The European University of Tunis Group inaugurates the first new generation campus in Tunisia
It is with great fanfare that the European University Group of Tunis on Saturday 11 June inaugurated an intelligent, innovative and new generation campus. The ceremony was enhanced by the presence of the Embassy of Europe, the embassies, personalities, students, parents, teachers and partners of the University of Belgium, Canada, Canada and Morocco.
A true hub for the Maghreb, the Mediterranean and Africa and a lever for development in education and training. This is a unique and pilot concept in Tunisia. With new generation spaces adapted to the new challenges of teaching and employing young people in partnership with prestigious world-renowned Grandes Ecoles and universities, this new generation campus presents itself as an innovative concept: “Practice validates theory”.
In fact, thanks to active and interactive spaces, a high-tech, digital and connected environment, the student will benefit from the latest trends and practices in modern education. In addition to classic classrooms equipped with interactive whiteboards, auditoriums, conference rooms and IT laboratories, the campus has mainly active and interactive spaces.
A “Student Hub”
A modern and digital workspace equipped with integrated tablets and brings together more than 50,000 virtual works that can be consulted in real time, a student intranet as well as a platform and a pedagogical support system that trains students in specific guidance and research methodology documentary.
“learning lab” bubbles
The establishment has made available to its students modular, multi-space and digital bubbles equipped with integrated tablets. Learning Labs favors exchange, collaboration and develops teaching practices and tutorials in groups or in pairs.
A “Trading Lab” trading room
Advanced financial market technologies are available for students to become familiar with stock market operations, associated with stock market flows from around the world to support programs in Business Administration, Management, Finance, International Trading and Data Intelligence with close real-life simulations to prepare students for professional life .
An interactive courtroom “Law-Hub” and a Political & Diplomatic Hub “.
The Department of Law and Political Science hosts a think tank and a research center in the collaboration rooms as well as the rendering of an interactive courtroom for the fake trial. Students are supervised by experienced judges and attorneys to prepare them for the profession of lawyer or magistrate, with eloquence competition, coaching in public speaking and many other activities.
An independent “start-up & Co” incubator and accelerator open to the public.
To succeed in an entrepreneurial project, student entrepreneurs in management, business IT, data and communication will benefit from an independent digital co-working space equipped with integrated tablets and modern equipment, which opens its doors at the beginning of next school year. Equipped with a specific framework to connect with the entrepreneurial ecosystem to successfully create and develop businesses and start-ups. A project in partnership with prestigious Grandes Ecoles ranked in the Top 10 Grandes Ecoles in France and in the World Top of the Financial Times; and so many other active and interactive spaces.
European University Group, through the private faculty of political and economic sciences in Tunis and its departments “Europe of Com & Business” and “Sciences Po Tunis”, specializes in Business Administration, Management, Finance, Marketing, Communication, IT Data Science “, law, political science and international relations”.
European University Group aims for academic expertise through innovative programs, active pedagogy and partnerships with prestigious schools and world-renowned universities.
Since its inception, the establishment has received speakers of international stature in Tunisia, including former Prime Minister Dominique De Villepin, former French Foreign Minister Bernard Kouchner, Vice President of the Senate, Jean Pierre Sueur, former Canadian Minister of Health and Immigration Rémy Trudel, and many other senior figures and activists. contributing to the international development of education in Tunisia, the Maghreb and Africa.
SH (according to press release)