Lebanese University / Faculty of Arts and Humanities

 

Data: Dikwana - Mount Lebanon Phone: 483012/01 Fax: 483013/01

 

Branches

Phone

Fax

Cornish Farm - Mount Lebanon

4-3-300882/01

316,142 - 315640/01

Fanar - Mount Lebanon

895260/01

6-5-874024/01

Planetarium - Tripoli - North

386,930 - 386263/06

386261/06

Crusher - Bekaa

806,650 - 821701/08

805025/08

Saida - South

734,950 - 734953/07

734951/07

Center for Languages and Translation

689086/01

689088/01

Science and Language and Communication

300882/01

315640/01

 

Specialties:

1 - undergraduate:

Arabic Language and Literature, French Language and Literature, English Language and Literature, history, geography, archeology and the arts, philosophy, psychology, linguistics and communication.

Followed by the College Center for Languages and Translation (translation and interpretation).

Terms of Affiliation:

- Possession of the Lebanese public high school diploma or equivalent official.

- Tournament entry depends on the competence of three languages for Literature.

- Match written include French, Arabic and English, oral interview of the Center for Languages and Translation.

Certificates:

- Educational leave (Matrise d'enseignement) - (4 years).

- Degree in Translation - (4 years).

- Diploma of translator or interpreter.

 

2 - Graduate:

Arabic Language and Literature, French Language and Literature, English Language and Literature, history, geography, archeology and the arts, philosophy, psychology, linguistics and communication.

Terms of Affiliation:

- Possession of a certificate educational leave from the Faculty of Arts and Humanities or equivalent.

- Success in the eligibility test in the Arabic language in one of either French or English.

Certificates:

- Postgraduate Diploma (Masters) - two years, including the preparation of the thesis.

- Diploma of translator or interpreter (Diplme de traducteur ou d'interprte).

- PhD - (3 years after the Masters).

 

Note:

Launch system LMD Gradually and in the academic year 2002/2009, starting from the first year Academy (leave the stage only), while the rest of the year (three years), leaving it as is.