R. T. The T.U REFORM TRAINING

The Tunisian University case study

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  • Nadia Ghammouri University of Kairouan

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https://doi.org/10.18533/jah.v10i03.2059

Abstract

The university, like any constitutive and participative element in society, has a great role in the reconstruction of the individual. And it is supposed to improve knowledge and get rid of negative situation that threatens its weakening Our reflection lies in the efficiency of academics in their society and its effect on sustainable development, in which we will enumerate roughly the problems of the Tunisian University, the responsibility of each institutional component. Secondly the solutions shared by the cooperative program to reform this situation. In this context, we will focus on the European cooperative programs in Tunisia, which aims at the development of scientific research. In this regard we will talk about TEMPUS, as a training program on Design for Sustainable Development of local craft. Then, the Horizon 2020 program, which integrates research and innovation, serving society. Also, the CLUSTERIZATION, a relational network supporting innovation, training and promote economic development

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2021-04-02

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