Important Dates

Forced Migration Review

An article co-authored by Dr. Wissam Mansour, assistant professor, faculty of architecture and design. Forced Migration Review (FMR) is the most widely read publication on forced migration. It is ...
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Discrete Element Modeling Of Concrete Structures Under Hard Impact By Ogive-nose Steel Projectiles.

A journal paper and a book chapter were co-authored by Dr. Ahmad Omar, assistant professor at the faculty of architecture and design. On the first hand, a research paper was published in The ...
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MEET OMAR NASHABE
MEET OMAR NASHABE
We are proud to introduce to the Azm University community Dr. Omar Nashabe who joined the Faculty of Arts and Sciences in January 2020 as a full time faculty member and head of the Azm Center for Criminal Justice and Security Sector Reform. Read more
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Achievement!

We are proud to announce that our senior business marketing student, Ms. Aya Houssam Hajj, was accepted to a masters program at Brunel University in the UK. Congratulations to Aya on her ...
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HATTA Center

Azm University in Tripoli, Lebanon, announces the launching of its Center for Teaching Arabic to Speakers of Other Languages called HATTA, where learners can acquire skills in colloquial and modern ...
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Dear Faculty, Students and Staff,

As per the recommendations of the Ministry of Education, and with the well-being of our community in mind, Azm University is suspending classes until further notice.

The doors of the University will remain open to individual staff, and faculty members who may need to use its facilities, or access their offices. It will also remain open to individual students who need to meet with faculty members for tutoring, advising, or any other academic activity. However, staff and faculty are advised to inform Shared Services if they plan to use university facilities to ensure accessibility. Student access must only occur in case of force majeure.

Classes are continuing online, and any questions or concerns by students should be addressed to the concerned instructor, or the Dean of the faculty. Instructors are expected to continuously coordinate with their supervisors.

The main concern of the University remains the safety and health of its community, and we urge students, staff, and faculty to exercise the highest level of prudence in their response to the current COVID-19 epidemic.


The Administration
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