Coordinates: 35°40′36″N 10°06′19″E / 35.676730°N 10.105335°E / 35.676730; 10.105335

University of Kairouan
TypePublic
Established2 September 2004
ChancellorPr Ahmed Omran[1]
Vice-ChancellorHatem Najar
Students13862[2]
Location,
Tunisia
Websitewww.univ-k.rnu.tn/ar

The University of Kairouan is a public research university located in Kairouan, Tunisia, and it was founded 2 September 2004.[3]

History

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Buildings, collections and facilities

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Organization

The university of Kairouan is formed by nine higher institutes:[4]

Faculty of Arts and Humanities of Kairouan

The faculty is a public research faculty located in Kairouan, Tunisia. It was founded on 31 December 1984.[5] The core of the faculty is formed by five academic departments; Arabic, English, French, Philosophy and Archaeology Department.[6]

Higher Institute of Arts and Crafts of Kairouan

It was founded on July 9, 2002.

Higher Institute of Computer Science and Management of Kairouan

It was founded on July 9, 2002.

Higher Institute of Juridical and political Studies of Kairouan

It was founded on July 14, 2005.

Higher Institute of Applied Sciences and Technology of Kairouan

It was founded on June 6, 2006.

Higher Institute of Arts and Crafts of Kasserine

It was founded on July 14, 2005.

Higher Institute of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science of Kairouan

It was founded on June 6, 2006.

Higher Institute of Applied Studies in Human Sciences of Sbeitla

It is a public institute located in Sbeitla. It was founded in 2007.[7] In the academic year 2009–2010, the number of students of the institute reached 1200 students divided in two fields; literature and human sciences.[8]

Higher Institute of Arts and Crafts of Sidi Bouzid

It was founded on 8 September 2008, and it is located in Sidi Bouzid.

Notable alumni and academics

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References