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قصور أل مقبل • Cultural Studies
Riyadh • Languages, Philology, Linguistic Studies
The university offers diplomas, bachelor and postgraduate degrees. It has over 60,000 students in 15 colleges, a preparatory year program for all first year undergraduate students, an Arabic Language Institute (for non-speakers of Arabic), a Deanship of Community Service and Continuous Education and a Community College.
Riyadh • Film, Radio, Television
The student body of KSU today consists of about 51,168 students of both sexes. The female students have their own disciplinary panel, and there is a center supervising the progress of female students, either personally by female faculty members or by male faculty members via a closed television network. The university offers courses in the natural sciences, the humanities, and professional studies, for which it charges no tuition. The medium of instruction in undergraduate programs is English except for Arabic and Islamic subjects.
Mecca • Law • Mining, Mineral Processing • Business • Economics • Management • Architecture • Languages, Philology, Linguistic Studies • Medicine, General, Internal
UQU started primarily as an Islamic university offering degrees in Islamic Law and Arabic language studies. It now offers many more courses in such diverse subjects as Technology Management, Business Management, Islamic Economics, Marketing, Engineering, Technology, Medicine, Education, Architecture, as well various Applied, Social and Engineering Sciences. Indeed, UQU is regarded to be among the top four universities in Saudi Arabia, along with King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, King Abdulaziz University, King Saud University, etc. In 2015, the UQU annual budget hovered around SR 3 billion (1 US$ = SR 3.75).
Buraydah • Computer Science, Robotics • Economics • Veterinary Sciences • Cultural Studies • Languages, Philology, Linguistic Studies • Dentistry, Oral Surgery • Medicine, General, Internal • Pharmacology, Pharmacy
Colleges at Qassim University include Sharia College; the College of Arabic Language and Social Sciences; the College of Agricultural and Veterinary Sciences; a College of Economics; a College of Science; a College of Medicine; a College of Engineering; a College of Computer Science; a College of Applied Medical Sciences; a College of Dentistry and a College of Pharmacy.
There is also a Science College in Al-Zilfi, community colleges and women's colleges.
Jazan • Business
JazanU offers a broad range of academic departments, an extensive research enterprise and a number of community outreach and public service programs. It is particularly well known for its medical school, dental school, school of business, its social sciences and humanities programs, as well as its biomedical teaching and research capabilities.
Riyadh • Electrical, Electronic
The student body of AIHSC today consists of about 7,000 students of both sexes. The colleges entails eight campuses spread around Saudi Arabia. with 770 faculty members
Dar Al Uloom University offers a wide range of programs for Saudi and international students. All programs offer academic training and are accredited by the Saudi Ministry of higher Education.
DAU programs have been designed in collaboration with King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals (KFUPM) employing the international standards in compliance with the Saudi Ministry of Higher Education and the National Commission for Academic Accreditation and Assessment (NCAAA), as well as the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) and the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).
Dar al Uloom University (DAU), located in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia is a private university. Initially, it was founded as Dar al Uloom Private College in 2008 and received university status in 2009.
The university was founded by a consortium of King Faisal Foundation, Harvard, MIT, Cambridge, ISU, King Faisal Specialist Hospital, KACST, MODON, Thales, Saudi Aramco and Boeing.
The main goal of the college is to prepare young Saudi men as vocational trainers and contribute to Saudi Arabia’s program of “Saudization”. As of November 2013, TTC is the only teachers training institution for vocational trainers in Saudi Arabia.
Education, Educational Research • Law
Riyadh • Dentistry, Oral Surgery • Pharmacology, Pharmacy
Dammam • Medicine, General, Internal
The main campus is in the coastal area of Al-Rakah (situated between Dammam and Khobar). Several colleges are scattered around the eastern province (College of Medicine is in the main campus.)
Economics • Ecology, Evolution, Environment
Yanbu • Human Resources, Social Work
Yanbu Industrial College is located at the center of Yanbu Industrial City, about 350 km north of Jeddah on the Red Sea side.
