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OMAN: Higher ed exhibition opens





PHOTO: Shaikh Khalid bin Omar al Marhoon, Minister of Civil Service, in the presence of Abdulaziz bin Mohammed al Rowas, Adviser of His Majesty the Sultan for Cultural Affairs and other guests

OMAN: Higher ed exhibition opens

12th, October 2015

MUSCAT: The Higher Education, Training and Career Exhibition (Edu Trac Oman-2015) began at Oman International Exhibition Centre yesterday under the patronage of Shaikh Khalid bin Omar al Marhoon, Minister of Civil Service, in the presence of Abdulaziz bin Mohammed al Rowas, Adviser of His Majesty the Sultan for Cultural Affairs and a number of officials.

The 3-day exhibition is organised by Al Nimr International Exhibition Organisers.

More than 180 companies and institutions are participating in the exhibition, which provides an ideal platform for local and foreign universities and leading training institutions to communicate and interact with the students, parents and executives interested in various education and training levels.

The exhibition provides good opportunities to learn about the providers of higher education and training to enhance their presence in

the active education sector in the Sultanate.

The exhibition includes a special pavilion to serve job-seekers, giving them opportunities to meet with officials of the human resources of the various industrial sectors, government institutions and private sector companies that offer jobs coupled with training opportunities to potential candidates.

It also includes a special pavilion for banking and financial institutions, which provides employment opportunities in the financial and banking sector and to work as entrepreneurs, where they can get information on funding to start their new business. — ONA


 














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