South Libya


    Fezan (Latin: Phasania) is a historical region in the southwest of present-day Libya. Most of them are desert lands but abundant with rocky mountains, highlands, dry rivers and valleys in the north. There are also many oases scattered in the Sahara, which some villages depend on for water sources, but the main source of water in Fezzan is groundwater. It also has oil reserves.

    حول   جامعة سبها

    Sabha University was initially established from the College of Education in Sebha as a branch of the University of Tripoli in the year 1976, which later became the nucleus of the first Sebha University. In the beginning of 1983 AD, Decree No. 187 of 1983 of the previous General People's Committee was issued regarding the opening of the University of Sebha as an independent university in the city of Sebha and included in the beginning the colleges of education and science and with the passage of time many colleges were opened according to the needs of the region until the number of university colleges reached twenty-one colleges Spread over different regions of the south, one outside the country.

    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.

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