The Libyan International Medical University celebrated on Friday evening the graduation of students of the Faculty of Information Technology, the third, fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh Batch of the Department of Health Informatics and the first batch of the Department of Computer Networks, in a joyful atmosphere, lived by the students and their parents, expressing their happiness to reap the fruits of the hard efforts they made over the years in which the university was keen to provide a scientific environment worthy of it and is a pioneer of excellence and uniqueness in its methods of learning.

The president of the University Council, Dr. Mohamed Saad, the Dean of the Faculty of Information Technology, A.D. Tawfiq Al-Taweel, and the General Registrar of the University, Mr. Ibrahim Al-Maghribi, spoke at the graduation ceremony, who confirmed that the establishment of the Libyan International Medical University (2007) was a real challenge and serious initiative to improve the level of education in Libya, determined to move forward with the achievement of its outstanding scientific project despite all the difficulties and obstacles it faced.

Speeches were also given at the ceremony by the graduates and their parents who expressed their happiness in the Libyan International Medical University and its various faculties, professors and scientific methodology.

At the end of the ceremony, the students took the graduation vowes, and the president of the university officially announced the award of the Bachelor’s degree to the graduates, and the graduation certificates, and then the students were honoured.

It is worth mentioning that the Libyan International Medical University adopted the foundations of quality and international standards, in accordance with the latest developments, techniques, curricula and systems of study, the quality of the educational process, improving analytical skills, criticism and creative skills by adopting modern and reliable teaching methods that move away from traditional education and focus on student centred education, and on a realistic strategy of organized and guided self learning, in order to acquire knowledge and develop skills and talents related to the professional and life practice of future generations, enabling them to be in line with Global Universities.