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GHEDEX was an extraordinary influence of all stakeholders of
Higher education. The program was very well managed right
from the beginning to the end with a professional approach.

Dr. Manishankar Chakraborty, Business Management Faculty, Ibra College of Technology

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It was a productive event for the University and we
will be more than happy to attend again next year.

David Evans, International Marketing Officer, Cardiff Metropolitian University

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It is definitely one that can't be forgotten. It gives me an opportunity to re-discover the world of education and to meet people from different countries as well as share information and gain knowledge about the global education.

Ahmed Mohammed Humaid Al-Shandudi, career Guidance Counselor, Ministry of Education


GHEDEX – Global Higher Education Exhibition 2016

The 17th edition of Global Higher Education Exhibition will take place from 19 – 21 April 2016 at the Oman International Exhibition Centre, Muscat, Oman. It’s an annual event which is held under the patronage of Ministry of Higher Education (MoHE). Last edition of GHEDEX breaks 16 years record by attracting over 25000 visitors, over 200 top-notch universities and colleges from over 23 countries participated with 170 educational bodies and institutions accounting for international participation and 30 for local participation. Omani and expatriate students seeking quality education and opportunities for evolvement through internships and related career planning programmes will find GHEDEX to be a lucrative opportunity to pursue their higher education goals.


In 2015 budget government has allocated significant budget for education sector. According to latest report “Allocation of OMR 3 billion for the education sector will be a shot in the arm for the education field. It will improve education in different ways, especially in terms of quality. With the funds allocated, focus should be more on improving the quality and bringing the education system on par with global standards.” Read More »