Computer science College in KSA

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Al Qassim University

Al Qassim University

Al-Qassim University is the first university in the Arab countries, and it is considered one of the best universities in Saudi Arabia.
Arab Open University

Arab Open University

The Arab Open University in Saudi Arabia has three colleges: College of Business Administration, College of Languages, and College of Information Technology and Computer Science.
Dar Al-Hekma University

Dar Al-Hekma University

Enrollment Month: August
Dar Al-Hekma University is a private, non-profit institution of higher education for women in Jeddah.
Fahad Bin Sultan University

Fahad Bin Sultan University

Enrollment Month: August
Fahd bin Sultan University (FBSU) is one of the private universities and the first private university using English as a medium of instruction in Saudi Arabia.
Jazan University

Jazan University

Jazan University is a public research university based in Jazan, Saudi Arabia. Founded in 2006.
Jouf University

Jouf University

Jouf University is located in Skaka city, Al-Jouf, Saudi Arabia. The university has many scientific and administrative colleges and various university facilities.
King Abdullah University of Science and Technology

King Abdullah University of Science and Technology

Enrollment Month: August
Founded in 2009, KAUST is a non-profit private higher education institution located in Thuwal, Makkah.
King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals

King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals

This University is a non-profit governmental university established in 1963, and it is located in Dhahran, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
King Khalid University

King Khalid University

King Khalid University is one of the prestigious universities in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. It is a governmental university established in 1998.
Mustaqbal University

Mustaqbal University

Enrollment Month: August
Mustaqbal University includes College of Engineering and Computer Science, College of Administrative and Human Sciences, College of Dentistry, and Center of University Studies for Female Students.
Najran University

Najran University

Najran University is a non-profit public educational university and it is founded in 2006.
Prince Mohammad Bin Fahd University

Prince Mohammad Bin Fahd University

Enrollment Month: August
Prince Mohammad bin Fahd University (PMU), is a private university in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia. It was founded by Prince Muhammad bin Fahd, former governor of the Eastern Province.
Prince Sultan University

Prince Sultan University

Enrollment Month: August
Located in Riyadh, Prince Sultan University (PSU) is the first private university founded in Saudi Arabia.
Princess Nourah Bint Abdulrahman University

Princess Nourah Bint Abdulrahman University

Princess Nourah Bint Abdulrahman University is one of the outcomes of the attention given to the higher education of women. This attention started early, when the General Presidency for the Education of Girls established the first college for women in 1970. On Wednesday, 29/10/2008, the university was honored with the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques placing the cornerstone for the university campus. His Majesty at that time saw it best to change the name to Princess Nourah bint Abdulrahman University (PNU); Princess Nourah being the sister of the founder of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the late King Abdul Aziz bin Abdulrahman.
Taif University

Taif University

Taif university is a Saudi public university that provides advanced and accredited university education; To prepare specialized competencies, integrated, qualifying, locally, that contribute to the production and transfer of knowledge into an engine for development, that meets the needs of the labor market.
Umm Al-Qura University

Umm Al-Qura University

Enrollment Month: August
Umm Al-Qura University is a large public Islamic university located in the city of Mecca. The university was established as the College of Islamic Law (Shariia) in 1949. Then it was renamed as "Umm Al-Qura" by royal decree in 1981, and joined by new colleges.