Accreditation
    • AUL is accredited by the Lebanese Ministry of Higher Education (2000) (MHE). That accreditation includes undergraduate and graduate levels.
    • The formal accreditation is periodically and systematically reviewed to ensure that AUL maintain excellence and sound management. Accreditation and licensing assure students, parents and the Government Ministry of Higher Education that AUL is a sensible, recognized choice for undergraduate or graduate degrees. It allows students to transfer or continue their studies with relative ease to, or from, other higher education institutions in Lebanon, the region and world-wide, as the need for desire may arise.
    • AUL holds membership in professional organizations that assist the University in maintaining excellence and knowledge about current educational practices. Therefore, AUL is a member of the European Council for Business Education (ECBE), Arab Organization for Admission & registration of universities in Arab Nation (ACRAO), International Council for Hotels, Restaurants & Institutional Education, and the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs.
    • AUL Jadra Campus offers the American University for Humanities Degree Programs, an autonomous Program of Liberal Education within the University’s global network. The program is fully accredited by the American Academy for Liberal Education (AALE) , a national accrediting agency recognized by the US Secretary of Education. Accreditation in the United States of American is a voluntary, private and nongovernmental process. Students enrolled in accredited American colleges and universities overseas will not be able to utilize the facilities such as student’s financial aid, student loans, etc. that may be available to home students extended either directly or indirectly by the U.S. Department of Education.