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A Study on Best Quality Practices at King Faisal University (KFU), Alhassa, Saudi Arabia
( Vol-3,Issue-11,November 2017 )


Dr. Atiya Parveen


Higher Education Institutions (HEIs),King Faisal University (KFU), Deanship of Development & Quality Assurance (DDQA), Quality Assurance, Quality Enhancement (QE),Total Quality Management (TQM).


This paper aims to examine the quality best practices in King Faisal University (KFU). The quality best practices issue has taken a huge consideration among different Saudi Arabian sectors. These sectors include education, manufacturing, government, private, healthcare, IT, service and non-profit organizations. This research concentrates and discusses the quality management in Saudi Arabian higher education system.The study is a specific reference to one of the well-known public university in Saudi Arabia i.e. KFU. The importance of conducting this research is to examine the quality best practices in KFU in terms of many aspects. These aspects include university in general, colleges, curriculum, employees, faculty members and students. Although some colleges attain academic accreditations, there is a lack of knowledge in terms of main quality best practices. The substantial expectation of this research is to eliminate the quality drawbacks in KFU. Another emphasis is to provide a number of recommendations to enhance the quality best practices in KFU.

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