As part of Shell‘s commitment and various initiatives to develop Omani talent, Shell Development Oman recently enrolled three young Omanis in its world-class graduate programme.
A group of fourth year students have been awarded with study scholarships in order to conduct their Bachelor thesis in Engineering, Geosciences and Urban Planning and Architecture at RWTH Aachen University (Germany).
The first ever Omani to attend London Business School’s Sloan programme has been named the 2015 Oman Ambassador in the UK.
Prominent educationist Dr Sugata Mitra appealed to the education decision makers gathered at the ongoing fourth World Education Summit to allow the use of Internet during examinations. He also urged curriculum designers and teachers to embrace the Internet not just as a tool of learning, but to include it as a subject in the curriculum just as any other such as Physics, Chemistry, Math or English.
Latest statistical data released by the Statistics Department at the Admission Center for the academic year 2014/2015 reported that the percentage of female students in higher education institutions in the Sultanate is higher than that of males, with 57.7% to female students and 42.4% for male students.
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The German University of Technology in Oman (GUtech) is the first private university in the Sultanate to receive international re-accreditation for its Bachelor of Science programmes in Computer Science, Urban Planning and Architectural Design and Applied Geosciences and first accreditation for its Bachelor of Engineering degree programmes in Environmental Engineering, Process Engineering and Mechanical Engineering.