International Cooperation

Help the organization to become well known and recognized.

Create a broad international scope for all the organization projects.

1-Contact international institutions regarding the external affairs of OMSB like training, examination, Simulation, Faculty Development, and other services.
2-Prepare cooperation agreements with international institutions for postgraduate training and ensure the implementation of the terms.
3-Supervise the cooperation programs and internal agreements within the country and ensure following the legal procedures for signing them.
4-Communicate with international institutions and scientific corporations to build ventures of collaboration with them and facilitate cooperation projects.
5-Arrange visits between OMSB and international institutions related to training affairs and international collaborations.
6-Facilitate international activities like external examiner participations, and conferences and meetings attendance.
7-Translate cooperation programs, reports and studies sent through OMSB, and review the translated documents before submitting them to concerned personnel.

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  • Essential facts about Oman

    The Sultanate of Oman is a modern country located in Arabia Peninsula in southwest Asia. It borders the United Arab of Emirates in the northwest, Saudi Arabia in the west and Yemen in the southwest. Oman consists of 11 governorates and Muscat governorate is the capital. Oman is a member of Gulf Cooperation Council, United Nations, Organization of Islamic Cooperation and Arab League. Arabic is the official language.

    • Population
    • 2020 estimate 4.4 million people
    • 2010 census 2,773,479
    • Density 14.7 people / km2

    • Time Zone
    • GST (UTC+4)
    • Summer (DST) (UTC+4)
    • Official Language
    • Arabic
    • National Day
    • 18th November
    • Calling code
    • +968
    • Climate
    • Hot and dry in the interior and humid along the coast
    • Drives on the
    • Right
    • Currency
    • Omani Rial
    • Summer Season
    • May to September
    • egular Shopping Hours
    • 9:30 AM to 1:00 PM 4:30 PM to 10:00 PM
  • Tourist attractions

    In Oman, one can enjoy white sandy beaches, water sports, valleys, mountains, desert activities, forts and museums and much more. In Muscat, some of the main tourist sites are the Grand Mosque, Matrah Souq, Bait Al Baranda, Bait Al Zubair, Jalai Fort, Merani Fort, Qanatab beach, Diving Club and Bushar Sands. Outside Muscat, there are a lot of fascinating tourist sites like Jabal Shams, Ras Al Jinz Turtle Reserve, Nizwa Souq, Bahla fort and Wahiba sands. Muscat and Salalah Festivals are two of the annual activities in the Sultanate. During which, the visitors can enjoy various traditional, entertaining sports activities. For more information,

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    • Email
    • Phone
    • +968 2418 1120
    • +968 2418 1154