Terms of interest to you

curriculum: It is a curriculum consisting of a group of teaching activities with specific objectives, contents and activities, and it may be linked with other courses in the study plan.

Primary curriculum: It is decided at the level of the program, and the student does not graduate until after completing it successfully.

University general requirementIt is a course that all undergraduate degree students are required to study and pass, regardless of their majors.

Supportive curriculum: It is a course that all undergraduate degree students must study and pass according to their majors.

Elective course: If the internal policies of the faculty where the student is enrolled require him to pass elective units, it is a course that he chooses to take. The student may select any of the courses offered at the university or those with a similar level of instruction at other academic institutions approved by the relevant faculty, provided that the student must successfully complete this course..

Free requirement: It is a course that the student chooses on his own initiative. It is comparable to at least one academic unit, can be taken from inside or outside of university programs, and is not counted toward the student’s total average…

Volunteering requirement: It is the responsibility of the student to engage in volunteer work while attending the university. This is governed by a special regulation that was created by the appropriate authorities and approved by the university council..

Study program: It is a collection of interconnected academic courses with a predetermined order and well-defined goals. The student receives a certificate upon satisfactory completion that entitles him to employment..

Educational level: IIt is a period of time made up of courses with a certain speciality that spans a number of years or semesters..

academic year: Depending on the type of specialization, the length of the study period varies from nine to twelve months..

Semester: There is a maximum study period of sixteen weeks.

The maximum period required for graduation: During this time, which is equal to the initial program duration plus half of it, the student must complete all graduation requirements.

Measuring and evaluating students’ performance: It is a process of assessing and evaluating the performance of pupils, which includes standard exams and various contemporary techniques for doing so.

Distance Learning: It is an educational process in which a student and faculty member cannot directly communicate, as they would normally do..

Blended education: The integration of educational activities through both direct and indirect communication between the student and the faculty member is a feature of this style of education..

E-Learning: IIt is a system of education that is provided to the learner using communication and information technologies, and it depends on an integrated digital electronic environment that displays courses through electronic networks, regardless of whether the professor – or the supervisor – and the student are in separate locations or not..

Stop Enrollment: It is the legal cessation of a student’s academic pursuits in accordance with administrative guidelines and requirements established by the institution’s internal regulations..

English is the university’s official language of instruction for all faculties..

Interactive teaching aids and techniques

The university uses a variety of teaching and learning techniques, such as panel discussions, interactive lectures, scientific seminars, practical and clinical lessons, and field trips, to improve students’ knowledge and critical and analytical skills as well as to equip them with the necessary professional skills. During the academic year 2009–2010, the learning management system “Model” has been a recognized e-learning environment at the institution..

University card:

University ethical charter:

The administration, teachers, staff, and students of the institution all strive to uphold a set of higher ideals and ethical principles..

University admission mechanisms, controls and standards

The Libyan International Medical University adopts and adheres to the following framework when it comes to the methods, checks, and entrance requirements for higher education.:

announcing the entrance standards for each program, taking into account the University Council’s decision regarding the standards for student admission, the capacity of each institution, and the cost of tuition.

Establish committees for conducting personal interviews for each program and taking the appropriate steps.

Announce the times of personal interviews and holding them in the guardian’s presence..

 Inform the student of the interview’s results, and complete the necessary paperwork and data..

General admission requirements for a bachelor’s degree:

The following prerequisites must be met in order to be admitted to faculty associated with the university with the intention of earning a bachelor’s degree:

The student must possess a high school diploma or a diploma that is recognized and approved by the appropriate recognition authority as being equivalent.

For faculty entrance, the student must have received the required grade point average.

The student ought to be able to continue with his major of study.

If the applicant is a non-Libyan, it is required that the residence procedures during the study period be valid in accordance with the applicable rules, laws, and regulations, and this condition is excluded when the university approves distance education in its full form.

That the student pays the tuition fees in accordance with the rules and regulations established

that each program’s capacity is matched by the number of students admitted to study there.

If the student applying for the study satisfies all the prerequisites, he will have a personal interview, the outcome of which will determine whether or not he will be accepted. In accordance with their own policies, faculty may also administer admission tests to prospective students.

submission of an acknowledgment from the student and his guardian saying that they have read the university’s schedule of classes and exams, the list of tuition costs, and the list of the faculty he is a member of and have agreed to abide by the terms stated therein.


