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MEC Campus

Providing a unique, rich, and rewarding experience to students is always on top of our agenda. The infrastructure developed at Middle East College aims to provide the very best in the student experience.

Al-Khwarizmi building (AKZ)

The building is named after the famous Islamic mathematician, astronomer and a geographer, Abū ʿAbdallāh Muḥammad ibn Mūsā al-Khwārizmi. 

It has a buildup area of 7300 Square meters and houses Classrooms, Laboratories of Computing Department, Multimedia Studio, Offices of Academic HoDs, Wellness centre and support offices like Registration and Assessment department, Admission Office, Accounts, and Procurement department, Media and Communications, International Office, to name a few

Ibn Rushd building (IBR)

The Ibn Rushd building is named after Abu al-Walid Muhammad ibn Ahmad ibn Rushd, one of the greatest thinkers and scientists of the history. It has a built-up area of  4600 square metres and houses Centre for Foundation Studies, Department of Electronics and Telecommunication, Civil Engineering labs, Electronics and Communication labs, Italian Cafe, Software services and development office, to name a few

Al Khalil building(AKH)

The 4200 square metres building is named after Al Khalil Ibn Ahmad Al Farahidi, one of the earliest Arab lexicographers and philologists. The building is home to the learning resources labs, MEC library, Executive Office, Dean's Office, Quality Assurance Office, Career Services and External Affairs department, Campus Services department, Student Technology Leaders and IT server room.

MEC Student Hub

The MEC student hub with a buildup area of 7050 square metres is the heart of events and activities on campus.  It comprises of the following amenities:

1) A Sports hall (1055 sqm) with marking for 5 a side football, Volleyball, Basketball, Badminton, Indoor cricket, and Tennis with telescopic spectator seating and dressing rooms.
2) An Event Hall in an area of 1150 sqm which includes, reception, VIP room, state of the art AV facilities including a 45 sqm LED screen, backstage room telescopic seating and other facilities.
3) A student  lounge
4) 2 Prayer halls 
5) Student-run stationery shop

Ibn Khaldūn building (IBK)

The 4200 square meters building IBK is named after the Arab historiographer and historian, Ibn Khaldūn. It houses various academic departments; Department of Computing, Department of Mathematics and Applied Sciences, Department of Management Studies, Department of Archives and Records Management, meeting rooms for students, Staff lounge, ARM labs and MEC Cafeteria

On-campus female hostel

The female accommodation is within the campus of the college. The apartments in the hostel building cater to single, double, and triple occupancy room types. Each room has an attached washroom. Each room has access control; each apartment has intercom facility. Residents of each apartment have a common dining and sitting area which is furnished with dining table, sofa set, coffee table and TV. Each resident gets an individual bed with mattress and fitted sheet; pillow with cover; quilt; study arrangement with table, chair, table lamp, and book cabinet; and a cupboard to keep personal belongings. Each apartment has a kitchen, with refrigerator, cooking hob, microwave oven, washing machine, and basic utensils.

MEC Plaza

MEC plaza is an open space that encourages interactions between students and staff.