About the Faculty
About the Faculty
The Libyan International University is committed to the standards of quality and innovation on every level.
The faculty of Business Administration offers students a comprehensive introduction to the complex and interesting details of the contemporary business environment, as well as the opportunity to specialise in a single area of interest, from business management and marketing to finance and politics.
The BSBA program adopts a problem-based methodology that encourages self-learning amongst students by utilising the tools of interactive presentations, brainstorming sessions, problem simulations, and solutions. By practicing practical business problems within the classroom, students of the BSBA expand their transferable skills set as well as their theoretical knowledge.
Overall, students on the BSBA program gain a multi-disciplinary and practical understanding of business processes and operations in a welcoming and technologically innovative environment.
The Faculty's Vision
The Faculty of Business Administration at Libyan International Medical University aspires to be a leader in Management Sciences Knowledge locally and regionally by exclusively using the English Language in teaching its distinguished courses in accordance with the contemporary standards of Management Theories applied in the world.
The Faculty's Values
The Faculty of Business Administration at Libyan International Medical University has its own values that it believes in and applies as well. The key values of the faculty are the following:
- Academic integrity and accountability.
- Respect and tolerance for the views of every individual.
- Attention to issues of national relevance as well as of global concern.
- Appreciation of intellectual excellence and creativity.
- An unfettered spirit of exploration, rationality and enterprise.
The Faculty's Mission
The Faculty of Business Administration at Libyan International Medical University seeks to provide students with high standards of Educational Services to allow taking responsibilities in both public and private businesses at local and international levels to suit different labor markets’ needs. In addition, the faculty arms students with outstanding education and research skills by adopting advanced educational techniques. Problem-Based Learning (PBL), Team-Based Learning (TBL), Case-Based Learning (CBL), and Project-Based Learning (PBL) are key educational approaches being used at the faculty.
The Faculty's Strategic Plan
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