The MTC, established under the directives of His Majesty, the Late Sultan Qaboos bin Said, may Allah rest his soul in peace, aims at integrating technological education with military training in order to be a significant tributary....
MTC will be internationally positioned amongst the best all-service providers of academic and technological education along with military training
To deliver trade, specialist, undergraduate and post-graduate engineering programs to all MOD service personnel and other security services...
A chart of the MTC management structure, including our Senior Services Department team and Academic Department team.
On behalf of His Highness the Deputy Prime Minister for Defense Affairs, and on behalf of all members of the Board of Directors of the Military Technological College, I am pleased to welcome you to the Military Technological College,,,
The College has a long-standing relationship with the University of Portsmouth (UoP) which has validated its courses..
The college is associated with a number of specialized professional institutions in Oman and United Kingdom.
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Military Technological College TimeLine from the His Majesty’s Approval to proceed with the Project under MOD supervision to First Batch Graduation..
Quality has been at the heart of the Military Technological College (MTC) since its inception. The College has been keen to provide high-quality education for its students,
MTC ensures for its graduates many intensives
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Our Aim is to empower our students with linguistic and academic skills of an international standard that will enable them to succeed.
Vocational training plays a prominent role in linking theoretical study with practical reality, as it gives the student an opportunity to get acquainted with the work environment.
LRC strives to collects, creates, organizes, preserves, and provides access to information resources that enable the MTC to fulfil its mission in terms of teaching, learning, research, and the advancement of knowledge.
Training Needs Analysis (TNA)Alongside the academic programme, MTC also delivers non-credit bearing training specifically designed to ensure that you develop the competencies required to be successful in your future workplace.
Civil Engineers, Construction Managers and Quantity Surveyors are major members of both the design teams and the construction teams within the construction industry. They are saddled with the responsibilities for designing, constructing and maintaining civil engineering structures; managing the construction process and managing cost-related issues respectively. They provide services in the design, construction, management, maintenance and sustainable disposal of built assets including but not limited to highways, tunnels, and bridges; airports and railways; dams, water supply and sewerage treatment systems.
The department of Civil Engineering & Quantity Surveying is the only department that offers direct entry to a Bachelor Degree at the end of Y1 (L3), without the need to study Diploma first. Eligible students may join the BSc Quantity Surveying programme on successful completion of the engineering foundation year Y1 (L3). MTC’s B.Sc Quantity surveying is the only Bachelors’ programme accredited by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) across the entire GCC countries. In addition, the Department of Civil Engineering & Quantity Surveying offers several programmes within its 3 specialties including:
As well as studying common subjects in L3 such as Introduction to Civil Engineering; Engineering Practice; Engineering Mathematics; Materials and Construction Detailing; Building Services; Engineering Science; Introduction to Design in Civil Engineering and Individual Project in L6.
Civil Engineering is the discipline of engineering that deals design, construction, development and maintenance of the built environment. It is one of the oldest engineering professions.
Programmes offered in CE are
Construction engineering management, or CEM, involves the application of technical and scientific knowledge to construction projects. While CIVILS focuses on design and QS prepares the cost, the construction management (CEMs) is concerned with overseeing the actual construction.
A Quantity Surveyor is professionally trained, qualified and experienced in dealing with Construction cost, construction management and construction communications on behalf of the employer.
A Quantity Surveyor is a cost expert whose prime task is to ensure that the project is kept within the agreed budget and that the employer obtains value for money.
BEng (Hons) Civil Engineering (4 years full-time): Accredited IEng (Full)
This degree is accredited by the Joint Board of Moderators (JBM) comprising the Institution of Civil Engineers, Institution of Structural Engineers, Institute of Highway Engineers, the Chartered Institution of Highways and Transportation and the Permanent Way Institution on behalf of the Engineering Council as fully satisfying the educational base for an Incorporated Engineer (IEng).
See www.jbm.org.uk for further information.
Advanced Diploma in Civil Engineering (3 years full-time): Accredited IEng (Partial)
This qualification is accredited by the Joint Board of Moderators (JBM) comprising the Institution of Civil Engineers, Institution of Structural Engineers, Institute of Highway Engineers, the Chartered Institution of Highways and Transportation and the Permanent Way Institution on behalf of the Engineering Council.as:
BSc (Hons) Quantity Surveying (4 years full-time): Full Accreditation
This degree is accredited by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), UK, as fully satisfying the educational base for Chartered Surveyors.
The students within the Department of Civil Engineering and Quantity Surveying undertake a programme of academic and practical training, which is specifically aligned to their chosen pathway. To support this work, Training Needs Assessment (TNA) activities and Department Specific Activities (DSA) are provided to enhance students’ practical experience. The students undertake TNA activities throughout levels 3, 4 and 5 whilst the DSA are scheduled for two weeks at the end of each semester.
The TNA activities are designed to provide students with a hands-on experience of the construction process including planning and scheduling the work as well as the actual construction and fit-out of a small building. Each week the students are timetabled to spend 4 to 6 hours working on the college building site where they undertake the following activities:
The TNA activities provide the students with an invaluable insight into the activities of the trades that they will be required to work with once they graduate from MTC. The experience gained allows the students to manage and schedule work on building sites more effectively.
The DSA are designed to provide a two-week period of extended learning where students are able to undertake prolonged training in a single discipline.