Muscat College, (formerly known as Muscat College of Management Science and Technology) is a private Higher Education Institution located in Muscat, the capital city of the Sultanate of Oman. The College is one of the first private higher education institutions and one of the pioneering colleges in Oman to initiate undergraduate studies at the bachelor with honours degree level.

Established in 1996 the College started its first academic year in 1997. Since then, the College has produced thousands of undergraduate students. Till 2004, the College campus was in a multi-story building in Ruwi. Then another millstone was achieved with the establishment of the College purpose-built campus in Bawsher city with facilities including classrooms, computer laboratories, library, cafeteria, auditorium etc. With steady growth, the college has undergone further infrastructural expansion in 2010 with the addition of an upper floor to the Language Centre, a mosque for both staff and students and a Multi-Purpose Sports Hall for indoor sports activities. In addition, the college has further plans to construct a girl’s hostel and a dedicated library building during the next strategic plan period 2020-25.

Muscat College is well known for the quality of its academic Programmes, supporting facilities and services, which aim at providing students with a true college education. The College offers Advanced Diploma Programmes in affiliation with the Scottish Qualification Authority (SQA). In addition, the College has a partnership with the University of Malaysia Pahang offering Bachelor with Honours Programmes.

Muscat College started its affiliation with the University of Stirling in 2003, and in 2007 it was expanded to a new Memorandum of Association to offer four-year Honours degree programmes. It commenced the first Master’s Degree Programme (MSc Management) in 2018 and another programme MSc Big Data in 2019. In May 2021, both parties agreed to phase out the partnership with the last intake in September 2022 for Undergraduate Programmes and no other intake to any Master Programme. All enrolled students on the programme will continue on their courses during the agreed teach out phase until they complete their respective programmes.

Muscat College is committed to developing programmes with appropriate academic experiences attractive to students in line with the sustainable development objectives of the Sultanate of Oman Vision 20-40 and guided by the College’s Strategic Plan 2020-25. The College is currently in the process of developing new programmes with leading International Universities.

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