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Education Ministry reviews conducting GCSE exams at Tripoli University
The Ministry of Education is reviewing the possibility of conducting the secondary certificate exams within the colleges of the University of Tripoli, as in the previous year.
This came during a meeting between Minister of Education, Mohamed Ammari Zayed, and President of Tripoli University along with other relevant officials.
Other issues were raised during the meeting, including the financial bottlenecks facing the university, as well as the understandings reached with the Minister of Finance in this regard, a statement by the University of Tripoli clarified on Facebook.
Last year, over 52606 thousand students sat for their GCSE exams in Tripoli's University's halls, while studies at the university were suspended during the period of the exams, and an official leave was granted to all staff, except for those assigned to follow-up the examinations.