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American UniversIty Of Beirut
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This College is for all conditions and classes of men, without regard to color, nationality, race or religion. A man, white, black, or yellow; Christian, Jew, Muhammedan or heathen, may enter and enjoy all the advantages of this institution.... and go out believing in one God, in many Gods, or in no God. But it will be impossible for any one to continue with us long without knowing what we believe to be the Truth and our reasons for that belief''.

 Beirut Arab University
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 Beirut University Online
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Beirut University Online ''BUonline'' is the first Distance Learning academic institution in the Middle East. BUonline's mission is to bring quality education to the Arab World.
 Grand Lycee Franco-Libanais
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 Haigazian University
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On October 17, 1955 Haigazian University was established in Beirut, Lebanon by the joint endeavors of the Armenian Missionary Association of America (AMAA) and the Union of the Armenian Evangelical Churches in the Near East (UAECNE).offers B.A., B.B.A., B.S., M.A. and M.B.A. degrees as well as a teacher's Normal Diploma. Its units and courses are patterned after the American system of higher education such that students wishing to pursue M.A. and Ph.D. degrees may be attained include: Business Administration (with emphasis on HOM, MIS, ACC, ADC, FIN, LST), Hospitality Management, Economics, Arabic, Armenian, English (with a literature, language of TEFL emphasis), History, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics, Medical Laboratory Sciences, Education, Political Science, Psychology, and Social Work. All students are assisted in their respective programs by a Faculty Advisor who works to enable them to make the best choices regarding their educational and vocational future. Assistance in the form of financial aid is available as well.
 
Lebanes American University
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Lebanese American University is committed to academic excellence, student-centeredness, the advancement of scholarship, the education of the whole person, and the formation of students as future leaders in a diverse world.
 Notre Dame University
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Notre Dame University - Louaize was established in 1987 by the Maronite Order of the Holy Virgin Mary. Today, the University catalogue lists seven Faculties along with 73 undergraduate degrees and 19 graduate ones, including a new Doctorate in Education (Ed.D.).

 Universit√© Saint-Esprit De Kaslik
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The Holy Spirit University of Kaslik (USEK) is a private Catholic higher education institution founded by the Lebanese Maronite Order (LMO) in 1961. It is, thus, the first university which was established upon a Lebanese initiative and by Lebanese citizens (in this case by the LMO monks). From that moment, these monks, who had been entrusted with a teaching mission for more than three centuries, have undertaken the management of USEK. Their remit was to provide university teaching, in conformity with the requirements of the labor market and in close association with scientific research.
 Universit√© Saint-Joseph
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A private university founded in 1875. The Lebanese state officially recognizes the university and the diplomas it grants in accord with the law organizing higher education in Lebanon
 University of Balamand
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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.

The University consists of nine Faculties and a dozen research centers, and is committed to excellence in education, research, and service to the wider community.

Given its strong belief in human rights, democratic institutions, and Christian Muslim understanding, the University is fully committed to the development and democratization of the region.

Like Lebanon, the University is small in size but large in spirit, and as such has a civilizing mission based on freedom, tolerance, plurality and human dignity and is committed to spreading these values throughout its Middle East region.

To this end the University cooperates extensively with leading universities in North America and in Europe and conducts joint research programs with them.