Facts and Figures

​​​​Faculties and Programs
​141 undergraduate/graduate programs in:

Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences
Faculty of Arts and Sciences
Suliman S. Olayan School of Business​
Maroun Semaan Faculty of Engineering and Architecture
Faculty of Health Sciences
Faculty of Medicine
​Rafic Hariri School of Nursing
Interfaculty Programs

In addition to 36 certificates and diplomas

Check degrees offered here

Language of Instruction: English

The Office of the Vice President for Regional External Programs (REP)
Founded in 1976, REP has championed entrepreneurial ideas and initiatives. As the consulting arm of AUB, REP provides technical assistance to governments, international organizations, foundations, non-profit associations, businesses, and industry in the following areas:

​• Agricultural and Food Sciences
​• Arts and Sciences
​• Business Management
​• Continuing Education
​• Engineering and Architecture
​• Higher Education
​• Journalism
​• Management Consulting
​• Medical and Health Sciences​

9,408 students (8,274 full-time, 1,134 part-time)
Male: 48 percent
Female: 52 percent
Financial Aid Recipients: More than 76 percent who apply receive financial aid
Countries Represented: 89 (22% international)
Undergraduate: 7,782
Graduate: 1,626

Undergraduate Tuition in 2018–19:
The cost of full-time undergraduate tuition and fees varies depending on the student’s faculty, major, and year.
Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences: $23,876
Faculty of Arts and Sciences: from $22,196 to $26,876
Faculty of Health Sciences: $24,596
Faculty of Medicine: $40,745
Maroun Semaan Faculty of Engineering and Architecture: $34,062 (includes mandatory summer term)
Rafic Hariri School of Nursing: $24,702 (includes mandatory summer term)
Suliman S. Olayan School of Business: $25,526

Operating Budget: $423 million


Hospital Fees, Student Fees and Tuition, Private Gifts and Grants, Endowment Income, and Other Restricted Resources

Scholarships and Awards: $34​ million
Graduate Assistantships Granted: $6.5 million
PhD Assistantships Granted: $1.4​ million

Instructional Faculty: 1,200​ (914 full-time, 286 part-time)
Faculty breakdown by gender: 692 men, 508 women
Student to Faculty ratio: 11 to 1

Campus: 1,200 (508 women, 692 men)
Faculty of Medicine: 116 (81 women, 35 men)
AUB Medical Center: 3,119 (1,603 women, 1,516 men)​

Living Alumni: 66,634
Europe: 1,633
North America: 2,807
AUB graduates reside in more than 115 countries worldwide.

64 buildings, including Medical Center (365 beds), the Charles Hostler Student Center (athletics), 4 Libraries, 3 Museums, 2 Art Galleries, 7 Dormitories, Athletic Fields

Campus: 60.9 acres
Advancing Research Enabling Communities Center (AREC): 247 acre research farm and educational facility in the Beqaa​

University Libraries
Print book titles: 400,000
Electronic book titles: 1,300,000
Print periodicals titles: 10,000
Print periodicals volumes: 180,000
Electronic periodicals titles: 182,000
Databases: 350
Audiovisual items: 1,200,000
Archival material: 300 linear meters
Photos: 75,000 (20,000 negatives)
Maps: 2,000

AUB is classified by the US Internal Revenue Service as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

Page last updated Feb. ​2019