List of Required Documents:
- Recent passport-sized photo of your child
- Child’s passport
- Parent’s/guardian’s passport
- Child’s birth certificate
- Valid Qatar ID card (for child and parents)
- Up-to-date health and immunisation documentation (for child)
- A recent report from your child’s nursery/school
- Any other relevant reports relating to specific learning needs or medical requirements (allergies etc) for your child.
We ask you to note that in accordance with the Ministry of Education (MoE) guidelines for pupil admissions in Qatar, your application will not be considered if all of the mentioned documents are not also submitted when completing your application.
All children must be in possession of a valid Qatar Residency Permit before starting school at King’s College Doha, please note that this is different for overseas applicants. Please see section under Overseas Applications for further details.
Children entering Pre-School and Reception will undertake play-based observations in small groups. Year 1 applicants will have one-on-one assessments with a teacher focusing on reading, writing and mathematics and assessments for children entering Years 2 to 10 (6 to 15 years old) will comprise a more formal assessment where the focus will also be on reading, writing and mathematics.
The decision to admit your child is made after we have considered all aspects of the application. All offers are subject to availability of places. With regret, due to the number of applications we receive and as per our school policy, it is not possible to give detailed individualised feedback after an assessment has been completed.
- If the application is successful, our Admissions Team will send you an offer letter of confirmation, offering your child a place at King’s College Doha along with an acceptance form. The year group to which your child is admitted will be age-appropriate and in accordance with the International Education System Equivalency guidance issued by the MoE.
- To proceed with your child’s enrolment, you will be required to pay the non-refundable registration fee of QAR 2,500 to our Admissions Team within 7 days of receipt of our offer letter. This payment can be settled online through our website or via bank transfer or in person by credit card or cash at the school.
- Finally, in order to accept and secure the place, an acceptance deposit must be paid (QAR 7,925 for Pre-School – Year 6, QAR 8,917 for Year 7 – 10). This will be deducted from your first term’s fees.
Acceptance Fee: QAR 7,925 deductible from the first term’s tuition fee payment on acceptance of a place at the school (QAR2,500 is non-refundable).
Acceptance Fee: QAR8,917 deductible from the first term’s tuition fee payment on acceptance of a place at the school (QAR2,500 is non-refundable)
Re-enrolment Fee – Applicable to current pupils and required to secure a place for the following academic year
|Pre-school to Year 6||QAR 7,925 (QAR 2,500 non-refundable)|
|Years 7 to 10||QAR 8,917 (QAR 2,500 non-refundable)|
|Years 11 to Year 13||QAR 10,300 (QAR 2,500 non-refundable)|
Please note that your child is not guaranteed a place until the Re-enrolment Fee has been received and in all cases the place will be released no later than 31st May of the preceding academic year.
Please refer to our Fees Policy 2020-2021 for more details and our Terms and Conditions.
Fees for New Pupils
Application Fee – QAR500 non-refundable – to be paid at the time of making the application.
Registration Fee – QAR2,500 non-refundable – payable on acceptance of the pupil and before she/he is admitted to the school.
- Your child is not guaranteed a place until the Acceptance Fee has been received and in all cases the place will be released no later than 30th June of the preceding academic year.
- The full term’s fees are payable before a child can be admitted to the school.
- Should you choose to cancel your place at the school after acceptance and before the term starts the Acceptance Fee will be refunded save for QAR 2,500.
Prospective parents wishing to join us from overseas, please complete the online application form and provide all the relevant information and documents, including academic reports and any behavioural reports, if applicable. Final registration for overseas children for each academic year is the end of January of that academic year.
As per the MOE’s guidelines for overseas applicants, the latest school report, clearly stating the completed year group, must be translated in English, and stamped and attested by the following:
- Ministry of Education of the country of the latest attended school
- Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the country of the latest attended school
- Qatari Embassy/Consulate of the country of the latest attended school
- Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Qatar
King’s are delighted to be working with Globe Uniforms as our designated school uniform/accessories supplier and distributor. Their aim is to offer parents and pupils the benefits of excellent service and multiple channels for uniform purchase.
The schoolwear shop is on site at King’s College and operates Sunday, Monday and Thursday 10am to 1pm and 2pm to 5pm.
Uniforms can also be purchased online via www.globeuniforms.ae/schools using the school code KC010
Please see the Uniform Guidelines
As a school, we run a scholarship program to support talented pupils who show passion and potential in one or more areas of the curriculum. There is an expectation that scholars act as role models and peer leaders, demonstrating how potential can be realised and what can be achieved through commitment and determination.
For existing pupils, academic scholarships can be awarded by the school, where there is evidence of a child’s outstanding performance in both external and internal assessments, carried out by the school over the year. For non-academic subjects, awards will be made to children considered to be achieving at an exceptional level both within the school and at a national level.
For new pupils, such an award will be assessed against performance on entry and historical evidence shared by parents and former schools.
Scholarships awarded carry a small reduction in school fees and are reviewed annually. All decisions made by the school are final.
Future School Support
We are always keen to support our pupils as they continue their educational journey beyond King’s College Doha. We will endeavour to support families leaving the school with applications, in particular, for schools abroad. This support could include, but is not limited to, letters of recommendation, interview practice, confidential reports and the school being used as a centre to sit an entrance exam. Some schools may provide a practice paper for potential pupils and we will seek to offer limited individual support in preparing the children in such instances.
Please note that it is the responsibility of parents to contact potential schools independently (including King’s College UK), who will then, in turn, contact us for any required actions.
Term Dates Academic Year 2021/22
Please contact us if you have any further questions about the terms/academic year.