Driven by a spirit of innovation and the pursuit of excellence, IBN Khaldoun University has, over the years, nearly 150,000 trained and graduated people who, each in their own way, have contributed to the advancement of their community and of the society.
Student enrollment for the 2017-2018 academic year:
- More than 30 248 students
- More than 166 foreign students representing 0.54% of the total student population.
1675 full-time and part-time employees:
- 902 lecturers and other teaching and research staff
- 699 administrative members and support staff
08 Faculties, 02 Annexes and 01 Institute
- More than 20 departments
- Some 115 teaching curricula
Bachelor and Master in 10 different fields
1st cycle students
2nd cycle students
3rd cycle students
The higher education sector of Tiaret had its first launch during the academic year 1980-1981 with the creation of a university center, under the decree n ° 80-163 of 31/05/1980, and the first inscriptions were of 190 students. During the academic year 1984-1985, the university center was substituted by two national institutes of higher education:
• The National Institute of Agronomy: in accordance with Executive Decree No. 84-230 of 18/08/1984, which included the creation of the National Institute of Agronomy of Tiaret.
• The National Institute of Civil Engineering: under the Executive Decree No. 84-231 of 18/08/1984, which provided for the creation of the National Institute of Civil Engineering.
In 1992, and in accordance with the Executive Decree No. 92-298 of 07/07/1992, the university center was reopened and the two institutes were placed under the tutelage of an independent central administration pedagogically, administratively and financially.
After the rise of the higher education sector in the city of Tiaret in 2001 with the publication of the Executive Decree No. 01-271 of 18/09/2001, which decreed the transformation of the university center into a university grouping three faculties (Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Faculty of Engineering Sciences and Faculty of Agronomy and Veterinary Sciences?
In 2010, the Executive Decree 10-37 of 25/01/2010 was published and resulted in the creation of 06 new faculties and an institute:
• Faculty of Science and Technology
• Faculty of Science of Nature and Life
• Faculty of Economics, Business and Management Sciences
• Faculty of Law and Political Sciences
• Faculty of Letters and Languages
• Faculty of Human and Social Sciences
• Institute of Veterinary Sciences
In 2013, the University was restructured in accordance with the Executive Decree No. 13-102 of 14/03/2013, which included the creation of the University of Tiaret, with (08) faculties and 2 institutes
•Faculty of Applied Sciences
•Faculty of Material Sciences
•Faculty of Mathematics and Information Technology -
•Faculty of Natural Sciences and Life
•Faculty of Law and Political Sciences
•Faculty of Economics and Commercial Sciences and Management Sciences -
•Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
•Faculty of Letters and Languages
•Institute of Veterinary Sciences
•Institute of Technology
As a result, the University of Tiaret comprises four vice-presidencies
1. Vice Rectorate in Charge of High Education in the First and Second Cycles, Ongoing Formation and Certificates, and Higher Formation in Gradation
2. Vice Rectorate in Charge of Higher Education in the Third Cycle and University Habilitation, Scientific Research and Higher Formation in Post-gradation
3. Vice Rectorate in Charge of Development, Foresight and Orientation
4. Vice Rectorate in Charge of Animation, Promotion, Scientific Research, External Relations and Cooperation
Ibn Khaldoun, in Arabic ابن خلدون (ibn khldoun), by his full name Abu Zeid Abd ur-Rahman Bin Mohamed Bin Khaldun al-Hadrami (born on May 27th, 1332 in Tunis and died on March 17th , 1406 in Cairo), is a historian philosopher, diplomat and Arab politician.
His way of analyzing the social and political changes, he observed in the Maghreb and Spain of his time, led to consider Ibn Khaldoun as a "precursor of modern sociology". He is also a leading historian to whom we owe the Muqaddima (translated into Prolegomena and which is actually his Introduction to Universal History and Modern Sociology) and The Book of Examples or Book of Considerations on the History of Arabs, Persians and Berbers. In these two works, which are resolutely modern in their method, Ibn Khaldoun insists from the beginning on the importance of sources, their authenticity and their verification by the yardstick of purely rational criteria. Georges Marçais affirms that "Ibn Khaldoun's work is one of the most substantial and interesting works produced by the human mind".
Nevertheless, intellectuals regret that although his name is as famous in the South as in the North of the Mediterranean; his work is mostly read in this second region.