Some Adjustment Problems Facing Saudi Students in Jordanian Universities

Sultan b. Musa Al-Owaidhah


The aims of this study were: to identify adjustment problems facing Saudi Arabian students enrolled at Jordanian universities during the academic year 2002-2003, and to look at the differences in the adjustment problems in the following areas (academic, economic, emotional, social, and health) according to the following variables: gender, social environment, type of university, level of study, stage of study, source of sponsorship.
In order to achieve the goals of the study, the researcher has developed an instrument to measure the adjustment problems with appropriate factorial validity and internal consistency reliability.
The sample was randomly selected, and consisted of 130 male and female students spread between two variables (gender, university). After statistical analysis and discussion, some recommendations were presented.

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