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Al-Baath University

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Al-Baath University
جامعة البعث
Al-Baath University Logo.jpg
Motto"طريقك الى مستقبل مشرف"
Motto in English
Your way to a bright future
TypePublic
EstablishedSeptember 14, 1979
PresidentAhmad Mofid Hasan Sobeh [1]
Administrative staff
600
Students120000
Location,
Websitealbaath-univ.edu.sy
Baath University Logo.jpg

Al-Baath University (Arabic: جامعة البعث‎), founded in 1979,[2] is a public university located in the city of Homs, Syria, 180 km north of Damascus. It is Syria's fourth largest university.[3]

The university was established in 1979; it was established by Presidential Decree No. 44 issued by Hafez al-Assad.[citation needed]

Al-Baath University has 22 faculties, 5 intermediate institutes, 40,000 regular students,[3] 20,000 students in open learning, 1310 high studies students and 622 faculty members. The library contains some 63,000 volumes (as of 2011).[4]

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  1. ^ http://www.albaath-univ.edu.sy/modules.php?name=baath_chancellor
  2. ^ Collelo, Thomas (editor) (1987) Syria: A Country Study Federal Research Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. page 123
  3. ^ a b Lesch, David W. (2005) The new lion of Damascus: Bashar al-Asad and modern Syria Yale University Press, New Haven Connecticut, page 267, ISBN 0-300-10991-1
  4. ^ World Guide to Libraries (25th ed.), De Gruyter Saur, 2011

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