The Reality of Married Female Students in the Bachelor’s Degree at the World Islamic Science & Education University W.I.S. E/ Jordan

  •  Entisar Yousef Smadi    


The study aimed to identify the difficulties faced married female students, according to the variables: age, number of children, family income, educational level of the husband at the World Islamic Science & Education University, during the second semester of the academic year 2018/2019, the sample of the study consisted of 64 married students, a scale was built that aims to measure the difficulties faced female students as a result of enrollment the university, the scale consists of twenty paragraphs. After conducting the study and result extraction, it appears that married females are enrolled in university studies based on mature decisions, these students were able to adapt well and this was demonstrated by the medium level of difficulties they suffer, and that the most level of difficulties faced female students has to do with the overlap and the increase in household burdens and university assignments, also, most married female students who suffer from difficulties are in the age group 31-40, with no trace of difficulties based on the family’s income, the number of children, or the husband’s educational level. The study recommended providing psychological and educational counseling services for married students in the age group of 31-40 years and create community awareness about the difficulties faced by married students and provide facilities and support for them and amending university study instructions to help contain the special situation of married students.

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