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University students by nationality (Saudi/ non-Saudi), sex and academic level (2011-2012)

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2011-2012 Currently enrolled 2011′ Graduates 
Sex Saudis Non-Saudis Total Saudis Non-Saudis Total
Intermediate  males 141.520 1.087 142.607 28.058 641 28.699
Diploma females 43.591 821 44.412 10.013 148 10.161
  total 185.111 1.908 187.019 38.071 789 38.860
  males 605.618 31.537 637.155 30.053 1.425 31.478
Bachelor Degree females 657.101 24.317 681.418 58.059 1.025 59.084
  total 1.262.719 55.854 1.318.573 88.112 2.450 90.562
  males 10.372 392 10.764 2.191 89 2.280
Higher Diploma females 7.458 54 7.512 1.848 19 1.867
  total 17.830 446 18.276 4.039 108 4.147
  males 19.998 3.351 23.349 1.564 197 1.761
Master females 18.075 568 18.643 1.194 38 1.232
  total 38.073 3.919 41.992 2.758 235 2.993
  males 582 28 610 66 4 70
Fellowship females 275 14 289 55 3 58
  total 857 42 899 121 7 128
  males 2.693 885 3.578 200 39 239
Doctorate females 1.827 59 1.886 188 2 190
  total 4.520 944 5.464 388 41 429
  males 780.783 37.280 818.063 62.132 2.395 64.527
TOTAL females 728.327 25.833 754.160 71.357 1.235 72.592
  total 1.509.110 63.113 1.572.223 133.489 3.630 137.119

Source: Ministry of Higher Education

 

ANNEXED NOTE

 

The table refers to all the students at a given level, i.e. the “new entrants” (mustajiddoûn) and the “previously enrolled” (muqayydoûn)

 

Institution which provides data

 

Saudi Ministry of Higher Education.

 

Data availability

 

MoHE yearly compilation of statistical data tables back to 1980, are available on the website of the Ministry of Higher Education (Arabic website), in Excel and in html format.

http://www.mohe.gov.sa/ar/Ministry/Deputy-Ministry-for-Planning-and-Information-affairs/HESC/Ehsaat/Pages/default.aspx

Date of access: June 5th, 2013.

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