A group of Lebanese students and young professionals from Harvard launched an interactive platform allowing Lebanese citizens to vote for their most pressing demands.
Applications to the third edition of Agrytech’s hackathon are now open, until August 9.
Six other Lebanese universities also made it in the top 1000 listed institutions, by research firm Quacquarelly Symonds.
This program designed by Tripoli entrepreneurs club will grant its three winners up to 10,000,000 LBP as a grant to launch their business idea.
The student organization is hosting this Wednesday a panel discussion on the benefits of entrepreneurship to solve youth unemployment.
The McKinsey report, which finally came out this January, is giving a hard time to the Lebanese education system.