Understudies in Riyadh were ecstatic over Saudi colleges positioning high in the rundown of best colleges on the world for 2014-2015 and communicated overpowering bliss that King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals (KFUPM) and King Saud University (KSU) positioned high at 225th and 249th separately, the best ever.
The QS World University Rankings, a yearly college positioning framework distributed by the Quacquarelli Symonds of the United Kingdom, pronounced KFUPM and KSU as the best among the Arab colleges.
Joyful over the bounce in the positioning, Mansour Elhabonym, a lone wolf’s understudy at KSU said, “it is truly extraordinary that our colleges are doing admirably as against other great colleges in the Arab nations, which makes us feel glad for the incredible accomplishment in the instruction division.”
An alternate understudy, Saad Khalid said, “being an understudy myself, it provides for me colossal delight to hear that our colleges are doing great in worldwide positioning and the understudies seeking after higher studies in these college’s are selected with the best college’s on the planet.”
“It is an impression of diligent work done in these college’s by the understudies and the working parts, which were recognized by the QS World University Rankings.”
Perwaiz Alam, an research partner, hailed the great rankings for KSA colleges saying, “It is for sure a huge accomplishment.’
“These colleges are giving a considerable measure of weight to research and advancements to accomplish more noteworthy scholastic perfection,” he included.