Details for Lebanese International University

Participant Status


Type of Organization


Type of Education

Undergraduate, Post Graduate


Beirut, Lebanon


Sign Up Date to PRME

13 Dec 2012

Current Sharing Information on Progress Report Submission

16 Apr 2018

Sharing Information on Progress (2018)

PRME at LIU - View Report

Period Covered: Oct 2016 to Apr 2018

The latest SIP by the Lebanese International University outlining its endeavors aligning with the six PRME principles. In it, the university renews its commitment to keep striving to find new innovative ways to provide its students (i.e. future leaders) with a solid base of skills and competencies to practice sustainable and responsible management.

Achievements Curriculum Integration in the Field of Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability

LIU has 9 campuses in Lebanon and 6 campuses across the Middle East and MENA regions, all driven to deliver higher education in a sustainable manner.
We have recently revisited our curricula to integrate new courses that supplement our students' academic path with sustainability-centric practicum courses.

Achievements Research Development in the Field of Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability

Our university is constantly hosting panel discussions, seminars and conferences on CSR and sustainable management. Our School of Business, in specific, is keen on bridging the gap between students (i.e. future managers) and practitioners pioneering the corporate responsibility arena in Lebanon.
Four years ago, we hosted our first Entrepreneurship and CSR Conference in our Beirut campus. This event served as a platform for the LIU community to start the conversation on corporate responsibility and sustainability. Panelists included experts from reputable companies such as BLOM Bank, Al Ahli Holding Group, Fattal Group, Nestlé, Roadster, and Onlivery.

As a university, we aim to maintain our ongoing efforts in aligning our efforts to the PRME principles while also expanding our scope of activities.

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