In recent years, the phrase ‘International Schools’ has come to refer to schools that confer an intrinsic global or international outlook in minds of their students. Unlike the first International Schools, these schools can also have a significant local student population as parents in the host country, eager to broaden the horizons and experiences of their children, enroll them as pupils. Typically, these schools will teach an international curriculum, say English or American, and will have English as their primary teaching language. This helps to prepare pupils for a relatively seamless transition to higher education institutions beyond their country of residence.
Some of the main factors you should consider when deciding on an International School are found in the full article here.
And the school named for Qatar is Compass International School Doha.