Al-Imam Mohamed Ibn Saud Islamic University is a public university in Baladiyah al-Shemal in northern Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. It was established in 1973 as the College of Sharia Sciences and then developed into a university the following year.
The university is made up of 14 colleges, three higher institutes, 70 scientific institutes in Saudi Arabia and five institutes in Indonesia and Djibouti.
Al-Imam Mohamed Ibn Saud Islamic University is made up of 14 colleges including engineering, medicine, computer and information sciences, sciences, economics and administrative sciences, social sciences, Arabic language, media and communication, languages and translation, fundamentals of religion, education and community services, Shari’ah and Islamic studies and finally the education. The higher institutes include the higher institute of judicial, Dawah and Ihtisaab and Arabic teaching.
The university offers science, health and humanities students a monthly stipend towards living costs, discounted books, on campus accommodation, university catering and free medical treatment. They also offer all students funded return tickets to their home county.
Al-Imam Mohamed Ibn Saud Islamic University includes an integrated city for the education of female students and teaches Arabic to non-native speaking international students.