Education

04-08-2014
The University of Benghazi says the ongoing security situation in the city has forced it to delay its reopening until further notice.
24-07-2014
University set to reopen next month after four-month closure, despite security concerns.
21-07-2014
Some 35 million textbooks are being printed for the 2014-5 academic year, says the ministry.
14-07-2014
The ministry says it will pay out LD230m ($184m) in salaries that were originally due in 2013.
04-07-2014
The administrative board of the university says it will reopen next month after being forced to shut in May.
02-07-2014
Plans have been approved to send 500 employees abroad to study for masters programmes, but the scheme has been delayed by budget constraints.
26-06-2014
Robert Gordon University (RGU) in Aberdeen is involved in a £315,000 (LD650,000) contract to develop a new course in Libya.
03-06-2014
A consortium led by Australia’s Cardno has been awarded a UK government contract, worth up to £28m (LD56m), to support police training in Libya.
03-06-2014
At least 18 people are reported to have been killed on 2 June in clashes between Ansar al-Sharia and forces loyal to Khalifa Haftar.
21-05-2014
The University of Benghazi has decided to close until next week following inter-militia clashes in the city.
21-05-2014
The government has approved a decision to establish a new oil and gas faculty at Zawiya University.
07-05-2014
The education ministry has signed contracts for with local firms to build ten new schools in the region, part of a wider plan for 170 new schools nationwide.
01-05-2014
The education minister says 336 schools were refurbished in 2013, with more than a thousand to be renovated this year.
23-04-2014
The agreement aims to "help higher education students to use Microsoft products to aid their studies".
23-04-2014
The Ministry of Labour and Retraining has signed an agreement with its South Korean counterpart to train 1,400 Libyan job-seekers.