PSU

SDG 4: Quality Education

15.4%

of the total number of graduates with teaching qualifications

40%

of lifelong learning opportunities were available at PSU.

14.6%

of first-generation students starting the first-degree at PSU.

Reference: Academic Year 2019

Achievements

CDMA2020: The 6th International Conference on Data Science and Machine Learning Applications

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Metrics

4.2 - Proportion of graduates with teaching qualification

4.2 - Proportion of graduates with teaching qualification

In order to understand how a university is supporting early years education, this measures the proportion of university graduates who receive a degree that would enable them to teach at primary school level in their country

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Proportion of graduates with relevant qualification for teaching

In order to understand how a university is supporting early years education, this measures the proportion of university graduates who receive a degree that would enable them to teach at primary school level in their country. Since PSU does not have a college of education, the number is focused on college of humanities graduates who were qualified to teach English as foreign languages. The number reflects the graduates who has Teaching English as a Foreign Languages (TEFL).

826

Number of graduates

763

Number of graduates at ISCED 6 (Bachelor Level)

63

Number of graduates at ISCED 7 (Master’s Level)

17

Number of graduates who gained a qualification that entitled them to teach at primary school level

Reference: Academic Year 2019


4.3 - Lifelong learning measures

4.3 - Lifelong learning measures

The PSU community is driven by a shared purpose: to make a better world through education, research, and innovation. We are fun and quirky, inventive and artistic, obsessed with numbers, and welcoming to talented people.

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The PSU community is driven by a shared purpose: to make a better world through education, research, and innovation. We are fun and quirky, inventive and artistic, obsessed with numbers, and welcoming to talented people. PSU Mission states “Prince Sultan University aims to provide the Middle East with a quality education to the highest international standards. In its efforts towards a successful and responsible life-long learning, PSU integrates modern technology, pedagogy and human values for the advancement of scientific research, productivity and leadership towards a more meaningful social life.

4.3.1 Public resources (lifelong learning)

PSU provides Free Access for those not studying at the university.

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4.3.2 Public events (lifelong learning)
4.3.3. Vocational training events (lifelong learning)
4.3.4 Education outreach activities beyond campus
4.3.5 Lifelong learning access policy

4.4 - Proportion of first-generation students

4.4 - Proportion of first-generation students

This focuses on research that is relevant to pedagogy, measuring paper views, the proportion of papers in the top 10 per cent of cited journals and the volume of research produced.

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Proportion of first-generation students

518

Number of students starting a degree

76

Number of first-generation students starting a degree

Reference: Academic Year 2019

Goal in action