The Lebanese - American University

Project Location: Beirut, Lebanon  

Project Value:  $2 Million USD



Project Overview


The Lebanese American University is a multi-campus American institution operating in Lebanon, it first opened in 1835 as an American School for Girls and has expanded throughout the years and now included two campuses, in Beirut and Byblos, offering programs leading to Associate's, Bachelor's, and Master's degrees in the arts and sciences, and Doctorates in Pharmacy.


The Beirut campus remains the largest University campus. It has been expanded over the past five years, with a new Business School and the new Riyad Nassar Library. This Library has over 224,000 information records, 960 current periodical subscriptions and four special collections. The Byblos campus is home of the three professional schools at LAU: the School of Engineering and Architecture, the School of Pharmacy, and the School of Medicine. The Byblos campus also houses the School of Arts and Sciences and the School of Business. The Byblos Library has about 113,500 volumes of books and non-book materials and over 700 periodicals — current and retrospective.


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