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About Sur University College

Sur University College (SUC) was set up in 2001 upon the endorsement of the Council of Higher Education request number MHE/MO/2001/3/211. The school has additionally enrolled as a Limited Liability Company (LLC) in the Oman Trading and Industry of Chamber under a brilliant class with the business record number: 4/10194/4. It is one of the organization under Mubarak Bahwan Groups of Companies.

Since its initiation, SUC is offering specializations, for example, Accounting, Finance and Banking, Marketing and Management, Information Technology, Information Systems under Business Administration and Information Systems and Technology offices. These projects are offered under the scholastic connection with Bond University, Australia. From 2012 SUC is offering Mechanical Engineering and Architectural Engineering in association with American University in Cairo, Egypt under Engineering Department. Since 2016, SUC is offering Master Program in Human Resource in alliance with Sunderland University, UK. SUC is offering a Master’s Program in Public Administration in Arabic since October 2016 in association with Ain Shams University, Egypt.

To help deep rooted learning, SUC is offering “Night Studies” programs in Engineering, IT, MM and Accounting specializations.

Vision Statement

Sur University College tries to be quite possibly the most recognized private colleges in the Sultanate of Oman and past, focused on giving financial change through quality training and examination in getting ready understudies for what’s to come.

Statement of purpose

Sur University College endeavors to support institutional viability, greatness in educating, understudy uphold administrations, and expert and exploration exercises to meet nationals and network objectives through creating skilled understudies.


Keep up elevated expectations to be a standout amongst other advanced education organizations of the Al-Sharqiyyah Region and in the Sultanate of Oman all in all.

Add to the public needs by means of responsibility towards greatness and top notch instruction.

Support improvement to meet the assumptions for the network.

Produce balanced understudies through individual consideration.

Give thorough scholastic and extra-wall painting exercises.

Enhance the climate for both instruction and expert turn of events.

Fortify understudies’ abilities through scholastic and exploration exercises.

Sustain ingenious and capable understudies to help the network.

Add to the relational and scholarly aptitudes of the understudies to meet worldwide assumptions.

Fundamental beliefs

Greatness: Ensure a commendable scholastic environment.

Excellent: Provide an ideal instructive climate.

Adequacy: Facilitate proficient training, exploration and network administrations.

Proficient: Produce capable and ingenious specialists.

Steady: Maintain a climate helpful for learning.

Certainty: Improve independence in errand fruition.

Competency: Increase capacities to meet worldwide prerequisites.

Groundwork for future: Develop effective residents of things to come.


Scholarly Buildings:

SUC’s grounds has five, three-story offices. Every office has a banquet room, study halls, workplaces, a theater, PC labs, support room, meeting rooms, a focal office for the HoD and the primary office for the secretary, a lift, 3 flights of stairs, Wi-Fi, photocopier(s), surveillance cameras, alarms, printers and male, female and impaired washroom offices. Every school likewise has a worker unique mark recognizable proof framework, banks of understudy storage spaces on the primary floor, and fire security quantifies set up.

Study halls::

The entirety of the homerooms have comparative offices. Every study hall has 3 white sheets, a teacher’s work area, at any rate two forced air systems, a fixed fan, window blinds and two banks of for all time fixed seating with folding composing surfaces. The HEI holds fast to neighborhood conventions whereby male and female understudies don’t sit together. By far most of the study halls are outfitted with overhead projectors.


PC labs have been equipped with singular work areas, seats and PC’s. The Engineering Department has PC, drawing and mechanical research centers, which are all creating in understanding to the 2009-2014 Strategic Plan. The entirety of the educators have their own office. Every office is outfitted with a work area and seat on rollers, metal stockpiling zone and a landline. A few workplaces are outfitted with printers while others share a typical printer. The copying happens in the secretary’s office.

Sur City

Sur is the capital city of Ash Sharqiyyah Region, northeastern Oman , on the shoreline of the Gulf of Oman. It is situated at around 93 miles (150 – 180km) southeast of Oman’s capital city, Muscat. Generally the city is known for being a significant objective point for mariners. Today the ocean actually has a significant impact of life in Sur.

SUC (Sur University College) is the principal private advanced education organization set up in the Ash Sharqiyyah Region, 2001. In October 2011, SUC had 1100 understudies enlisted and offered degrees in Business and Information Technology. In 2012, it started offering degrees in Mechanical and Architectural Engineering in participation with The American University in Cairo (AUC). Today in 2015 there are 1797 understudies selected and SUC offers programs in four controls, Foundation English, Information and Technology, Business, Engineering.

Sur is one of numerous lovely attractions for guests that are hoping to investigate a portion of the wonders of Oman. Situated on the Sea of Oman coast and the pleasant two-hour drive to Sur from the capital Muscat is to have gone through a portion of Oman’s best mountain ranges and picturesque vistas.


By the sixth century, Sur was a set up community for exchange with East Africa. In the sixteenth century, it was under Portuguese standard yet was freed by the Omani imam Nassir ibn Murshid and went through a financial restoration, as an exchange community with India and East Africa. This proceeded until the mid-nineteenth century, when the British prohibited the slave exchange. Sur was a significant center for mariners who showed up on board cargo bearing boats looking to set up business ties connecting Oman, East Africa and India. The city was additionally demolished by the launch of the Suez Canal, which saw it lose exchange with India.


Sur encounters a semi-parched atmosphere with next to no precipitation and high temperatures. In view of its waterfront area, Sur’s evening temperatures are rarely low. There is no unmistakable wet season, however March will in general be the wettest month, and September the driest. Infrequently, Sur gets battered by typhoons. In 2007, Cyclone Gonu battered the city, and in 2010, Sur was hit by Cyclone Phet.


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