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Libya Travel Guide

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Libya Name
Libya Politics
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Libya Cooperation with Italy
Libya Human Rights

Libya Administrative Divisions
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Libyan Desert
Libya Economy
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Libyan Education

Libyan Religion
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Libya History:
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United Kingdon of Libya
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Libya Education

Libya's population includes 1.7 million students, over 270,000 of whom study at the tertiary level. Education in Libya is free for all citizens, and compulsory up until secondary level. The literacy rate is the highest in North Africa; over 82% of the population can read and write.

After Libya's independence in 1951, its first university, the University of Libya, was established in Benghazi. In academic year 1975/76 the number of university students was estimated to be 13,418. As of 2004, this number has increased to more than 200,000, with an extra 70,000 enrolled in the higher technical and vocational sector. The rapid increase in the number of students in the higher education sector has been mirrored by an increase in the number of institutions of higher education.

Since 1975 the number of universities has grown from two to nine and after their introduction in 1980, the number of higher technical and vocational institutes currently stands at 84. Libya's higher education is financed by the public budget. In 1998 the budget allocated for education represented 38.2% of the national budget.

The main universities in Libya are:

* Al Fateh University (Tripoli)
* Garyounis University (Benghazi)


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