Dar Al-Hekma obtains full NCAAA accreditation

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Dar Al-Hekma staff worked diligently to be institutionally accredited by the NCAAA, according to Dr. Suhair Al-Qurashi, the university's president.

JEDDAH –

Dar Al-Hekma University, a leading higher-education institution for women, has been awarded the full Institutional accreditation for the second time by the National Center for Academic Accreditation and Assessment (NCAAA) for the period 2017-2024.

The NCAAA accreditation is only granted to academic institutions that uphold NCAAA standards and have achieved an advanced level of best practices within the quality standards of the center.

The new accomplishment cements Dar Al-Hekma’s position as a prestigious academic institution offering advanced and excellent quality of education centered on preparing female students to be future leaders in their society and contribute effectively to the overall development and economic growth of the Kingdom.

“All of Dar Al-Hekma staff have worked diligently to be institutionally accredited by the NCAAA. At Dar Al-Hekma we uphold the highest standards in teaching, learning, research, student support, curricula, learning resources and community service. We work hard to implement innovative and creative initiatives that help students become pioneers in their fields and be great contributors to society,” said Dr. Suhair Al-Qurashi, president of Dar Al-Hekma University.

She pointed out that Dar Al-Hekma programs are aligned with King Salman Human Resources Development Program and Vision 2030, aiming to graduate students with high capabilities and caliber who can contribute positively to the national economy and the overall development being witnessed on all levels all over the Kingdom.

Dar Al-Hekma launched numerous initiatives and undergraduate/postgraduate programs in 2018 such as digital marketing, game design, psychology, software engineering, intelligence systems, computer science and data analytics. These innovative programs aim to prepare aspiring and motivated women for the future job market.


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