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Under the patronage and in the presence of the Minister of Economy and Trade, HE Mr. Raed El Khoury, the Lebanese German University – LGU organized a conference entitled “Economy of BITCOIN: Advantages and Risks” at its campus in Sahel Alma on January 15, 2018. Many participants from various institutions in the financial sector participated in the event as well as representatives of various public and academic establishments and regulators from BDL.

The Lebanese German University – LGU had the pleasure to host hospital leaders from different Lebanese regions on November 23rd at its campus in Sahel Alma and on December 7th in the Chamber of Commerce, Industry, and Agriculture of Tripoli & North Lebanon in order to launch its Masters Programs: Master in Hospital Management, Master in Quality Management, Master in Public Health, and Master in Business Administration during a reception that gathered LGU President, Pr. Samir Matar, along with LGU vice-presidents, deans, and heads of departments.

LGU students and staff spreading the joy of Christmas at the old people’s home in Ghedras “Les Filles de Notre Dame des Douleurs“

Festive day at LGU Library! “Christmas from A to Z” gathered students from all LGU faculties in a cheerful competition of general knowledge. Congratulations to all the winners and thank you for the support of our sponsors: Byblos Bank, Dunkin’ Donuts, Zaatar w Zeit, CTServ and Librairie Antoine.

LGU’s Nutrition department celebrating Apple Day!

You are all invited to participate in LGU Christmas Event on 22 December, 2017.
LGU will be visiting an old people’s home in Ghedras “Les Filles de Notre Dame des Douleurs “ to share the Christmas spirit with the elderly.
We appreciate your contribution of essential food provisions and look forward to your participation.
For more info regarding the event, please refer to SAO, Mrs Violette Achy.

We would like to thank SIDC (Soins Infirmiers et Developpement Communautaire) for today’s conference at LGU campus on HIV awareness.

A big thank you for the Lebanese Army who performed a rescue drill at LGU Campus. A Cedar was planted at the green area to mark this date and symbolizing LGU’s constant support of the Lebanese army.

Martin Huth, Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany, organized a reception and networking gathering entitled “Strengthening Academic Ties between Germany and Lebanon” on Tuesday 7 November 2017 at the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany in the presence of a large number of German institutions and national partners. LGU President, Dr. Samir Matar, and Mrs. Marianne Adaimi, Vice President for Administration and Finance, had the pleasure to represent LGU in the event.

Mrs. Adaimi and Dr. Matar exchanged with their German hosts discussions about empowering LGU academic relations with German institutions as is the case with DAAD director, Mrs. Bahar Sayyas, as well as with the German cultural and economic attaché and his Excellency Martin Huth.

The departments of Physical Therapy and Nursing at LGU actively participated in BLOM Bank Beirut Marathon that was held on Sunday 12 November, 2017, by providing medical care and support to the injured runners.
Medical teams from renowned Lebanese hospitals praised the systematic approach of LGU students who impressed both health professionals and athletes with their clinical expertise and effective interventions.
A warm thank you for our motivated students and thumbs up for LGU continuous success.

LGU is proud to announce the publication of an original scientific review paper by LGU President Dr. Samir Matar, on the spatial arrangement of electrons in a molecule.
Understanding of such behavior can be helpful to address different fields of science.
The paper is in Memory of Dr F. Adaimi, founder and former President of LGU.
ref. S. Matar, G. Couegnat and J. Galy in “Progress in Solid State Chem. 47-48 (2017) 1-18”

LGU was pleased to welcome DAAD Lebanon at our campus. Ms. Bahar Sayyas, Director of the DAAD, introduced LGU students to scholarship, study and research opportunities in Germany.

LGU had the pleasure to attend “Discover Germany” at the Goethe-Institut in Gemmayzeh to discuss language, study and career opportunities in Germany.

LGU joined the German Embassy in its celebration of the 27th anniversary of German Unity Day. The ceremony was held on October 3 in Zaytuna Bay.

Minister Hasbani at LGU graduation ceremony

Hasbani to students: Your roots are firmly established in Lebanon
Under the auspices and in the presence of Vice Prime Minister, Minister of Public Health H. E. Mr. Ghassan Hasbani, the Lebanese German University – LGU celebrated its sixth commencement exercises, class 2017, at Eddé Sands in Jbeil on July 5th 2017.