Admission requirements for postgraduate programs:

Admission to postgraduate programs is subject to the following requirements in addition to those listed in the internal regulations of the faculty:

1. Committing to follow the postgraduate programs outlined in the universities’ own regulations

2. Reimbursement of authorized tuition expenses

3. The institution’s reintroducers and graduates are given preference for admission, and in every instance the comparison is made based on the applicant’s evaluation at the first university level and the fulfillment of the requirements for each program as outlined in the internal regulations.

4. The applicant must succeed on the admission exam and the individual interview as outlined in the faculty’s internal norms. The approved candidates may also enroll in additional remedial classes if required.

5. It is not permitted for a student to engage concurrently in two postgraduate programs.

6. Be morally upright and in good physical condition.

7. Provide two recommendations from scientists who have previously taught the material.

8. The employer’s consent for him to study if he is an employee.

9. If the student achieves the necessary average in English, they are conditionally accepted.

10. The student’s admission is only good for the academic year in which they achieve the necessary English language average.

11. Upon request to the Postgraduate Studies Committee, the admission may be renewed after it expires for an additional period. The admission will be invalid if the application is not accepted.

12. The internal regulations of the faculty may include some additional conditions as required by the nature and specificity of some academic programs.

a. possess a first-year university degree, or its equivalent, that has been recognized by the body in Libya that is in charge of approving and equating academic credentials.

B. To have received at least a respectable undergraduate grade.

Requirements for admission to the exact license (PhD)

The applicant for the specific degree program (PhD) is required to have a high degree (Master’s degree) approved by the body in charge of equalizing and accrediting academic degrees in Libya, in addition to the aforementioned general requirements..

Admission requirements for professional diplomas

The following is necessary for admission to professional diploma programs:

1. The candidate must possess a first-year university degree or its equivalent, provided that it has been recognized by the body in charge of evaluating academic credentials in Libya.

2- Complying with the standards established by the scientific and facilitation committees involved in the diploma program.

3- Assuming responsibility for adhering to all requirements outlined in the diploma’s educational plan (theoretical or practical), as well as the hours allotted in accordance with the rules and guidelines that have been accepted in this respect.

4 The candidate must be in good health.

5. Pay the program’s tuition fees.

6- Committing to uphold and obey the moral principles, proper conduct, and rules outlined in the 

Admission and registration procedure at the Libyan International University

Submission method

Admission procedures at the Libyan International Medical University begin with student mobilization

” Electronic student enrollment form “

or come in person. “Admission and Registration Office Managed by the General Registrar and filling out a student enrollment form.

First: Admission Procedures:

Login to the university’s website and view the university’s admission requirements on the link for registration and admission.

Announcing the candidates for admission through the university’s website, by showing the availability of seats, admission requirements in faculties, and the university’s capacity.

Passing any test or interview determined by the university.

To announce the students whose admission has been confirmed through the university’s website.

Cases of cancellation of admission:

Admission of students who have been nominated for admission to the Libyan International University is canceled in the following cases:

Violation of university admission requirements.

The student entered incorrect data in the student placement form.

Failure to attend the test or personal interview required by the faculties.

Failure to complete the registration procedures within the announced time period.

The student’s admission is canceled if he was refused admission to the university in previous years.


Second: Registration procedure

Upload the following documents on the admission link:

General secondary certificate or its equivalent.

 ID number.


Personal photo (white background 4 * 6)

Provide the following documents in an integrated paper file to the General Registrar Department’s Office of Admission and Registration.:

General secondary certificate or its equivalent

A copy of the concerned family booklet page/guardian page.

blood type.

health certificate.

(4) colored personal photos with a white background (4 * 6)

A certificate of good conduct from the last school the student attended.

passport copy.

The student’s national number.

Pay the tuition fees according to the tuition fees list announced on the website.

receiving the “Ethical Charter Proof” and signing the registration and admission paperwork, which includes the “Student Undertaking” form that attests to the student’s adherence to the rules, guidelines, and moral principles the university has embraced.”

signing of a contract between the student’s legal guardian and the general registrar’s department ((a student admission contract to study at the Libyan International University)).
The student receives their academic number, university ID, email address, and password for the Moodle learning management system.

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