Education

23-05-2012
The British Council in Libya has signed an agreement to launch a twice-weekly English-language education show on local radio called 'Learn English Radio'.
13-05-2012
Senior management from World Learning, a US-based educational NGO, visited Tripoli earlier in 2012 as part of a consortium seeking opportunities with Libya's Ministries of Education and Higher Education.
13-02-2011
The GPC of Education and Scientific Research met a delegation from US-based Kennesaw State University to discuss education exchanges, Al Fajar Al Jadeed reported.
30-01-2011
The Secretary of the GPC of Education and Scientific Research claimed that more than 485 IT and technical education foundations have been established nationally, Al Jamahiriya reported. 
30-01-2011
Al Fateh University in Tripoli has signed a scientific cooperation agreement with the University of Kansas, Al Jamahiriya reported.
30-01-2011
Benghazi's Garyounis University says it has signed partnership agreements with the University of Liverpool in the UK and Bocconi University in Italy, Al Fajar Al Jadeed reported.
02-01-2011
A workshop was held in Misrata on 18 December to discuss the application of academic research in telecommunications to practical use, and to link the work of educational and industrial institutions, according to Al Fajar Al Jadeed.
28-11-2010
Misrata University and the UK’s University of Bedfordshire signed a cooperation agreement on 23 November, Al Jamahiriya reported.
21-11-2010
The Watasemo Training Centre, a subsidiary of Libya’s Watasemo Charity Association, has signed an agreement with the Italian International School and the Studio Italia School of Italy to open a language centre in Libya, Al Shams has reported.
01-11-2010
UK-based Cranfield University has signed an MOU with Omar Al Mukhtar University for cooperation in the area of natural resource management, according to a regional UK publication, Business Weekly.
24-10-2010
The top education officials of Libya and New Zealand have penned a student exchange agreement that could be worth up to $30m per year, according to the New Zealand Herald.
24-10-2010
The Education Malaysia Centre in Dubai has said that the number of Libyan students in Malaysia is set to increase from 2,500 to 3,500 by the end of the year, reported Bernama, the Malaysian national news agency.