Doha, July 22 (QNA) – The Qatar Financial Centre (QFC) Regulatory Authority has held a ceremony to honour six Qatari national University students who participated in and completed a five-week Summer Internship Programme.
The Regulatory Authority’s Summer Internship Programme provides an opportunity for high achieving students to gain practical work experience, the Authority said Sunday.
Internships are offered across all areas of the Regulatory Authority’s business including financial services regulation, policy development, enforcement, as well as business support areas such as Finance, Corporate Communications and Human Resources.
During 2011 seven students participated in the Summer Internship Programme.
The Regulatory Authority congratulated Fatma Al Meer, Sheikha Al Sowidi, Shama Al Muraikhi, Dhabia Al Mansoori, Sara Al Thawadi, and Aisha Al Jaidah for their dedication to the Summer Internship Programme.
QFC Regulatory Authority CEO Michael Ryan, said, “Our Summer Internship Programme is an integral part of our talent management programme. The work experience that these talented students have gained will help to form the foundation for a career in financial services. We are grateful to the students for their efforts and contribution to the Regulatory Authority.”
The QFC Regulatory Authority is committed to recruiting and training Qatari nationals to shape the future of the country, in line with the Human Development Pillar of the Qatar National Vision 2030.
The QFC Regulatory Authority has been operating a Graduate Fellowship Programme since 2006 helping to add to the regulatory expertise in the State.
This Programme offers its participants first-hand experience working as a regulator in a world-class regulatory organisation, under the guidance of personal mentors who are subject matter experts in financial regulation, the Authority said. (QNA)