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Phoenicia University

Phoenicia University (PU) is a non-profit, private, and nonsectarian officially licensed institution of higher education. The University comprises six colleges: Architecture and Design, Arts and Sciences, Business, Engineering, Law and Political Science, and Public Health. PU campus is located in the District of Zahrani, in the Southern Governorate of Lebanon, only a 40-minute drive from Beirut International Airport. PU is currently deemed as one of the fastest-growing higher education institutions in the country.

The University’s dedication towards educational equality and equity is underpinned by the University’s moral obligation to make quality education accessible to all. PU provides an outstanding level of education that values innovation in learning and teaching, thus preparing new generations of students to become job-ready graduates and professionals, capable of competing at national, regional, and international levels.

PU offers a range of in-demand programs to match the real needs of the job market in Lebanon and the region. The University grants bachelor’s degrees in Engineering (Petroleum, Mechanical, Electrical, and Civil), Business, Computer Science, Communication and Social media, Law, Architecture, Public Health, Speech Therapy, Nursing, as well as a Master of Business Administration and a number of continuing education programs and diplomas.

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