The Libyan Academy signed a joint scientific cooperation agreement with Sebha University on Sunday, 9-29-2019 at the headquarters of the Academy, in the presence of the President of the Academy, Prof. Dr. Mustafa Gernaz, and the Deputy Academic Affairs of the Academy, Professor Dr. Ibrahim Jalita, and the General Writer Eng. Ahmed Ramadan and a number of professors, deans of schools And directors of departments and offices of the Academy. And like the University of Sebha in this agreement, Mr. President of the University of Sebha, Prof. Dr. Masoud Al-Raqiq and Mr. Vice President for Scientific Affairs at the University The agreement stipulated joint scientific cooperation, exchanging research, studies and investments, opening wider horizons for scientific research and contributing to overcoming all difficulties facing students and continuing to support graduate resettlement programs at home to advance Libya to the ranks of developed and pioneering countries in the fields of scientific research.
Through the role of the university in serving its members, graduate students, teaching assistants and faculty members
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Sebha University is located in the city of Sebha, the largest city in southern Libya, was founded in 1976 and was established as an independent university in 1983, its nucleus was the Faculty of Education, which was established in 1976 as a branch of the Faculty of Education at the University of Fateh (formerly) in Tripoli, and became an independent university in 1983 by the decision of the General People's Committee (187).
Where initially included the faculties of education and science and then the faculties of human medicine, agriculture, engineering and technical sciences, economics and accounting until the number of faculties of the university to twenty-two faculties distributed over the different regions of the south. It currently has more than 25,000 students and more than 1300 faculty members and 3500 employees, in addition to 7 research centers spread over the geographical area of the southern region.