A Qatar Leadership Academy plaque being presented to the US ambassador.
What does QLA stand for?
QLA stands for Qatar Leadership Academy (Qatar)
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We have 17 other meanings of QLA in our Acronym Attic
- Quantum Leap
- Quantum Libet (Latin: As Much As You Please)
- Queensland (Australia)
- Query Language
- Quiche Lorraine
- Quick Look
- Qualification Level 3 (Canadian Army)
- Frequency Modulated (sonar; US Navy)
- Lasham Airfield (Lasham, England, UK)
- Qala (postal locality, Malta)
- Quadrifilar Loop Antenna
- Quality Level Agreement
- Quantum Logic Array (hardware architecture)
- Quark License Administrator (software)
- Quebec Library Association (Canada)
- Quick Look Analysis (software)
- Queensland Little Athletics Association
- Quick Like A Bunny
- Quality of Life in Adult Cancer Survivors (assessment)
- Quantitative Localization Activity Relationship
Samples in periodicals archive:
Participants from Qatar came from American School of Doha, Qatar Academy, English Modern School, Qatar Leadership Academy and Qatar Academy Al Khor, besides others.
The root of working in the aerospace field starts firmly in the classroom, said a Boeing test and evaluation pilot, speaking to cadets recently at the Qatar Leadership Academy in Al Khor.
Saad al Suwaidi from Qatar Leadership Academy, Nora al Naimi from Doha Collage, Khalid al Jaber from Omar Bin Al Khattab School, Abdul Rahman al Mulla from Al Jazeera Academy, Sheikha Abdel Hakim from Al Resala School, and Al Ghalia al Kubaisi from Cambridge School, were the participants in the Academy and tournament.
Twenty-two high school students and six teachers from the Qatar Foundation International-supported Arabic language and culture programs in Saao Paulo and Curitiba, Brazil, run by BibliASPA, will be paired with students from the Qatar Leadership Academy and Qatar Academy on an educational exploration in Doha from January 19 to 29.
The following students represented QatarDebate Centre at the Academy: Sd al-Suwaidi, from Qatar Leadership Academy, Nora al-Naimi (Doha Collage), Khalid al-Jaber (Omar Bin Al Khattab School), Abdul Rahman al-Mulla (Al Jazeera Academy), Sheikha Abdel Hakim (Al Resala School) and Al Ghalia al-Kubaisi (Cambridge School).
The team members are Saad al Suwaidi, 16, from Qatar Leadership Academy, Hassan al Mulla, 16, from Khalifa Secondary School, as well as Abdulla al Emadi, 14, Haya al Thani, 16 and Noora al Naemi, 14, all from Doha College.
Ten design teams comprising students from eight Qatar high schools -- Al Bayan Educational Complex for Girls, Al-Leman Secondary Independent School for Girls, Al Khor International School, Al Wakrah Independent Secondary School for Boys, Doha College, Gulf English School, Qatar Academy, Qatar Leadership Academy, architecture students from Qatar University and Carnegie Mellon University, and interior design students from VCUQatar -- submitted their designs to the jury on Saturday at 4.