GCET announces online service for recruiting Omani graduates from UK universities

Muscat - 

The Global College of Engineering and Technology (GCET) held an event to announce GradLink Gulf’s online recruitment service at its premises on Monday. 

GradLink Gulf is an addition to the GradLink series which provide employers in Oman and Gulf a one-stop portal for recruiting high quality Gulf graduates from universities across the UK. GradLink Gulf connects students and graduates from the Gulf who have studied in the UK. GradLink Gulf is supported by the University of West of England (UWE).

Dr Ilango Sivaraman, acting deputy dean, GCET said, “GradLink helps students and graduates connect with potential employers. It provides employers access to student profiles particularly those of graduates especially from UWE and GCET. They can select candidates from the profiles that suit their requirements. It’s an opportunity especially for graduating engineers from GCET who will get a UWE degree to get exposed to global employer base. We discussed today how to help graduates find jobs.”

The event had officials participating from different government institutions including the Ministry of Heritage and Culture, Ministry of Housing, Public Establishment for Industrial Estates, The Research Council, the Central Bank of Oman, the Public Prosecution, Be’ah, Oman Post, Public Authority for Civil Aviation, Royal Court Affairs, Ministry of Higher Education, Royal Navy of Oman and Judiciary Affairs Management Council.

Dr Sivaraman said, “We have participants from different government institutions. They have been sent by ministries to understand how the system works.”

GCET is a private institution which commenced operation in 2014. The college is regulated by the Ministry of Higher Education and is affiliated with UWE, Bristol, UK on a franchise basis.

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