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.
The European Union Aviation Safety Agency is an agency of the European Union with responsibility for civil aviation safety.
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.
Marine engineering students at MTC have a unique opportunity to study under the guidance of highly experienced faculty and to develop their skills in an authentic marine engineering environment. MTC has excellent facilities supplied by the Royal Navy of Oman. Students also regularly visit their naval bases.
The Advanced Diploma/DipHE and Bachelor of Engineering (BEng) programmes are based on curricula which have been designed to international standards and are accredited by the UK Engineering Council. Developed in close liaison with the University of Portsmouth, the programmes have well-defined career development pathways for graduates with specializations in Mechanical, Hull, Control, Electrical, Radar, Radio & Communications and Ordnance upon joining the Royal Navy of Oman. Oman is a maritime nation. Graduates of MTC will benefit from receiving a nautical engineering experience which will prepare them for exciting careers.
Marine Engineering Foundation year
Students in Marine Engineering Students are mandatory to complete the Foundation year before choosing the six pathways offered by the department.
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marine Engineering Foundation year.pdf
Marine Engineering Department offers the six pathways including Marine Engineering Foundation Year and awards both in Advanced Diploma of Marine Engineering and Honours Degree of Bachelor of Marine Engineering. The awards are attained on successful completion of Levels 1, 2 and 3 of the Oman Qualifications Framework (OQF) for an Advanced Diploma and Level 4 for a Bachelor’s Degree with Honours.
Students are also awarded a Diploma of Higher Education and/or Bachelor’s Degree with Honours from the University of Portsmouth on completion of the equivalent Levels 3, 4 and 5 (DipHE) and Level 6 (Bachelor’s Degree) of the UK Framework of Higher Education Qualifications (UK FHEQ). The six pathways inclusive of Marine Engineering Foundation year offered by Marine Engineering Department are:
Marine engineers and mechanical technicians are essential to the efficient and reliable operation of ships and thus require a deep understanding of the importance of marine engineering for the design, construction, and repair and maintenance of marine systems. Overall, they are responsible for the power supplies and mechanical functionality of ships and are involved in the analysis, design, manufacture and maintenance of core marine systems in collaboration with other marine engineering specialists. These can include engines, gearboxes, auxiliary machines, refrigeration, air conditioning and ventilation, hydraulic and pneumatic systems, and control systems. They conduct performance and operational tests of machinery and equipment, ensuring it is in compliance with required standards, and are required to prepare technical reports, cost estimates, work requests and repair schedules. Mechanical engineering specialists working in a marine environment often facilitate liaison between teams, so they must be able to apply engineering knowledge and skills to communicate effectively.
mechanical Engineering pathway.pdf
Programmes & Awards
Marine engineers and electrical technicians hold important positions in the technical hierarchy of a ship. Their expertise in the electrical field is required to ensure correct and efficient functioning of the automations and electrical systems on board, as well as the overall safety of the vessel. Their work involves, but is not limited to, inspecting electrical equipment to prevent or deal with breakdown occurrences, operating procedures related to all on board electrical instruments and their control panels, and routine maintenance of auxiliary systems. To carry out required duties, a comprehensive knowledge of wiring, cables, circuit design and electrical power systems applicable to a marine environment is required, in addition to excellent troubleshooting, technical and repair capability. Specialists in marine electronics must also be familiar with industry design standards and regulatory safety guidelines.
Electrical Engineering pathway.pdf
Marine engineers and hull technicians are involved in designing, building and maintaining the core structure of a ship. This includes analysing water flow around the ship’s hull, measuring and monitoring hull stress, and assessing the behavior of ships in waves. Hull engineers and technicians are responsible for the metalwork on shipboard structures and for operating and maintaining systems such as plumbing and sanitation. They are expected to be skilled at fabrication, welding applications, mechanical installation and to be able to resolve any technical issues related to a ship’s structural components. This work may be performed indoors, in dockyards or at sea in varying weather conditions. Therefore, specialists in hull engineering must be adaptable to working under harsh environmental circumstances.
Hull Engineering pathway.pdf
Marine communications depend on skilled engineers and technicians to design and maintain ship communication and navigation equipment including radar and satellite communications systems, Global Positioning System (GPS) and Electronic Chart Display and Information Systems (ECDIS). They are responsible for developing, installing, servicing and providing technical support to marine vessels and thus require extensive technical expertise in a range of communication and navigation systems.
RRC Engineering pathway.pdf
There are many systems that need to be controlled in a marine environment, such as engine operation processes, navigation and weapons systems. The Control Engineering pathway at MTC focuses on the stand-alone and integrated systems used for different aspects of weapon engineering operations including guided missiles and gun fire control systems. Control engineers and technicians are trained to design, develop, and maintain equipment which ensure that the electronic and weapon control systems on a ship operate efficiently and safely. They may be involved in developing and programming software, analysing data, writing technical reports, and ensuring compliance with standard operating procedures. Interdisciplinary skills are required to work effectively with both machinery and while liaising on a team.
control Engineering pathway.pdf
Weapons engineers and ordnance technicians complete both an academic and a TNA programme of study that educates and trains them as specialists who maintain and repair different kinds of equipment and systems related to the operation of short and medium-range guns and associated control systems. Weapons engineers and ordnance technicians are also responsible for maintaining an optimum storage environment for ammunitions and missiles. Their role also includes operating and maintaining different types of naval guns and acting effectively to ensure the safety of systems and personnel in case of misfire or any other related incident that may occur while operating guns. Weapons engineers and ordnance technicians are responsible for the maintenance of the systems and guns, while a ship is under normal operations or during maintenance periods.
Programs offered by Marine Engineering Department are affiliated with the University of Portsmouth (UOP) and honors Dual Awards from both MTC and UOP for Advanced Diploma and in Bachelor’s degree. Moreover, programs offered by Marine Engineering Department are accredited by IET, IMechE, EI and IMarEST. The details are:
The Marine Engineering students will gain practical insight and exposure to real systems during their attachment to the Royal Navy of Oman (RNO) ships, repair yard and other organisations. This is to ensure that our graduates have a smooth transition into their professional life on-board ships and bases.