List of Saudi Driving Schools for Women

There are many driving schools for ladies and females in Jeddah, Dammam, and Riyadh where women can get admission to get a driving license. 

In case you are an expat woman who is a dependent Iqama holder or you do not have a foreign driving license, you need to apply for a new Saudi driving license through a Saudi driving school.

  1. Princess Noura Driving School

Princess Noura Driving School is being operated by Princess Noura University is the first female driving school in Riyadh to obtain a professional driver training permit for women.

It is established in partnership with the Emirates Driving Institute in Dubai, which has been in the business since 1991. This School is also one of the biggest institutes in Saudi Arabia to train driving instructors.

The fee for training at Princess Noura Driving School is SR 2,520.

Princess Noura Driving School

  1. Saudi Aramco Driving School for ladies

Saudi Aramco has set up a facility to train thousands of employees and their female dependents. The center, in the eastern Saudi city of Dhahran, has the capacity to teach 4,000 women a year.

Women will get 34 hours of lessons, including 10 hours of theory and 24 of practical training in this driving school of Saudi Arabia.

Saudi Aramco Driving School for ladies

  1. Jeddah Advanced Driving School for Ladies

Jeddah Advanced Driving School for females is being managed by King Abdul Aziz University. According to my knowledge, this is the first Saudi driving school for women in Jeddah.

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  1. Effat University Driving School for Women

Ford Motor Company has launched the driving skills for life program in collaboration with Effat University. This is the second female driving school in Jeddah.

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  1. Imam Muhammad ibn Saud Islamic University.
  2. Tabuk University Driving School.
  3. Taif University Driving School.

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Steve has been living in Saudi Arabia since 2013 and writing about Saudi rules, regulations, guides, and procedures since then.