Holy Spirit University of Kaslik

401–600 th
Impact Rankings 2021
P.O. Box 446 Jounieh, Mount Lebanon, Lebanon

About Holy Spirit University of Kaslik

Founded in 1938 by the Lebanese Maronite Order monks, Holy Spirit University Kaslik was the first university to be established by Lebanese citizens. It is a Catholic university.

There are six schools within the university: the business school, school of architecture and design, school of engineering, school of law and political sciences, school of medicine and medical sciences, and the school of music and performing arts. There are also two faculties: pontifical faculty of theology and the faculty of arts and sciences, as well as the higher institute of nursing sciences, USEK continuing learning centre and the learning and teaching excellence centre.

There are three regional university centres that the university has set up across Lebanon to provide higher education opportunities for students who would otherwise not have access to it. These centres are situated in Zahle, Rmeich and Chekka, enabling students to earn a degree within their communities.

The university’s work is guided by four main principles: valuing community, intellectual curiosity, tradition and innovation, and high performance.

The university’s motto is “when the Spirit of truth comes, he will lead you to the whole truth”.

The university is located in Jounieh, a city just north of Beirut, the capital of Lebanon. Jounieh was once a quiet fishing village but is now know for its bustling nightlife filled with crowded restaurants and bars.

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