An essential component of the College mission is to provide students with quality engineering education. This education is not limited to the conventional course delivery methods only. Students are exposed to the actual engineering practice via industrial training. This training is compulsory for every student graduating from the College. Through industrial training students are able to correlate what they have learnt at the University with what is being practiced in industry. The trainees are usually involved in a range of activities during training. These activities include design, analysis, manufacturing, testing, regulatory affairs, etc.
The College is keen to keep its links with its Alumni and to continuously cooperate with them and keep them aware of the educational, research and social activities within the College. Moreover, the College of Engineering, by its nature, keeps a close tie and continuous interaction with the Industry.
I would like to take the opportunity and express my sincere gratitude and appreciation to all the organizations and individuals that have supported us by providing quality training for our students or have provided feedback on our programs and activities. These opportunities have had a great role in improving and developing our students and educational programs.
Dr. Issa Al Harthy
Assistant Dean for Training and Community Service
College of Engineering