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Last Updated on Sunday, 01 February 2015 11:52

girls’ branch – separate education for girls


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In Islam, the basic principle of the interaction between men and women is segregation. This means that in all areas of life and in all places whether private or public, contact between men and women is generally prohibited. Yemen maintains a strict view of muharram and aurat. Reflecting its sensitivity to this ahkam (rule), the USTY provides segregated education for male and female students. In Sana’a USTY has a branch called Girls’ Branch. It used to be that on certain days the Medical faculty in the main branch for example, are reserved for female students only. But this is no longer necessary. The Girls’ Branch is being developed into a campus branch with complete facilities for all faculties dedicated only for females.

For muslims who care for the ahkam on muharram and aurat, USTY provides the solution. This certainly means a heavy commitment to capital expenditure on resources as everything needs to be duplicated, but USTY does this as it believes on the need to be shariah-compliant. No other institution in Yemen can make similar claim.

 

Vision

Regional leadership and international excellence in the separate undergraduate education

 

Mission

To prepare highly competent workforces in a stimulating separate learning environment by providing excellent educational services and activities and sophisticated programs that respond to the needs of students and labor market. It also aims to effectively contribute to the community services through competent and capable admin and academic staff  with a strategy of excellence in performance and continuous improvement and teamwork.

 

Objectives:

  • Provide students with the knowledge and skills in various academic disciplines.
  • Link learning outcomes with the development requirements and labor market.
  • Contribute to the support of knowledge, practical and scientific research area in various fields


Degree Programs

The girls' branch at USTY offers all the same degree programs mentioned in each faculty and academic department and the same learning and research facilities for the female students.  In addition, the Girls’ branch also offer the following courses:

Kindergarten (4 years)                                                                    Bachelor

Dietician (4 years)                                                                              Bachelor

Psychology and psychological counseling (4 years)    Bachelor