TL Undergraduate Program (TLU)

Questions and Answers

How can I apply for the Tomorrow’s Leaders Undergraduate (TLU) Program?

To apply for the Tomorrow’s Leaders Undergraduate Program, you need to submit your application FHI 360.

How long is the Tomorrow’s Leaders Undergraduate (TLU) Program?

Most students will require four years to satisfy all program requirements.

What degree programs are available to Tomorrow’s Leaders Undergraduate students?

Students can pursue degrees in the schools of Arts & Sciences, Architecture & Design, Business, Engineering, and Nursing at LAU. 

What is the educational system at LAU?

LAU follows an American-style curriculum that is adapted to suit local needs while meeting the standards of the U.S. chartering agency. The language of instruction is English. Grades are based on a 4.0 GPA scale, wherein each letter is associated with a certain number of quality points. LAU uses a credit-based system. Read more about  studying at LAU.

Is LAU accredited? Will my degree be recognized outside of Lebanon?

LAU is chartered by the Board of Regents of the University of the State of New York, allowing for credit transferability to U.S. colleges and universities. Additionally, LAU is accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE). This accreditation ensures that LAU degrees are widely recognized for graduate studies abroad, including in the United States. 

For further details, kindly visit the Accreditation page on the official LAU website.

What kind of support will I have as a Tomorrow’s Leaders Undergraduate student at LAU?

As a Tomorrow’s Leaders Undergraduate student, you will have access to academic advising and counseling services to address your educational and psychological needs. Additionally, you will be assigned a student mentor, a senior TL student, who will help you integrate into LAU’s culture. A student life assistant will also engage you in community activities throughout the program.

Where do Tomorrow’s Leaders Undergraduate students usually study abroad?

Typically, Tomorrow’s Leaders Undergraduate students have the opportunity to study at a U.S. university, which will be determined at a later stage in the program.

What kind of community service projects do Tomorrow’s Leaders Undergraduate students participate in?

Students participate in:

Will I have the chance to participate in student clubs and organizations?

Yes, as a Tomorrow’s Leaders student, you will have the opportunity to participate in LAU’s student clubs and organizations. These clubs cover a wide range of interests, including cultural, athletic, artistic, academic, career, and service-related activities. For more information, you can check out the Student Life website.

Where will I be located for most of the Tomorrow’s Leaders Undergraduate Program?

During your period of stay in the program, you will be housed in close proximity to the Beirut/Byblos campus, where the program is based.

Will I have the chance to return to my home country during the program?

Yes, LAU believes it is important for students to return to their home countries to touch base with their families and communities. Therefore, Tomorrow’s Leaders students are provided with a roundtrip ticket to their home countries for one month during each year’s summer break. 

Who can I contact if I have more questions?

For general inquiries about the Tomorrow’s Leaders Undergraduate Program, you can email us at