King Faisal University

College of Applied

Praise be to God, Lord of the Worlds, and prayers and peace be upon our Prophet Muhammad and upon his family and all his companions. As for what follows: Royal approval was issued beginning with the establishment of the College of Applied Studies and Community Service at King Faisal University on 2/26/1422 AH to fulfill the scientific and professional needs of members of society, then pursuant to Resolution No. ( 9/4/1442) and on 9/14/41442 it was approved to transform community colleges, colleges of applied studies, and colleges of community service in universities to become “applied” colleges, and accordingly the name of the college was changed to the applied college, with its main headquarters in the university city, and it has two branches, one of which is in the governorate. Al-Ahsa and the other in Abqaiq Governorate.
In light of what was drawn up by the Kingdom’s Vision 2030 of a road map for economic and development work so that the Kingdom becomes a pioneering model at all levels,
In an effort to reach a prosperous future and sustainable development, and the objectives contained in the vision enhance the Kingdom’s strategic direction towards developing human resources, by providing qualitative knowledge in priority areas, improving the readiness of young people to engage in the labor market, expanding applied and vocational training to meet the needs of the labor market, and improving Outputs of the education and training system in all its stages, from early education to lifelong continuing education and training; To reach global levels
Through education, rehabilitation and training programs, the needs of accelerated and renewed development keep pace with the latest developments and requirements of the times, and are compatible with the needs of accelerated and renewed development.
From these standpoints, the Applied College at King Faisal University seeks to achieve its goals by focusing on the student, and focusing on linking to the goals of development and the private sector, including directing students to the labor market more quickly, and expanding the target groups, who are: high school graduates, job seekers, and others. They are on the job), and in addition, the college has adopted the concept of shifting from theoretical education to applied education. Given that the labor market is one of the most important beneficiaries of the college’s outputs, the college allows the private sector to participate in drawing up the college’s plans and programs, and to cooperate in training, qualification, and then employment.
The work at the Applied College is based on innovative methodologies, strategies, and means to recognize challenges, seize opportunities, and benefit from the strengths represented in the resources, capabilities, and infrastructure at King Faisal University. The college has also adopted effective tools for planning, activating private sector participation, implementation, and evaluating performance based on results and impact. And setting interim targets for programs and specializations according to current and future needs.
The college seeks to activate and enhance the role of diploma degrees and make them an effective element with high outputs compatible with the needs of the labor market by focusing on specializations that add to the nation’s economy, and that achieve aspirations in line with Vision 2030, as investing in the human element is considered one of the successful investments, and one of the tributaries of the economy. Knowledge-based.
God grants success.
CEO's speech
.Dr. Musab bin Saud Al-Halabi


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