Although historically, Saudi Arabia lacks in major evidences of educational development being in deficiency of Universities, since the recent decade the nation has evolved as one of the major educational hubs for both national and international students. In the current day context, there are several universities and colleges established which attracts domestic as well as international students. The historical need of educational development in Saudi Arabia is therefore evident from the first university of the nation, i.e. King Saud University, which was established in 1957 (King Saud University, 2015). This suggests that prior to 1957 there was almost no opportunity for higher education within the nation. Nevertheless, in the current day scenario, there are several private and public universities and colleges established in the nation. Moreover, the fact that these universities and colleges are associated with delivering several research papers should be emphasized, as it holds high level of prominence in enhancing its popularity.
It is important to note that in the initial phase of educational development in Saudi Arabia, public or government universities and colleges were mostly established (Ministry of Education, 2015). These universities have been considered as highly effective in providing quality education to its students. This quality education in public universities and colleges in Saudi Arabia has attracted considerable number of students comprising both international and domestic pupils. ...Show more