The occasion was held beneath the auspices of Eng Abdulrahman Salim al Hatmi, group CEO of Oman Global Logistics – ASYAD, and in the presence of Dr Abdullah al Sabahi, chairman, MEC, Dr Kiran G R, dean, MEC, Maarten Van Rijn, from NHTV Breda University, distinguished academicians from the public and private institutions, MEC’s management, employees and students.
In his inaugural address, Eng Hatmi expressed his satisfaction as the larger educational institutions are coaching the skillsets of potential executives and workers, completely synchronising with the business needs and demands.
He also assured his total assistance to make the understanding method a lot more sensible with the active assistance of the logistics network in Oman.
He stated, “Congratulations MEC! Developing human capital in the logistics sector is one of the four pillars of our strategy and I am pleased to see that the momentum is gaining pace across all of our educational establishments.”
“Breda University is honoured to collaborate with Middle East College. We felt at home here due to the fact that MEC’s teaching approaches are very much the same as Breda’s,” stated Rijn from NHTV Breda University.
The college is providing its programmes for each complete-time and element-time students.
In addition, MEC gives the greatest educational encounter to its students all through the course.
This is ensured by providing numerous coaching possibilities, business visits, projects and internships, international exchange programmes, combined with the newest teaching and understanding methods.
Information Source: Muscat Daily