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Students from different Lebanese schools flocked to the UNESCO Palace Wednesday to take part in ACADEMIA Lebanon 2014 amid a remarkable presence of foreign top-notch universities.ACADEMIA 2014 caters to the Levant's education needs through creating a forum where international universities and educational institutes present their programs to prospect students.Chatila argued that surprisingly some of the well known foreign universities are offering high-quality programs at quite affordable prices compared to universities operating in Lebanon. Many of the universities exhibiting at ACADEMIA this year have already integrated oil and gas degrees in their programs to cater to students who are willing to specialize in the field following news about the discovery of oil and gas on Lebanon's offshore.As for the Islamic University, it did not witness any drop because its prices are affordable compared to other universities in Lebanon.
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