beIN Prepares Qatari Graduates to Become Tomorrow’s Media Leaders
Seventeen sponsored graduates join various departments at beIN MEDIA GROUP
A total of 10 fresh Qatari graduates are set to begin their professional careers at beIN MEDIA GROUP after they successfully completed their respective undergraduate degrees under the beIN National Talent Development Program (NTDP).
The program works as part of beIN’s strategic vision and aims to prepare professional and talented local youth for future challenges. The main focus is to equip them with required skills that enable them to compete successfully in the international media industry. This falls under the Human Development pillar of Qatar’s 2030 National Vision, which aims to enable them to sustain a prosperous society.
“In alignment with Qatar’s national vision of 2030, beIN continues to focus on building capacity programs that work to support outstanding national talent. beIN places great importance on the investment in young and talented Qatari youth in order to build future leaders who will serve our country and be effective players in its progress,” said Mr. Tareq Zainal, beIN’s Executive Director of Human Resources and Financial Affairs.
Since its inception in 2015, the NTDP has provided both international and domestic sponsorship programs to a total of forty Qatari students. Seventeen of those students have successfully graduated and are currently beIN employees.
Talking at a recently held event to welcome these fresh graduates into the folds of beIN, Yousef Al-Mulla a graduate from Qatar University’s Mass Communications program said that he hopes to play a key role in fulfilling beIN’s strategic vision.
“beIN’s top reputation both locally and globally is what inspired me to join. It is a great honor to now officially be part of such a globally recognized and impactful organization. I hope that my strong passion for sports will help me in developing my professional skills as a Producer,” said Al-Mulla, who recently joined beIN’s Arabic Programs department.
“It’s very encouraging to see a prestigious company like beIN invest so much in the development of young Qatari talent,” added Abdulaziz Al-Khanji, who obtained a Media and Communications degree from Leeds Beckett University in the United Kingdom and is now an employee in beIN’s marketing department.
beIN plans to continue offering a wide range of capacity building programs to Qatari students both after their high school graduation and during their undergraduate studies.