“LIMU” is an Exceptional University with a Bright Future and Shares our Ambitions that we Aspired to, According to the Arab Board of Medical Specializations.

Members of the Arab council for health specialties, who are in Benghazi to conduct a pediatrics specialization exam for the first time in the city of Benghazi, paid the Libyan International Medical University a kind visit over the past Saturday and Sunday. The president of the university and a few of its executives welcomed the esteemed delegation. The university’s president, Prof. Mohamed Saad, extended a warm welcome to the distinguished guests and briefed them on the university’s history, developments, instructional strategies, and scientific initiatives that set it apart from similar institutions and place it among the top research universities.

Referring to its high-caliber outputs, the graduating classes that shown their capacity for exemplary professional performance, scientific achievement, and technological application, as well as their capacity for job competition and exam success at the world’s top institutions.

Following that, Dr. Muhammad Al-Hadi Al-Swehli, a founding member of the Libyan council of specializations and vice president of the executive office of the Arab council for health specializations, spoke about the early stages of its establishment. He is a member of the supreme commission, and expressed his joy at visiting Benghazi and said that what he witnessed there strengthens hope for this country’s recovery and its success in overcoming all obstacles. He acknowledged that he was pleased to finally see the university president after a long absence. He made it quite obvious that he is keeping up with this university’s development at each stage.

The director of evaluation and measurement for the council, Dr. Sabih Mashhadani of Iraq, spoke and said, “We are happy to visit this distinguished scientific institution, which seems to meet the aspirations that we dreamed and aspired to.” very impressive university. Mashhadani also acknowledged his satisfaction with the LIMU’s interaction with educational institutions in Europe. There is a lot of room for cooperation, particularly in the areas of digitalization, digital transformation, and experience sharing, he continued. “We learn from you and you learn from us. He is an authority on how to prepare for clinical exams (Osce), thus he is prepared for productive collaboration with the global community in this area and for organizing courses in this area.

After thereafter, Dr. Mohamed Reda Bassiouni from Egypt, a sister Arab Republic, expressed his joy at visiting this institution and getting to know its unique scientific programs and global alliances on a more personal level. After that, Prof. Al-Senussi Taher, vice president for academic affairs and postgraduate studies, emphasized that LIMU is distinguished by enlightened, ambitious, and independent leadership and operates in accordance with strategic plans, programs, and visions, allowing it to form alliances and come to agreements free of the stifling bureaucracy.

In his comment, Dr. Ahmed Al-Busaifi, a trustee and director of the children’s hospital in Tripoli, stated that they are familiar with this university, watch its progress, and have strong relationships with many of its staff members. Dr. Al-Busaifi hoped that Tripoli will get a branch of LIMU. It was decided to prepare a draft that includes a proposal to be discussed and put into action. On the second day of the visit of some members of the Arab council for health specialties, the possibility of cooperation and the decision-making mechanism in the medical council were discussed in the presence of members of the university council.

The university president and a few other top officials showed the senior foreign guests around its faculties, centers, and other facilities. The university hosted a meal in honor of its visitors, the members of the Arab council for health specializations, at the conclusion of this significant visit.

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