Georgetown University’s GEMBA students and faculty visit Qatar Petroleum
DOHA, Qatar • 19 February 2018 – A delegation of students, faculty and staff from Georgetown University’s Global Executive Master of Business Administration (GEMBA) program visited Qatar Petroleum’s headquarters today as part of their visit to Qatar.
The delegation’s visit to QP was designed to introduce them to Qatar’s energy sector through a discussion of QP’s history, its management of its human capital, and the challenges facing the oil and gas business in the region.
Mr. Saad Sherida Al-Kaabi, President and CEO of Qatar Petroleum, welcomed the delegation and wished them great success in their educational journey as well as in discovering the great elements of success that made the State of Qatar what it is today.
Mr. Al-Kaabi also provided an overview of how Qatar Petroleum was transforming itself into becoming one of the best national oil companies in the world. He also highlighted the major milestones as it develops a global business and enhances its competitive position as a global energy player.
The Georgetown delegation were later briefed by a number of Qatar Petroleum senior executives on the various aspects of the corporation’s business and facilities, its management of its human capital, and its recently launched strategy and values.
The GEMBA program is conducted as part of an international partnership with Georgetown University in the United States, ESADE Business School in Spain, and the INCAE Business School in Costa Rica, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Paraguay, and Panama. All candidates, who come from various parts of the world, receive dual degrees from Georgetown University and ESADE.