About the Department

The unit was established in 1983 and was transferred to the Office of Administrative and Financial Control on 10/5/1992. According to Article (37) of the Financial Regulations No. (34) of 1987, the University Council approved the instructions of the Office of Administrative and Financial Control No. (5) of 1992, which defined the powers of this office and the exercise of its work. In 2005, the University Council decided to change the name of this office to the Department of Administrative and Financial Control.

 The Department shall supervise the University's revenues, expenses, assets and administrative decisions as follows:

  • The financial controls:  are designed to ensure the soundness of the financial decisions, to test the accuracy of the operations and their data, and to examine the procedures and technical means used to show the adequacy of the precautions taken to protect the University's assets and properties, and to ensure that the disbursements including tenders and supplies are in accordance with the allocations allocated to them in the budget, And the extent of conformity of decisions and financial procedures to the laws, regulations and instructions in force at the University to ensure the disposal of university funds and the integrity of their restrictions and accounts.
  • Administrative Control: It aims to ensure that the administrative decisions of different levels and types are issued and implemented in a sound manner in accordance with the provisions of the laws, regulations and instructions in force at the university and contribute to the submission of proposals to make appropriate amendments to the regulations in force at the university from time to time.
  • Preventive and concurrent control: It aims at correcting the errors mentioned in the resolutions before they are approved and signed, if any, in coordination with the concerned authorities.

    The department carries out its duties and duties and performs its oversight work. It submits the required reports and studies confidentially after completing them directly to the senior management of the university, including recommendations and appropriate solutions to the relevant subjects, and any new organizational matters that improve and develop methods and methods of work and raise the level of performance. Work and effectiveness in various units of the university, in addition to submitting monthly reports and annual report.

The department also carries out its work through its specialized staff based on the previous audit and subsequent auditing in the internal control according to the following:

  • The annual audit plan approved by the university president and the detailed programs that determine the percentage of auditing in each field which the department prepares at the beginning of each year.
  • Audit any area beyond the scope of the audit plan (annual plan) at the request of the university administration.
  •  Directing the inquiries that you deem necessary to any official or entity at the university.

The department seeks to reach the stage of comprehensiveness in the internal audit to include technical, professional and engineering supervision.
The department looks forward to completing its cadre of specialized auditors and moving its existing offices to a more convenient location than the current one because it does not meet the needs of the current and future departments.



The department should be distinguished in its field of control work, which is based on internal control and transparency, in a manner that contributes effectively to achieving the strategic objectives of the university.



Provide the senior management of the university with reports containing the findings and recommendations that will improve and develop methods of work and outputs to raise the level of performance and correct any errors found.



  • To ensure that the financial and administrative decisions are sound and consistent with the laws, regulations, instructions and foundations adopted at the University, with a view to preserving the University's funds and property.
  • Contribute to increase the efficiency of work and efficiency at the university.
  • Evaluation and accountability by the senior management (the owner of the authority) for the benefit of the university.
  • Supporting the senior management of the university in the decision making process.