Yanbu • Computer Science, Robotics • Management • Languages, Philology, Linguistic Studies
Jeddah • Business
Medicine, General, Internal • Pharmacology, Pharmacy • Surgery
Thuwal • Electrical, Electronic • Mathematics, Statistics, Finance • Physics • Ecology, Evolution, Environment • Languages, Philology, Linguistic Studies
KAUST was founded in 2009 and focuses exclusively on graduate education and research, using English as the official language of instruction. It offers programs in Biological and Environmental Science and Engineering; Computer, Electrical, and Mathematical Science and Engineering; and Physical Science and Engineering. It was announced in 2013 that KAUST had one of the fastest growing research and citation records in the world.
College is located in eastern Riyadh,the capital of Saudi Arabia
The faculty of educate and train students about the hardships of life and security to protect the security and stability of the country
Bachelor degree (graduate students from scientific disciplines such as medicine graduating from the College of King Fahd of security in a single year or graduate students from around the literary graduate in two years)
Dhahran • Mining, Mineral Processing
King Khalid University is a rapidly growing institution of higher education in Saudi Arabia. With around 70,000 students, it is one of the biggest centers of learning in the Middle East region with a reputation as a major provider of both further and higher education. The eLearning Center (eLC) at KKU was established in 2005 as part of the university’s continuous efforts to provide the latest scientific methodologies to improve the educational process.
Riyadh • Medicine, General, Internal
Jeddah • Business
Yanbu • Computer Science, Robotics
CCSEY concentrated on applying Knowledge Society concepts, first through its Strategic Plan, and then by adopting the Cisco Networking Academy curriculum (In the academic year 2014-2015), in order to expand employment options for its graduates and help advance their careers.
Dammam • Dentistry, Oral Surgery
The College of Dentistry was founded in 2001-2002 AD under the patronage of King Faisal University, Dammam. It is the first dental college in the Eastern Province and the third dental educational institute in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Dhahran • Mechanical Engineering • Business • Management
The University (accredited by the Saudi Ministry of Education but not by any international accreditation body) was inaugurated in April 2006 and was formally opened in 8 October 2008 with bachelor's degrees in 17 academic programs with some courses taught in Arabic (many are being taught in English currently). It is composed of three colleges: College of Engineering - Civil and Mechanical for males, and Interior Design for females), College of Business (both genders- but in segregated programs with most of the faculty on the male side) and College of Information Technology (both genders). Additionally, it offers an Executive EMBA program in conjunction with Maastricht School of Management, (Netherlands) As of this date, the affiliation with Maastricht has been terminated by Maastricht.
All university buildings were planned for completion in 2008, and the school planned to have a total enrollment of 5,500 by 2012. The university plant was not complete as of the summer of 2009. All administration buildings are on the men's campus and are generally off-limits to the women- faculty, staff and students. There is a small library. The men's side of the library (it is also segregated) is twice the size of the women's.
The design is putatively based on the American model for academic programs and administrative organization, and was developed in conjunction with the non-profit Texas International Education Consortium which organizes experts from the 32 public universities in Texas.
Dhahran • Cultural Studies • Business
The male campus houses academic facilities for male instruction in the College of Engineering, the College of Business Administration, and the College of Information Technology. It also houses facilities for male instruction in the Preparation Year Program and PMU Core Curriculum.
The university administration building is located on the male portion of the campus.
The female campus houses academic facilities for female instruction in the College of Business Administration, the College of Information Technology, and the Department of Interior Design. It also houses facilities for female instruction in the Preparation Year Program and PMU Core Curriculum.
At the campus center, male and female students have access through separate entrances to food service at the university cafeteria. They also have access through separate entrances to the information available at the PMU Learning Resources Center (LRC). Inside the LRC building, each gender has its own lobby, stacks, circulation/reference desk, and study areas. The LRC provides a central space for reading, reflection, study, and group and individual learning activities. When the university is at full operation, the LRC will accommodate a book collection of approximately 75,000 volumes.
The LRC also provides learning enrichment services in mathematics, reading, writing, and study skills to ensure students’ success of the PMU’s learning-centered approach to education. The main academic campus also contains athletic facilities. At a future date, student housing will be constructed on a nearby parcel of land.
Buraydah • Agriculture, Fisheries, Food • Ecology, Evolution, Environment • Cultural Studies