Lebanese University

The Lebanese University is the only public institution for higher learning in Lebanon, and was founded in 1951. The university today has 16 faculties and serves all cultural, religious and social groups of students and teachers. (Wikipedia)

The Faculty of Letters and Human Sciences (FLHS) was among the first faculties to be established by the Lebanese University, in 1959. It currently has around 17,630 students enrolled and 5 branches in four provinces and the capital Beirut, covering all Lebanese territories. The Faculty focuses on scientific research and literary and artistic creativity, to contribute in the development of the Lebanese society, promote its cultural openness and expand the prospects of cultural cooperation with other countries. It grants the Bachelor and Diploma degrees, in addition to Professional and Research Master Degrees in Arts and Archaeology, among other majors. (Lebanese University)

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