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Best Universities for Master Programs in Lebanon 2024

Number of institutions: 8
    • Beirut, Lebanon

    Saint-Joseph University (USJ) is a private Lebanese university that was established in 1875. The university and its degrees are officially recognized by the Lebanese state, in accordance with the provisions of the private higher education that governs higher education in Lebanon.

    • Jounieh, Lebanon
    • Zahlé, Lebanon
    • + 2 more

    Unique among universities in Lebanon, USEK was the first university to be established by Lebanese citizens, this case by the Lebanese Maronite Order (OLM) monks, who have been placing their values in education since the 7th century.

    • Beirut, Lebanon

    Saint-Joseph University of Beirut (USJ) is a private Lebanese university, founded in 1875 by the Society of Jesus. The University counts 13 Faculties (religious sciences, medicine, pharmacy, dental medicine, nursing sciences,...

    • Beirut, Lebanon

    The American University of Science and Technology (AUST) is a recognized institution of higher learning licensed by the Lebanese Government that is committed to excellence and freedom in teaching and research.

    • France Online, France
    • Belgium Online, Belgium
    • + 13 more

    This program is only available as a second part of the Dual Degree Program after students. is only available via our highly accredited University...

    • Beirut, Lebanon

    Welcome to the Lebanese International University, a place where we believe together we can accomplish a better future. We invite you to explore the diverse and prominent community of students, staff, faculty, and administrators that makeup what LIU truly is.

    • Beirut, Lebanon

    ESA is a prominent business school in the Middle East empowering the leaders of tomorrow through exclusive international programs within a worldwide experience.

    • Beirut, Lebanon

    Building on over a century of prominence in business education, the Suliman S. Olayan School of Business (“OSB”) is committed to providing quality undergraduate and graduate programs aimed at developing business leaders in, for or from the Middle East region and beyond.? The School’s undergraduate program (“BBA”) accentuates a liberal arts-based operational focus whereas the Executive MBA has a distinct leadership and strategy orientation.