The University aims to develop human resources and prepare generations of distinguished youth to compete at the national, regional and global levels by providing opportunities for education, training and scientific research, characterised by academic excellence, and the ability to interact with current and future labour market needs in the fields of modern science and technology. It does so by working to achieve the following objectives
- Preparing cadres of graduates who are specialized and capable of interacting with modern developments, adapting to serve economic and social development, as well as giving students analytical abilities and decision support skills through an encouraging academic system of continuous self-education.
- Training and qualifying graduates according to the needs of the labour market in the fields of the University’s disciplines, providing innovatively outstanding opportunities for higher education in various fields, and creating opportunities for technology transfer, localisation and support.
- Providing opportunities for postgraduate and scientific research aimed at resolving the problems of industry, production sectors and services to keep pace with scientific developments for the third millennium.
- Conducting studies and applied research aimed at raising the efficiency of performance and improving production rates and necessary activities for technological development, community service and environmental development, through links to society, and the establishment of integrated membership relations with the institutions responsible for production, services sectors, and public and private business, to know their needs and work on providing and developing them.
Student Services supports the educational process at the University and provides effective capabilities and ingredients to work on creating an integrated personality for students and to encourage them to practice their constructive hobbies, granting them the opportunity to engage in social, sporting, cultural and artistic activities, and to create fields of competition between them and their peers at other universities.
The University is keen that research, and academic and applied studies of the teaching staff should be a continuous cognitive component of information, discoveries, research methodologies and advanced scientific concepts in order to achieve mutual correlation and integration between the outputs of the educational process and the latest technological development.