Ibra College of Technology is one of the established technical Colleges in the Sultanate of Oman that is being governed by the Ministry of Manpower since 2001. read more
"It is indeed a great pleasure to write a few lines about Ibra College of Technology. The College has been the pioneer in technical education in Sharqiyah region offering value based job-oriented courses in Engineering, Business and IT specializations." read more
We will be a leading technological institution, providing high quality teaching and learning to prepare and empower the Omani professionals of the future to contribute to national socio-economic development.
To deliver high quality student-centred education that produces competitive graduates who enter the labor market with confidence, strong technological and personal skills, prepared for a life of contribution and success.
The office of Academic Affairs is in charge of supervising the academic departments to ensure the College Vision and Mission are accomplished. read more
As per Article 11 of the Colleges of Technology Bylaw
The Academic Affairs is one of the three offices that work under the College Dean. The Office of the Academic Affairs is mainly responsible for ensuring that all academic activities of the college are carried out and sees to it that quality technical education is delivered to acceptable standards by all HEIs. read more
The office of Administrative and Financial Affairs is in charge of supervising the Administrative, Financial and Human Resources departments. read more
As per Article 13 of the Colleges of Technology Bylaw
The Office of the Administrative and Financial Affairs works under the College Dean. This office manages the human resources, administrative and educational requirements of the college and ensuring that all these requirements are aligned with the programs offered and is in compliance with the standards set by the HEIs. read more
The Student Affairs office is in charge of supervising the Admission and Registration, On-The-Job Training, Counseling and Graduates Follow up, and Housing, Student Activites and Graduation. read more
As per Article 12 of the Colleges of Technology Bylaw
The Office of the Student Affairs provides all the Support Services needed by the students as new intakes up to graduation. The office will ensure that students will receive the proper support needed in order to succeed in their chosen fields of expertise and become future professionals and contribute to national socio-economic development of the Sultanate. read more
The Educational Technology Centre primarily supports the educational mission of the college by providing technological resources and technical services. read more
The ICT Quality Assurance Unit was established to support the college vision, mission, goals and objectives by ensuring that standards in accordance with internal and external requirements are complied with in the performance of its day-to-day activities.
A systematic and independent examination to determine whether activities and related results comply with planned arrangements and whether these arrangements are implemented effectively and are suitable to achieve objectives." (Aust/NZ Standard 1994: the underlined is AUQA emphasis)
A systematic, independent determination whether: