Anglo-Omani Society

The Anglo-Omani Society (AOS) is a charitable organisation working with the objective of preserving the longstanding friendship between Britain and Oman. The Society was formed in January 1976 with HM Sultan Qaboos bin Said Al Said as the Society’s Patron and HE The Ambassador of the Sultanate of Oman in London as its President.

Society Objectives

To advance the education of the British public about all aspects of Oman.
To advance the education of Omani nationals about all aspects of the UK.
To improve understanding between Oman and the UK and to promote a lasting friendship between the two countries.
To provide bursaries, scholarships and grants for Omani and British students and projects.
The Society achieves its objectives through a series of cultural, educational and networking events held in London and Muscat. In London it arranges a regular lecture programme on subjects relating to Oman which showcases well-known and experienced speakers who are specialists in their own fields.

The Society offers a confluence for the government, academic and private sectors of both countries to develop their cross-cultural activities, and offers support for external projects that are aligned to its charitable objects.

In addition, the Anglo-Omani Society is reaching out to the younger members of both countries through its New Generation Group (NGG), which operates its own programme of events and annual delegations to the UK and Oman.

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