“Let there be learning, even under the shade of trees”

- The late His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said Al Said

Health and Well-being of the entire MEC community is our primary concern

Middle East College is proud to have moved to online mode within 2 days after the suspension of classes were announced. This was only possible due to MEC’s proactiveness to serve our students and due to our technical capabilities. We are successfully offering most modules online employing Microsoft Teams, as per the original timetable to ensure a clash-free schedule for students.

The Supreme Committee constituted by His Majesty Sultan Haitham bin Tariq, while deciding to maintain the suspension of study in all educational institutions, highlighted the significance of efforts to activate and continue online education in the country. We are also in receipt of Ministerial decree No. (25/ 2020) from the Ministry of Higher Education that directs us to continue the educational process for the Spring 2020 and Summer 2020 semesters using online remote teaching and learning mechanisms so as to ensure that student learning and advancement are not adversely affected.

With the extension of the suspension of on-campus classes for an indefinite period, we have taken immediate and deliberate actions so that your PROGRESSIONGRADUATION and EMPLOYABILITY are not adversely affected. 


The unique blend of various types of  assessments normally require you to visit industries, conduct surveys, collect information, work in groups, etc., none of which seem possible, considering the restrictions imposed by the pandemic. We also recognise that the current challenging circumstances might affect your preparation for and performance in assessments. We have hence decided on an alternate approach so that you can focus on on-line learning and ensure that the current changes do not present you with additional challenges in life in the long run. This amended approach to assessments shall be applicable exclusively for Spring 2020 and Summer 2020 semesters.

We believe that conducting modified assessments now is better for our students in the long term than deferring assessments to a later date or cancelling them altogether. Giving you the best possible chance to make progress now is better than delaying the assessment burden and worries to a later unspecified date, especially since a safety net of approaches allow us to accommodate worse than expected performance and to alter degree classification calculations.



The revised academic calendar is now available for download

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Download the Undergraduate Calendar

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Let us stay engaged

Please continue to be engaged with your faculty members. They will explain the details regarding your assessments and other measures during the online class. Please feel free to ask any queries on this to your faculty.

In case of an emergency, you may contact the numbers given below.




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Frequently Asked Questions for Supplementary Examination

All eligible students can register online for Supplementary Examinations - Spring 2020 through SIS. The last date to apply for Supplementary Examination – Spring 2020 is 30th April 2020.

All students who are eligible to give a Supplementary Examination in Spring 2020 and registered for the Examination are required to submit an Assignment provided to them through respective academic department which offers the module. Such department will send a Moodle link through college email to all students registered for Supplementary Examination – Spring 2020. Students must submit assignment through the Moodle as per the deadline given in the assignment.

The Moodle Link of the Assignment for Supplementary Examination will be provided on or before 11th June 2020. An email in this regard will be sent by respective module leader. The last date to submit the Assignment on Moodle will be given in the assignment of the module in which student is writing the Supplementary Examination.

The total mark for the Assignment is 100, which will be converted to the weightage of end semester examination component of that respective module.

All the coursework marks you have earned in the module during your regular semester will remain as it is. Marks of the Assignment will be considered as the end semester examination component marks (as per the assessments of the supplementary module). The marks you have scored in Assignment of the Supplementary will be scaled down to the weightage of the End Semester Examination component and the total mark will be calculated. Module Pass/Fail will be based on the total marks of the module.

Result of the supplementary assignment will be announced with the semester results of your programme. Release of results of all UG programmes: 8th August 2020

Yes. Supplementary students can apply for grade appeal in supplementary assignment. Students can apply for grade appeal online through SIS from 9th to 13th August 2020.

In case you fail in the supplementary examination, you are required to re-register the module when it is offered next.