Universities Yemen

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Hodeidah University  
Al Hudaydah (also written as Hodeidah) (Arabic: ???????) is the fourth largest city in Yemen with a population 400,000 people, and the centre of Al Hudaydah Governorate. The city is also known as Hodeida. Situated on the Red Sea, it is an important port, exporting coffee, cotton, dates, and hides. It was developed as a seaport in the mid-19th century by the Turks. After a disastrous fire in January 1961 destroyed much of the city, it was rebuilt, particularly the port facilities, with Soviet aid. A highway to Sana, the capital, was completed in 1961. Hudaydah was the site of a Soviet naval base in the 1970s and 1980s. The city has a large number of historical places, particularly in Zabid, which is regarded as one of the most important Islamic towns in the world . The city is not large enough but it has more than 100 old mosques. Furthermore, the city used to have an old university which is as old as al-Azhar. The Malay writer Abdullah bin Abdul Kadir visited Al Hudaydah on his pilgrimage to Mecca in 1854, and describes the city in his account of the journey, mentioning that the custom of chewing Khat was prevalent in the city at this time.

Queen Arwa University  
Queen ARWA University was established in January, 1996. It gained recognition by the Ministry of Education and the Council of Higher Education Resolution No.(1). The first license was obtained with the establishment of the Yemeni International Languages Institute in 1989. In 1994, the Institute established the International Yemeni Institute for Development. It was in 1995 that the University laid the foundation for its first college, the College of Technical Sciences.

Saba University  
Saba University School of Medicine began in 1986 as a combined project between the island government of Saba and a group of medical educators from the United States. This medical consortium spent several years examining medical school curricula throughout the United States and Europe before adopting a basic science and clinical curriculum comparable to some of the finest medical schools. Saba University was approved by the Federal Government of the Netherlands Antilles in 1988 and an official charter was granted in 1989. Saba University School of Medicine was established to provide a comprehensive basic science and clinical medicine education leading to completion of a Doctor of Medicine degree. Enrollment is open to all persons regardless of race, nationality, religion, sex, or age, who have achieved exceptional academic results, have a broad variety of extracurricular involvement, have a demonstrated desire to be compassionate caregivers and who wish to devote the extensive time and effort necessary to study and practice medicine. As the cost of medical education increases and training institutions limit the number of applicants, Saba University School of Medicine fulfills a vital need by offering qualified individuals throughout the world a chance to pursue their dream of a medical career.

Sana'a University  
Sana'a University was established in 1971 as the first and the primary university in Yemen. It is located in Sana'a, the capital of Yemen, and is currently organized with 17 faculties. Please now follow the link back to Wikipedia:Articles for creation. When Sana'a university was first established, it included only two faculties; The Faculty of Sharia and Law, and the Faculty of Education, which also included the specialties of Colleges of Arts, Sciences and Education. In 1974, those specialties were developed and formed three new faculties; the Faculty of Arts, the Faculty of Science and the faculty of Education. Also, the Faculty of Sharia and Law celebrated the launch of the Business Department, which became an independent faculty a year later. By that time, the university included five faculties and continued expansion until it included the rest of the other specialties. In 2000, the university included 17 faculties, ten of which were in Sana'a including all type of Academic specialties and the rest were spread in different provinces around the country.

University of Science and Technology Sana'a  
University of Science and Technology(UST) is a private urban research university, established in 1994, offering a breadth of undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs through its 4 Schools with more than 50 fields of study. INTERNATIONAL With one of the largest international student populations of any Middle East university, University of Science and Technology(UST) is the embodiment of the diversity that characterizes Yemen. The University faculty members have notable influence in all academic areas.You will study with highly qualified professors who are dedicated to their roles as educators and who bring their scholarly and professional pursuits into the classroom as original teaching material. UST professors and lecturers are also committed to bringing undergraduate students into the research area. Throughout the university, you will find students working alongside faculty as they pursue new horizons of research and thought.