About the faculty

The faculty of medicine is one of the faculties of the Libyan international university and the study is stage of higher education ,the objectives of the college are to provide the country with doctors who are able to provide health care and medical services to the patient as well as carrying out research and medical studies that contribute to the development of health services in Libya and contribute to raising the level of health professional development and continuing medical education as well as the strengthening of scientific  links with colleges university and similar bodies in the world and open door to the community to interact with  him in the dissemination of knowledge and health awareness and participation in multiple activities and contribute support a number of them through their scientific cadres their own  potential.

Vision of faculty

The faculty to be at the forefront of medical faculties according to the international quality standards of academic excellence, and regionally to be the most attractive college for students from other countries

Mission of the faculty

●       To graduate qualified physicians capable of delivering health care   

          services  nationally, regionally and internationally based on    
          the university’s commitment to social accountability.
●       To graduate physicians capable of implementing self-directed,  


          learning strategies
●       To graduate competent physicians capable of pursuing specialized  

          higher education

●       To graduate competent physicians capable of conducting scientific  

          research according to the needs of the community.

Program Goals

1.    Graduate doctors master the essential medical knowledge and skills which are essential for practicing medicine according to the national and global  standards.

2.    Graduate competent doctors who are able to do self-learning and continue professional developments as a lifelong learner.

3.    Graduate doctors who are armed with emotions and a sense of obligation towards patients and the society.
4.    Graduating doctors equipped with communication skills, management skills, and research skills for the purpose of the local, regional, and worldwide communities.

5.    Enhance the sense of professional, national, and ethical obligation amongst  graduates.

6.    Enhance community health awareness by healthcare and health education programs.
7.    Enhance the contribution of medical doctors in health promotion and community work.

      Program Objectives

By the end of the program students will:
1.    Understand the overall structure (macroscopic and microscopic) of the human body and the locations of organs and their relationship to each other.

2.    Recognize the main functions of human body’s organs, and understand the  diseases that can affect humans and identify the causative agents

3.    Understand the possible relationship between the human body and its surroundings, and the various interactions, whether natural or pathological,  that may occur as a result.

4.    Acquire history taking skills, physical examination skills, and skills in performing different diagnostic and therapeutic procedures.

5.    Understand the importance and how to use diagnostic methods such as laboratories and imaging studies.

6.    Acquire critical thinking and decision-making skills to implement treatment plans(pharmacological and non-pharmacological treatments).
7.    Be able to analyze, criticize and solve medical dilemmas to reach the correct diagnosis and appropriate treatment.

8.    Gain the necessary skills to work independently to determine the priorities and needs of the community.
9.    Acquire the necessary skills for scientific research and development.
10.  Acquire appropriate behaviors that enable them to practice the profession efficiently in various fields of health care
11.  Practice autonomy in learning by taking responsibility for their own learning
12. The ability to integrate knowledge and skills across multiple disciplines.
13. Acquire scientifically based communication skills to become active members in their field of work and community service.
14. Be able to use financial and administrative resources allocated to health care  programs.

15. Be able to care for patients and respect their dignity.
16. Acquire teaching and presentation skills
17. Be able to work in an integrated team spirit.
18. Acquire knowledge in medical jurisprudence. Maintaining the practice and respect for the ethics of the profession in its service and research fields.
19. The ability to use the English language by owning the language tools and mastering its applications, as well as the Arabic language for what it needs to be used for.

Program Intended Learning Outcomes


  1. Knowledge and understandings

the graduate will be able to master the integrated medical knowledge related to basic biomedical sciences such as anatomy, histology, physiology, biochemistry, cell biology molecular biology, immunology, genetics, microbiology, pathology, and pharmacology, and behavioral sciences such as medical psychology, medical sociology and population medicine, along with clinical knowledge related to understanding of management of diseases.
By the end of the program the graduates will be able to
A1. Demonstrate comprehensive knowledge and understandings in basic          

      biomedical sciences
A2. Demonstrate comprehensive knowledge and understandings in behavioral,        social sciences, medical ethics and medical jurisprudence
A3. Demonstrate comprehensive knowledge and understandings in clinical              sciences and management of diseases.

  1. Professional and practical skills

By the end of the program, the graduate will be able to
B1. Take full history, Perform full physical examination including assessment of mental-status. Perform a range of clinical skills, diagnostic and therapeutic procedures. Detect adverse drug reaction, manage it and document it, and abiding to local laws of reporting patient injuries. Implement local and international guidelines in prevention and care.
B2. Provide immediate care in emergencies by assessing the severity of the clinical presentation, diagnose and manage acute emergencies, perform basic first aid, and perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation
B3. Establish the foundations for self-learning and lifelong learning and continuing professional development. Function effectively as teachers by  contributing to giving effective feedback to enhance learning performance. And demonstrate presentation skills

  1. Intellectual skills
By the end of the program, the graduate will be able to
C1. apply clinical reasoning and decision-making skills to order relevant  investigation, making final diagnosis and construct a management plan
C2. Assess and evaluate students, teachers, and programs in an educationally  appropriate manner. Plan and deliver learning activities.
C3. Formulate research questions in basic biomedical science; clinical sciences, behavioral sciences. Design suitable studies or experiments to address research questions. Critically appraise both qualitative and quantitative  studies as reported in scientific and medical literatures
  1. General and Transferable skills
By the end of the program, the graduate will be able to
D1. Communicate effectively with patients, colleagues and workers from other professions. Communicate effectively by respect, empathy, and compassion  that encourages patient trust and autonomy. Communicate effectively and  clearly with people regardless of their age, social background, ethnicity or disabilities. Respect all patients, colleagues and other health workers                  regardless of their colour, age, culture, ethnic, social or economic status, religion, disability, gender, lifestyle, marital status, race, and sexual orientation.
D2. Work with colleagues in ways that serve the patients, by passing on information and handing over care, showing flexibility, adaptability and a problem-solving approach
D3. Apply the principles of teamwork and team dynamics to function within a team