Cross Cultural Education: A Key to Omani Student Learning Success
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This paper surveys the execution of English Language to Omani Students at the Dhofar University (DU) in Oman. The paper canters about the experimental investigation into the successful feat of cross cultural education at a chiefly Arabic speaking Institution for Higher Education. The paper’s findings are based on qualitative research methodology that explores Omani students’ insight of obtaining education in English in courses presented by an English speaking lecturer from a culture and attitude dissimilar to their own. It also abridges the personal opinions of the researcher who instructed Omani students for many years in order to accomplish practical methods and learning frameworks for cross cultural education success based on the suggestions received through the student perceptions and personal observations
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