18th Annual Graduation Ceremony, at the Al Bustan Palace

First batch of 11 students receive Bachelor’s in Airport Management In the biggest academic convocation in the history of Modern College of Business & Science, 123 students received their Associate, Bachelor and MBA degrees at its 18th graduation ceremony held at the Al Bustan Palace, a Ritz Carlton Hotel on Monday. Dr. Juma Bin Ali Al Juma, Board Chairman of Oman Airport Management Company (OAMC), was the Chief Guest at the function,

which was attended by several dignitaries and luminaries including Dr. David Decker, Rector of Franklin University, USA. The graduation ceremony witnessed the first batch of 11 students including females receiving their Bachelor's degree in Airports Management.

This is the second cohort of students to graduate this year. Of this, 17 students were from the third batch of Master's program in Business Administration. Fourteen of the MBAs pursued the General stream, while the rest majored in Finance.
Fifty-seven students from the 13th batch of Bachelor programs with made the largest number of graduates, followed by 49 diploma students of the 18th batch.

Professor Ahmed Bin Mohamed Al-Naamany, dean of Modern College, congratulated the graduates saying the students had to overcome many a hurdle to reach this proud moment. “Learning, however, doesn’t end with graduation, several avenues to hone professional skills and acquire specialized knowledge still lie ahead,” he noted. He appreciated the support and guidance extended by the graduates’ families as well as the academic and administrative staff of the college that ensured the academic success of students.

He also expressed gratitude to Dr. Muneer Bin Mohamed Al-Maskary, the founder and Executive Chairman of Modern College, for his continued efforts leading the institution to be a centre of academic excellence in the Sultanate. The first ever graduates in Airport Management bears testimony to Modern College’s keenness to support the government’s Omanisation efforts through offering programs that meet the requirements of the labor market.