SDG 1.3.2: Graduation/completion targets for students who fall into the bottom 20% of household income group

The Islamic University in Lebanon works from a vision that responds to Lebanon’s need to explore the fields of modern knowledge and looks at the generalization and deepening of knowledge in their historical and contemporary terms from a balanced methodological perspective, as the basis for the project for the advancement of the nation. Lebanon, the Arab and Islamic world, and contribute to enriching scientific progress in order to catch up with societies that preceded us in the field of modern science. Therefore, it has worked and is still working to open new or renewed specializations in terms of their quality, curricula, and their connection to the labor market to meet the requirements of the next stage in the field of business and services in Lebanon and the Arab and Islamic worlds. And it has worked and still is to raise the level of education and consolidate cooperation and coordination in cultural and educational relations with universities and higher institutes in Lebanon and abroad.

The university also graduated students from those with limited income, and they were among those who could not pay the installments due on them by a special decree issued by the university presidency to exempt them from the remaining installments, the number of students in these cases per year are:

Low-income graduate students

Academic Year

Number of students