As part of its commitment to social development, UMS Group (UMS), along with Petroleum Development Oman (PDO) and National Training Institute (NTI), has established...
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.
Babson College, one of the top entrepreneurship colleges in the United States, whose mission is to prepare entrepreneurial leaders to create economic and social value everywhere is looking at potential collaboration with Sultan Qaboos University and business families in Oman to promote entrepreneurship education.
EY announced the winners of the fifth “Student Excellence Award” (SEA) held under the patronage of HE Saud bin Nasser Al Shukaili, Secretary General of Taxation, Ministry of Finance.
The founding Headmaster of AGS Muscat, the new British curriculum school in Seeb, confirmed today that the school is in the final stages of construction and will be open in September as planned.
English Education Management Company (EEMC) announces its first school in the Sultanate of Oman. A’soud Global School (AGS) Muscat will open in September 2016 admitting pupils from Pre-KG to Grade 6 and in the successive years will grow to an Upper Prep and Senior School preparing pupils for iGCSE’s and A-Levels.
Orpic firmly believes in supporting the national In-Country Value programme and hence believes in nurturing and developing Omanis to take on roles in line with the company’s long term strategic growth plan.
Reaffirming its commitment to support the Sultanate’s national workforce, The Oman American Business Center (OABC) organized a special workshop at the Caledonian College of Engineering to provide students with vital skills training to enhance their career prospects.
One in four Middle East professionals plan to take a postgraduate degree in the next two years, many of them driven by a desire to improve their career prospects, according to the latest research released by online recruitment firm GulfTalent.