity lab, and digital communication and media production lab, students are empowered to explore and excel in the latest fields in the IT world.

Source: Qatar News Agency