Taibah University

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Taibah University
جامعة طيبة
Established 10 July 2003
Type Public
President Adnan Abdullah Almazrooa
Location Madina, Saudi Arabia
Website www.taibahu.edu.sa

Taibah University (Arabic: جامعة طيبة‎) is a university in Medina, Saudi Arabia, established in 2003.[1]


Royal Decree number 22042 was issued to convey the Council of Higher Education's decision to integrate the campuses of Muhammad bin Saud University and King Abdulaziz University into one independent university in Medina.[2]


Taibah University includes 22 colleges:[3]

  • College of Medicine
  • College of Dentistry
  • College of Pharmacy
  • College of Applied Medical Sciences
  • College of Engineering[4]
  • College of Computer Science and Engineering (CCSE)
  • College of Sciences of financial and administrative
  • College of Science
  • College of Education
  • College of Arts And Humanities
  • College of Arts and Sciences Medina
  • College of Applied Science
  • College of Community Services
  • Superior Institute of Imams and Orators
  • Community College - Khaybar
  • Men College of Health Sciences
  • Intermediate College of Health Sciences
  • College of Family Sciences
  • College of Arts and Sciences, Yanbu
  • College of Engineering, Yanbu
  • College of Science and Computer Engineering, Yanbu
  • Intermediate College of Health Sciences – (Yanbu Campus)
  • College of Community, Hinakiyah
  • College Of Science And arts at Al-Ola
  • Girls Health Institute – (Al-Olaa Campus)
  • College of Community, Al-Mahd
  • College of Community, Badr

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Taibah University". Ministry of Higher Education. Retrieved 8 October 2010. 
  2. ^ "Taibah University - University Administration - The Establishment of Taibah University". Taibah University. Retrieved 14 July 2012. 
  3. ^ "Taibah University renews IT proficiency certification agreement with ICDL KSA". Press Release from Orient Planet. Zawya. 14 October 2009. Retrieved 8 October 2010. 
  4. ^ "Colleges :." Taibah University. Retrieved 5 September 2008.

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