National University has four campuses with 4200+ students from 37 nationalities and staff members from 25 nationalities. University offers programs in academic collaboration with reputed international Universities namely Glasgow Caledonian University, UK, University of South Virginia, USA and University of South Carolina, USA and has MoUs for research collaborations with many organisations and companies in and around Oman making the University a unique multi-cultural, multi-campus, multidisciplinary campus.
Welcome to student life at National University where we believes that higher education experience is not only to learn the competencies of your chosen discipline but also we strive to create an engaging, active, education environment that support and motivate student learning, develop your personalities, serves the University community, and inspires students to make a positive contribution to society. We accomplish this through participation in extra-curricular activities which will help you to improve your leadership skills, teamwork, and the ability to meet and overcome challenges and above all inculcates in you the spirit of sportsmanship. All these are skills you will need in your day to day life especially when you move out into the world of work. With this in view ample opportunities are available to hone your skills.
National University provides hostel facilities. However facilities for boy’s accommodation is limited to a few campuses. Student support services at National University, in liaison with admissions office, assigns students to accommodation during the admissions process. Transport facilities are also available.
At the College of Pharmacy, a hostel facility for female students is available and is designed to be comfortable & adequate to all female students. It accommodates 142 students governed by three house mothers. It is a 4-floor building with 48 rooms. The hostel handbook has all the rules and regulations which students should strictly follow. Students who break the hostel rules are subject to disciplinary action for misconduct.
Dining options on campus include canteens and cafes offering a selection of beverages as well as a variety of snacks and meals.
These outlets cater to every taste, culture and dietary need and are regularly monitored and supervised by internal and external authorities for health and hygiene.
NU encourages students to take part in community activities, through registering themselves in various student’s clubs. Moreover student’s voluntary clubs often organize charity fairs and blood donation camps and proceeds are donated to recognized charitable institutions.