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Hi, is there any legal distance education centers in oman from indian universities? I say legal bcoz it seems there are some around who are not recognized by UGC. please advice.
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DdavidJMa posted HSBC account on the Oman forum on September 17, 2014:
We are currently in Iran and want to open an HSBC account in Muscat before we arrive - for practical reasons. I have tried contacting them by email as they suggested via their website and other ways too but a resounding silence so far! Any suggestions? Many thanks David & Fery
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hewitson posted Salalah on the Oman forum:
Can anyone advise what type of accommodation 800 OMR per month can get you in Salalah - Villa? no. of bedrooms? etc is this on the low end of the scale for a 4 bedroom villa? Many thanks
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Ananth replied to the thread expenditure in muscat on the Oman forum:
sandeepksaxena initially posted:
Dear I am planning to move SQuniversity as post doc fellow in 4-5 month. I receive 1000 OMR. I am moving with my family wife 2 kid 2 year and 6 year. I need some help from you to know that how much money is required for normal life style. I need some well furnished accommodation near to SQ University. I want to enroll my daughter in II class in Indian school. Please tell me what is the total expenditure. I have came to know that in Muscat DPS school is there please give the detail address. how is the life in muscat especially near to university. Your replies give me a new direction. Thanks for anticipation... Sandeep ( India)
Ananth replied most recently with:
RO 1000 is very much on the lower side. You may find it difficult to manage.
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CarolR replied to the thread women life in Oman on the Oman forum:
sohely26 initially posted:
I am a woman who would like to work in Oman for few years. How is the life of a foreign female there?
CarolR replied most recently with:
From what I have seen, single women do not have it easy in Oman. Under new restrictions, you may not even get a visa.
sohely26 replied most recently with:
I am from bangladesh. I already have a lisence in Oman. i didnt join when i was selected. now i applied again
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A reader commented on the Expat Report Culture Shock in Salalah, Oman
Culture-Shock-in-Salalah
Do you have any advice or thoughts about culture shock you would like to share?
Go into anything you do with an open mind and be open to new things. Try not to be too critical about the other culture and always search for the positive things. (Continue)
A reader replied most recently with:
I would like to know some things about Salalah - I wil relocate there alone and I am interested in a studio type. what can be the cost of furnished one, what is exactly the standard there for studio - bedroom, living room, kitchen and bathroom, or without kitchen, what is a minimum amount to cover normal living expenses over there. Thanks
A reader replied recently with:
Very nice report, and somewhat similar to my experience in Oman, too.
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CarolR replied to the thread Moving to Muscat, Oman on the Oman forum:
calcy initially posted:
Hi, I am looking for advise. I have been offered 1000 OMR for a sales position in Muscat Oman. Will this be a good enough package to for a family of 3. I have a daughter who 2.5 years and begin schooling soon. My company mentioned that they will provide visa's and medicals for the family but I have to look for my own accomodation. Could someone guide me what expenses I should look in Muscat, Oman. We live in Sharjah, UAE at present and not sure if its a good decision to move to Muscat. My employer mentioned that the market is picking up and opportunities are growing in plenty for sales business. Also my wife intends to work also. How is the job job market for women. Are jobs available for women in Admin and HR positions. Please give me a breakdown of cost considering I would like to live in Muscat city in a 1 BHK or studio apartment.
CarolR replied most recently with:
Things are expensive in Oman. I have a three-bedroom apartment, nothing grand, and it costs your entire monthly salary. Also, due to new restrictions on employment of ex-pat women, your wife may not be able to work. Private schools also are not cheap.
raj87 replied most recently with:
living expenditure bit higher her e.for1BHK u hav to spend 200 to 250 OMR.i don't think here job market for women is good except if she is nurse.main drawback is here they dont hav public transport.
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maryamoman posted Omani Arabic on the Oman forum:
I have been looking for glossaries/grammar books or just anything to learn the Omani dialect. I already speak Fusha Arabic and would like to learn the local dialect but couldn t find anything about it. Does anyone have any idea (links, book recommendations etc), it would be highly appreciated!
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Steveb1 posted Sur Life for Young English Couple on the Oman forum:
I am thinking of taking up a job in Sur, I am 27 and my wife is 24. I'm interested in what the social life is like. Would my wife be able to work. What are the places of interest nearby. Are there any clubs used by expats. Are the local people welcoming. What is the shopping like for western food, clothes etc. Any advice is welcome.
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