University graduates are distinguished in their cognitive ability test among their counterparts from Saudi universities
Graduates of the Saudi Electronic University get second place in the Saudi universities in the cognitive ability test for the year 1440-1441 AH, this came in a statistic provided by the Education and Training Evaluation Authority where students get an average performance of 78.4%, and the cognitive ability test is one of the criteria Required by the Ministry of Civil Service in job differentiation except for health and educational specialties, to test the employee’s proficiency in job tasks regardless of the nature of the job, the test is based on Cattle-Horne-Carroll theory, by measuring four major cognitive abilities: verbal abilities, quantitative abilities, and Deductive capabilities (logical thinking) spatial abilities (visual adjustment). The university's designate professor, Dr. Ibrahim Al-Moaqil, said that the university is keen to provide high-quality educational services in the student's environment which is its primary focus. Therefore, the university has adopted a model of integrated education that is flexible and meets the needs of the labor market and sustainable development, and is based on preparing its students and providing them with the latest science and skills that enable them From entering the business sector with full readiness and a distinguished level, according to the latest international models in cooperation with international and local universities and educational centers. Dr. Al-Moaqil praised the university’s male and female students for their distinguished scientific and practical efforts and their efforts to obtain the latest sciences and knowledge adopted by the university, asking God to give them more excellence and creativity. He also thanked the university employees for their contributions to the e-university’s delivery of international universities and their continuous eagerness to develop educational programs and the technical environment, and their contribution to developing university students and preparing them for the labor market to serve the future directions of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and achieve its 2030 vision.