Human Resources

The Human Resource Department of Majan College works to maintain an environment which encourages all employees to achieve their personal and professional goals, and their aspirations and potential, as they work toward achieving the college's mission as well as their department's and faculties’ goals. The key activities of the department include:

  • Recruitment and staff development,
  • Ensuring that the college's personnel practices conform to the applicable laws and regulations of the country,
  • Managing the college's approach to employee benefits, compensation, employee records and personnel policies.

The college encourages teamwork by employing people from a wide range of backgrounds whose diverse knowledge and experience helps enhance our teaching and learning experience, as well as work alongside our strategic objectives. All employees are treated with respect and are encouraged to voice their opinions and suggestions and are given opportunities to realise their potential.

Contact details 
Tel: +968 24730439 / 438


The Majan College campus with 18,890 sq meters of land is located in a prime location in Darsait. The Facilities Department is responsible for the overall maintenance and supervision of all the College’s physical facilities. It maintains records of all College properties and assets, leased or owned. 

The operational activities of campus and facilities management can be broadly categorised as:

  • Building and maintenance,
  • Grounds maintenance,
  • Services, supply and maintenance,
  • Planning and project management.

Contact details

Tel:  +968 24730437 / 436
Fax: + 968 24730493
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Quality Assurance

The College was one of the first higher education institutions in Oman to establish a quality assurance directorate.  The Directorate of Quality Assurance (QA) was set up in May 2000 and has firmly established comprehensive quality assurance policies and procedures that are detailed in the Quality Assurance Manual (QAM). The directorate develops, implements and monitors the strategies, processes and procedures that govern all academic and support functions in the College. It works closely with all Academic Faculties to monitor and enhance the quality of the students’ learning experience and academic standards.

The Quality Assurance Committee has the responsibility for monitoring and reviewing the quality assurance systems and procedures. The committee comprises the Head of Quality Enhancement, Faculty Directors and Coordinators for QA from each Faculty, the Associate Dean for QA and the Dean. The Faculty Boards of Study and Programme Committees have an important role in identifying and discussing quality issues within each faculty.

The College's quality assurance and enhancement measures include:

  • External Examiner System for moderation of assessments and marking; verification of standards.
  • Internal moderation of assessments and marking to ensure consistency of approach and transparency.
  • Chairing of undergraduate Examination Boards by University of Bedfordshire.
  • Annual programme and faculty monitoring.
  • Student Representation in committees.
  • Student Feedback on Teaching and Learning.
  • Performance Indicators.
  • Peer review of teaching.
  • Annual Staff Performance appraisal.
  • Academic Advising system.
  • Internal and external programme validation and review stages.
  • An Intranet site for use by teachers to share good practice.
  • Module Reports produced at the end of each semester.
  • Online Induction for new staff.
  • Personal mentor allocation for new staff members
  • Staff Satisfaction Questionnaire.

All academic programmes are approved after a strict and thorough process of internal and external validation. Every four years, Majan revalidates its programmes where programme teams update the curricula and incorporate feedback from a variety of sources, particularly students, industry, employers and external examiners.




The Mission of the college library is to design, produce, acquire, store and make available information resources to meet the teaching and learning, information and research needs of College students and staff, and to provide users with advice and assistance in their use.


The library has a comprehensive and up to date collection of books and resources in the field of Accounting, Business, E-business, HRM, Marketing, IT and EFL.

  • 25,000 printed books
  • 122,000 thousand eBooks (through ebrary)
  • More than 17,000 publications through ProQuest central database.
  • Audiovisual materials
  • A range of academic journals of international repute.
  • Periodicals and newspapers

Opening Hours

Sunday - Wednesday: 8:00am - 8:30pm*
Thursday: 8:00 - 3:00pm
Saturday: 10:00am - 5:30pm** The library is also open 10:00am - 5:30pm on Fridays when Post Graduate classes are in session. Please check with the library for latest dates.

* term time only, outside of term time the library will close at 4:30pm
** from week eight of teaching until the end of exams

Printing and scanning services

  • Students can access multifunction printing, scanning, photocopying machines in the library and can print from any computer lab in the college.
  • Students receive RO 1 of print credit from the college each semester, and additional credit can be purchased as required. Black and white printing/copying costs 10bz per double sided sheet, and colour copying costs 70bz per sheet.

Online Information Resources :

Majan University College students can access around 10,000 electronic journals through the University of Bedfordshire’s Digital library.

UoB Digital library included 10 databases for eBooks, 33 databases for Academic e-Journals and 6 online databases for Newspapers.


E-brary is an online repository of e-books, including 127,000 titles available for searching, reading online and downloading.


ProQuest Central is the largest, multidisciplinary, full-text online database available in the market today. It covers subject like Business, Science & Technology, Health and Medical, Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities and News. This resource provides access to 30 of ProQuest's most highly used databases, with a variety of content types across over 160 subjects

  • 21,000 periodical titles
  • Over 70,000 full text dissertations in the areas of business, psychology, physical sciences, health, education and more.
  • Over 90,000 working papers from providers such as SSRN.
  • Thousands of up-to-date market and industry reports, and country profiles.
  • The most comprehensive collection of market, industry, and economic reports available on the market today.
  • Over 1,000 international newspapers and news wire services are available in current full text.

Contact Details

Tel: +968 24730413 / 443
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Registry & Admission Staff

Registry Staff

  • Ms. Nabila Al Macki -  Associate dean, Quality Assurance & Registry
  • Kasi Viswanathan - Director for Registry Systems
  • Erwin Mabeza -  Senior Software Developer/Systems Analyst
  • Shamsa Al Musalami -  Head of Admissions
  • Ziyad Al Maimani -  Deputy Head of Admissions
  • Thuraia Al Jabri -  Educational models technician

Admission Staff

  • Zainah Al Hinai - Registry Manager
  • Aliya Al Rawahi - Registry Assistant
  • Mohammed Al Sidairi Registry Assistant


Get in Touch

  • Tel: +968 2473 0400
  • Email:
  • Mutrah | Way No. 2621 | Building No. 1986
  • P.O Box: 710, P.C: 112 | Ruwi | Sultanate of Oman
  • Hotline: +968 8007 1000