Al Asmarya University for Islamic Sciences

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Al Asmarya University for Islamic Sciences
الجامعة الأسمرية للعلوم الإسلامي
Type Public university
Established 1981
President Mostafa bin Rabea
Location Zliten, Misrata, Libya
Coordinates: 32°28′5″N 14°34′2″E / 32.46806°N 14.56722°E / 32.46806; 14.56722
Publications Al Asmarya newspaper
Website Official website

Al-Jāmi’a Al-Asmariya (Arabic: الجامعة الاسمرية‎) (English: Al-Asmariya University) is a public university in the city of Zliten, Libya, specializing in Islamic sciences such as Islamic theology and Islamic jurisprudence. Founded in 1981, the university’s academic instruction is conducted from October to March. Statistics from the 1998-1999 academic year indicated a total of 14 teaching staff members and 506 full-time students.[1] The university's academic departments include:

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  1. ^ Libyan National Commission for Education, Culture and Science:Development of Education in the Great Jamahiriya: National report Presented to the International Conference on Education, Session 47, Geneva 2004
  2. ^ Libya: Our Home – List of Universities in Libya

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