Welcome to Academic Affairs!

Welcome to Academic Affairs!

We are excited to serve as a resource for students, alumni and faculty at KAUST. We invite you to explore the services and opportunities we provide through this website.

Please click here to read a welcome message from Professor James Calvin, Vice President of Academic Affairs.


Explore Our Opportunities and Services

  • Admissions

    • Operating under the umbrella of Graduate Affairs, the Office of Admissions reviews student applications to KAUST and provides information on admission requirements and student life.

      Visit the Admissions website

  • Alumni Affairs

    • Alumni Affairs keeps KAUST alumni connected through alumni events and online networking resources. We recognize the achievements of our alumni and showcase the best traditions of KAUST through a variety of annual events.

      Visit the Alumni Affairs website

  • Development and Services

    • Operating under the umbrella of Graduate Affairs, the Development and Services Office oversees a diverse range of activities and provides resources and information for graduate students at KAUST. Activities and resources include:

      • Assistance with housing and residential life
      • Social, recreational and travel opportunities
      • Services including academic English assistance and counseling and wellness programs
      • Professional development and career counseling
      • KAUST's Graduate Student Council

       

      Visit the Development and Services website

  • Enrichment Programs

    • Each year, KAUST runs exciting enrichment programs in the fall, winter and spring. These one and two-week programs are open to all students, faculty and community members and feature a wide variety of engaging events.

      Visit the Enrichment Programs website

  • Faculty Affairs

    • Faculty Affairs manages a variety of administrative functions related to KAUST faculty, including recruitment, appointments, annual performance review, third year review, promotions, policy development and communication, leaves, visiting faculty and scholars and faculty recordkeeping.

      Visit the Faculty Affairs website

  • Internships

    • KAUST's Visiting Student Research Program (VSRP) provides an opportunity for undergraduate and master's degree students to conduct research with KAUST faculty mentors in select research projects. The length of the program varies from three to six months. VSRP students receive academic credit upon successful completion of their projects and are fully funded during the program.

      Visit KAUST's Internship page

  • Library

    • The University Library provides faculty, students and staff access to different types of scientific information, including print and digital journals and books and software, media and data. Library staff also provides research assistance and repository services to store publications and data.

      Visit the Library website

  • Registrar

    • The Office of the Registrar manages student registration and the creation and maintenance of student records. The office also manages semester scheduling and classroom space, processes grades, provides certified documents, issues transcripts and produces degree diplomas.

      Visit the Office of the Registrar's website