Polytech Intl, perspectives and innovations 

Polytech Intl, perspectives and innovations 

The founders of Polytech Intl have chosen from the outset to place the institution in a perspective of excellence in two dimensions:

*Internationalisation, with in particular

  •   Soliciting accreditation,
  •   The adoption of the best international standards in both teaching and assessment practices,
  •   Cooperation with similar institutions abroad (to develop exchange programmes for trainers and/or student-engineers, to relocate international diplomas or to ensure double degrees),


  •     By adopting the path of non-specialisation of the institution,
  •     By encouraging the coexistence of several different but complementary technical channels.

Based on these fundamental dimensions, the strategic orientation note for Polytech Intl.

1- Innovation, valorisation, transfer and entrepreneurship

The success of engineers in a globalised economy depends greatly on their ability to innovate, which is closely linked to the ability to beentrepreneurial. This is why the entrepreneurial culture is strongly developed and encouraged.Technological entrepreneurship initiatives within our student community as well as among our teaching staff will be supported in various ways.

On the national level, in its contribution to the development of innovation in Tunisia, Polytech Intl has organised itself to be able to act on the entire knowledge chain, from initial higher education to the transfer of research results to the economy.

Thus, after having designed and finalised an engineering school, combining technoscience with managerial practice, Polytech created a structure called Startup International (Startup Intl).

In this initiative,innovation is taken in its broadest sense. It includes the invention of a process or the filing of a patent as well as the development of any idea that could transform knowledge into growth and well-being. Its field of interest is not limitative and goes beyond information and communication technologies to areas as diverse as

  • The leisure industry and cultural engineering,
  • Services,
  • Power engineering,
  • The green economy,
  • Architecturaldesign
  • Intelligent buildings.


2- Anchoring with research and innovation

Student training and research activity are closely linked in an engineering school. The two missions constitute an indissociable whole, which provides significant added value, both for the training of young people and for the economic dynamism of companies.

3- European and international anchoring

International cooperation has always been at the heart of Polytech Intl's policy and is a priority and structuring issue. As already mentioned, the international aspect is part of the two founding ideas of Polytech Intl, which are reflected in its name.

Polytech Intl 's international presence is reflected in the following ways

  • The commitment to gain access to international accreditations, in particular European accreditations (EUR-ACE ), enabling it to develop a wider network of academic and professional partnerships,
  • The continued desire to link the school's programmes to similar programmes in recognised higher education institutions, either through double degree agreements, relocation or mobility.

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