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Congratulation to Dr. Ahmed Abdel Aziz Ibrahim on the occasion of obtaining a master degree in business administration
The College of Petroleum Engineering and Technology and the Sudan University of Science and Technology are proud to congratulate Dr. Ahmed Abdul Aziz Ibrahim for his MBA degree and accreditation from the American Institute of Applied Sciences and the Arab Board of Trainers. And his adoption of the Canadian Board of Kutching and also adopted as an arbitrator accredited by the Arab Institute for Arbitration and Conciliation and the Ministry of Justice of Sudan. The College of Petroleum Engineering salutes this diligence and perseverance and wishes more success and progress for the doctor and the family of the college and the university. Congratulations are attached to the University of Sudan for Science and Technology with this remarkable achievement
Congratulations by the month of Ramadan
The College of Petroleum Engineering and Technology congratulates its employees by the holy month of Ramadan, asking allah to accept the good deeds.
Visit the Capital Committee of the College
A high level delegation from the Capital Committee headed by the Vice Chancellor visited the Faculty of Petroleum Engineering and Technology. The delegation toured the halls and offices of the college to find out the college requests from the official
Discussions of graduation projects for diploma students in refining and transportation engineering
During this day, the graduation projects for the students of refining and transportation Engineering Diploma were discussed by the arbitration committee composed of the teachers of the refining and transportation Department. The discussion included many distinguished projects which deserved the praise of the Arbitration Committee
Discussions of graduation projects for Diploma students in Exploration Engineering
During this day, the graduation projects for the students of Exploration Engineering Diploma were discussed by the arbitration committee composed of the teachers of the Exploration Department. The discussion included many distinguished projects which deserved the praise of the Arbitration Committee