The Libyan International Medical University (Arabic: الجامعة الليبية الدولية للعلوم الطبية) is a private university established in Benghazi, Libya, with the purpose of teaching medicine. It is the first private medical university in Libya. It is also Libya's only accredited private medical university.
Its doors were opened to enrolled students on October 15, 2007. According to university references, over 200 students had enrolled under its faculties:
- Faculty of Basic Medical Sciences
- Faculty of Medicine
- Faculty of Dentistry
- Faculty of Pharmacy
- Faculty of Medical Information Technology
- Faculty of Nursing
One of the university's major points is its focus on international partnerships and meeting the level of other international medical teaching institutes. The teaching policy emulates those of many established universities and is mainly problem-based learning.
The National Quality Assurance committee of Libya visited all the universities to evaluate them on two bases: facilities and program. The Libyan International Medical University attained a very advanced position in this evaluation in both aspects.
The Libyan Ministry of Health granted LIMU students the privilege of training at the national health care centers and hospitals.