Deanship of Admissions and Registration

King Khalid University, Media Center

Today, more than 60,000 students from King Khalid University are taking part in the mid-year academic exams for 1439 AH in more than 29 educational complexes, and from various degrees (bachelor, higher diploma, and master).

The Dean of Admissions and Registration at the University, Dr. Abdulmohsin Al-Qarni, affirmed the University is keen to provide comfort for its students by extending the period of final exams and separating all stages of exams. Last week, students performed practical exams. This week and the next, written exams will start. Students will be tested in over 1500 courses throughout the University.

Al-Qarni stressed that the University, represented by the Deanship of Admissions Registration, engaged in collaborative negotiation with all colleges before administrative closure when creating the final exam schedule. Also, a majority of the students were provided a complete day for one exam coupled with intervals days in an effort to provide the best available scheduling opportunities to our students. He emphasized that all preparations were automated utilizing the hard logic scheduling project management technique in order to achieve the highest levels of accuracy and to avoid scheduling conflicts while reducing the need to arrange alternative exams at the end of the semester. Dr. Al-Qarni further mentioned that the Deanship of Admissions and Registration preemptively broadcasted the schedules of the final exams with all relevant details on the Academia Portal. Details prominently included time and locations of exams. The purpose was to give students enough time to prepare for their exams.

He concluded by saying, "The Deanship of Admissions and Registration wishes success to all students of the University. The Deanship also asks all students to carry their university card or national ID card for verification purposes."

King Khalid University, Media Center

Under the patronage of His Excellency, the Rector of King Khalid University, Prof. Dr. Faleh Bin Rajaa Allah Al-Solamy, the Annual Admissions Exhibition for prospective students was held under the supervision of the Deanship of Admissions and Registration and participation from all colleges. The purpose of the event was to introduce secondary school students to registration procedures and university specializations. Dignified personalities attended the event including the Assistant Director-General of Education in the Aseer Region, Mr. Saad Al-Juni.

At the beginning of the ceremony, the Rector inaugurated the exhibition and the new electronic services provided by the Deanship of Admissions and Registration. Al-Solamy explained that the University strives to ensure all information presented to prospective students is accurate and valuable helping them to make informed decisions. He emphasized the fundamental importance of working together with administrative employees and teachers of secondary education institutions in an effort to streamline a precise and efficient platform to convey vital information to prospective students.

The University Rector commented on the visual presentations required by each college. He related that admissions booths should provide prospective students with the necessary conditions and skills needed by each specialization in a practical, compelling, and simple way, whether through training or electronic solutions. In return, the admissions process would be streamlined because students would be presented with all of the procedural knowledge and information on the prospective specialization.

On the occasion, the Dean of Admissions and Registration, Dr. Abdulmohsen Al-Qarni, explained that the Annual Admissions Exhibition stems from the vision of the University on its role in introducing secondary students to the procedures and conditions of admissions and registration in King Khalid University. He stressed the University's keenness to establish this exhibition for secondary students to let them know about the available specializations in the University and the requirements of each specialization. The event also aimed to allow students identify the future work fields for each specialty, with some essential alerts that will guide them in their university life and registration.

For his part, Assistant Director-General of Education in the Aseer region, Mr. Saad Al-Jouni, said that the active partnership between the Administration of Education in the Aseer region and the University was formed to explore opportunities and further deepen cooperation in the design and implementation of education, in order to prepare our children and significantly enhance their development in pursuit of academic excellence.

It is noteworthy that the Annual Admissions Exhibition aims to build bridges of communication with prospective students before joining the University. The specializations of colleges that qualify high school students to work after graduation were presented in a way that is commensurate with student preferences and desires, in addition to the ability to innovate and excel in them.

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