American University of Beirut
The American University of Beirut (AUB) is an institution of higher learning founded to provide excellence in education, to participate in the advancement of knowledge through research, and to serve the peoples of the Middle East and beyond. Chartered in New York State in 1863, the university bases its educational philosophy, standards, and practices on the American liberal arts model of higher education. The university believes deeply in and encourages freedom of thought and expression and seeks to foster tolerance and respect for diversity and dialogue. Graduates will be individuals committed to creative and critical thinking, life-long learning, personal integrity and civic responsibility, and leadership.
Beirut Arab University
BAU is a private institution for higher education. Founded in 1960, the university has since established itself to be one of Lebanon’s leading educational institutions. At BAU, with more than 300 higher education programs offered across a broad range of fields, we provide a rich and rewarding educational environment to some 15,000 students per year in Lebanon and abroad. Our students receive the best instruction leading to a degree from a nationally and internationally recognised and respected university.
Lebanese American University
The Lebanese American University is a multi-campus career-oriented institution which prepares students for responsible living, fully aware of the rich heritage and multiple needs of their respective communities. With two campuses in Beirut and Byblos, the university is at the crossroads of many interacting educational systems.
Notre Dame University
Mission Statement As a Catholic institution inspired by the cultural and spiritual heritage of the Maronite Order of the Holy Virgin Mary, Notre Dame University - Louaize (NDU) seeks to provide comprehensive quality education that fosters excellence in scholarship, lifelong learning, enlightened citizenship, human solidarity, moral integrity, and belief in God. In designing its curricula, NDU is committed to the philosophy and standards of the American model of liberal arts education. Conceiving itself as an authentic academic community, NDU promotes diversity, respect for human dignity and rights, and concern for the common good. Its profound aspiration is to prepare its students to be future leaders who can exercise reason upon knowledge and shape a world of truth, justice, love and freedom.
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Absolute Necessity at the national level, the Lebanese University was founded to meet an urgent need. The public pressure was so strong that officials, at the cost of immense sacrifices, have worked for the establishment of the National University. There was never fully independent without public education, because only able to preserve our cultural heritage, without altering; can also develop and transmit this legacy.
Université Saint-Esprit de Kaslik
Founded by the Lebanese Maronite Order in 1961, Holy Spirit University of Kaslik (USEK) now harbors 7000 students distributed over ten faculties and three institutes, which offer a range of formation at a very high level, in particular associating research with teaching.
Université Saint-Joseph aspires to form students in Lebanon and the Arab countries, regardless of affiliation or social class, by giving them the best possible preparation and furnishing them with all they need to perform their function and profession with complete competence and thus share in the development of their country and the Arab world.
University of Balamand
Welcome to the University of Balamand (UoB). While a new University founded in 1988 at the height of Lebanon 's internal war, UOB is heir to a long tradition of scholarship on the Balamand Hill and in the Antiochian Orthodox and Christian Church. Founded as a private secular institution to serve all people without regard to race, religion, gender, and ethnic consideration, UoB has in a decade and a half become one of the leading universities in the region.