Self-Management at Kirkuk University Students


  • Mohamed Ahmed Abdullah
  • Sabiha Yasir Maktuf



self-management, university students.


This research aims at knowing the self-management of the students of Kirkuk University, and then whether the self-management is influenced by the variables of the specialization (scientifichumanitarian), gender (male-female), as well as by the classroom (second-fourth). In order to achieve the research objectives, the researchers reviewed previous studies and theoretical frameworks associated with the research topic in preparation for its completion. The research community included 22,640 male and female students, and the two researchers selected an equal caste random sample of 744 male and female students. The two researchers used the measure of self-management prepared by them to achieve the research's objectives, which may be finalized from (40) paragraphs. The results showed that the University of Kirkuk students have an average level of self-management, the level of self-management of the University of Kirkuk students was not affected by the gender variable (males - females) and the level of self-management was influenced by the variable of the academic specialization (Scientific-humanitarian) The results have shown that there are statistically
significant differences between specializations and for the benefit of human specialization, while there are no statistically significant differences for the class variable (IIV) in the level of selfmanagement of students of the University of Kirkuk.