Iraqi University

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Iraqi University
الجامعـــة العراقيـــة
Established 1989
Type Public university
Chancellor Ziad al-Ani, Mahmoud Rasheed
Location Adhamiyah, Baghdad, Iraq
Coordinates: 33°21′58.32″N 44°21′34.20″E / 33.3662000°N 44.3595000°E / 33.3662000; 44.3595000
Former names Islamic University

Iraqi University (Al Iraqia University) is located in the Adhamiyah district of Baghdad, the capital of Iraq. It was founded in 1989 and was formally named the Islamic University.[1] The university council recommended the name to be changed to Iraqi University in 2010.[2]

The university offers graduate and doctoral degrees and accepts students from all over the Islamic world.[1]

The Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research says the Iraqi University, located in the heart of the capital, Baghdad, stands as a tribute to science and knowledge in Iraq. Iraqi University teaches various sciences, humanities, applied medicine, engineering, media and arts, law, education and other subjects. The university with its unique and diverse blend of courses is one of the better universities of the world.

Faculties and colleges[edit]

  • Faculty of Arts
  • College of Education
  • College of Education for Girls
  • Faculty of Engineering
  • Faculty of Information
  • Faculty of Islamic Sciences
  • College of Law
  • Faculty of Management and Economics
  • Faculty of Medicine


  1. ^ a b "Al Iraqia University in brief". Iraqi University. 27 December 2010. Retrieved 16 August 2014. 
  2. ^ "مجلس الجامعة الإسلامية يوصي بتغيير اسم الجامعة إلى الجامعة العراقية [Council of the Islamic University recommends changing the name of the university to the Iraqi University]". Islamic University - Baghdad. 3 February 2010. 

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