Hamad Bin Khalifa University (HBKU)

Hamad Bin Khalifa University (HBKU), a member of Qatar Foundation, embodies a research environment, delivering multidiciplinary programs that are aligned to current and future global challenges. Representing over 60 nationalities, HBKU's students, faculty, and researchers are at the forefront of shaping the region's innovation ecosystem.
HBKU is based in Education City, Qatar, a unique hub of learning that offers students a wealth of opportunities to play an active role in a vibrant multicultural student family.

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Sustainability & Major Sport Events: Implementation (edX)

Learn the best practices and tools you need to plan and implement a sustainable major sport event. When planning to host a major sport event you must take certain steps to ensure that the event is not only sustainable for the host city or region, but also leaves a [...]
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Navigating Legal & Commercial Aspects of Sports (edX)

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Navigating Legal & Commercial Aspects of Sports (edX)
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Leading academics in their respective fields will introduce you to the dynamic world of sports law and related business principles. You will develop an overall understanding of the key legal and commercial aspects of sports. You will gain useful insights into their application based on actual scenarios involving athletes [...]
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Sustainability & Major Sport Events: Principles (edX)

Learn the five pillars of sustainability and how to apply these when planning and hosting a major sport event. While any major sport event can pose great opportunities for the host city or region, there are also challenges associated with hosting these events. The environmental impact on the country's [...]
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Solar Resource Assessment in Desert Climates (edX)

Learn how to use the components of solar radiation, solar spectrum, forecasting and meteorology to advocate and plan for deploying PV in desert climates. Desert regions may seem optimal for solar energy and the deployment of photovoltaic (PV) applications. However, the heat and dust experienced in the region poses [...]
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Using Photovoltaic (PV) Technology in Desert Climates (edX)

Learn how to mitigate the challenges related to PV technology and enhance the performance of solar cells and PV modules in desert climates. The high insolation in desert regions can result in a lower cost of solar energy. While this may be a key motivation to deploying PV in [...]
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