Imam Muhammad Ibn Saud Islamic University Riyadh
Al-Imam Mohammad Ibn Saud Islamic University is a global model of learning, and research excellence and community service based on the genuine Islamic teachings and values. It was founded in 1953 represented in the College of Sharia and it was developed to become university in 1974 and the establishment of the current university has done in the January 5, 1982. Since the university was established, it has been enlarging continually. It comprises 11 colleges, five of which are in Riyadh and six are out of Riyadh in regions of Al-Qassim, Al Hasa, and Medina, in addition to the southern region. Also, it comprises two institutes in Riyadh: one for Jurisdiction and one for teaching Arabic language for non-Arabic native speakers. It comprises six institutes abroad for teaching Islamic, Arab knowledge in Ras Al-Khaima, UAE, Mauritania, Djibouti, Indonesia, USA, and Japan. The university includes this faculties: Arabic Language College, Social Science College, Supreme Institute for Dawah and Ihtisab, Media and Communications College, Economics and Administrative Science College, Science College, Medicine College, Computer and Information College, Engineering College, Language and Translation College, Sharia College and Fundamentals of Religion College. The university aims to Create a distinguished hallmark of Al-Imam University on the basis of its strengths and contributions to the Saudi society and the world. One of the most important aims is to promote translating and publishing as the university has its own print house. Moreover, the university achieves its goals within the Islamic Shari'a.