This document aims to achieve harmonized and shared service levels, with the possibility of developing existing systems of Higher Education Institutions in Tunisia towards excellence.
This manual describes the organization, activities and various responsibilities within the University, as well as the policy and the Quality Management System (QMS) in Tunisia.
The purpose of the procedures’ manual is to provide a formal framework for the execution of administrative operations and to describe the administrative, financial and accounting organization.
This European report aims at establishing the state of the art of sustainability measures in each of the 5 universities of the consortium.
The present text includes a summary of recommendations and an action plan for activating quality committees in Higher Education Institutions.
The CIM Competence Framework is the reference for the recognition and assessment of 15 competencies related to the management of Creativity and Innovation that students and trainees should develop to improve their employment opportunities.
SAGESSE’s roadmap aims to provide suggestions in the area of governance and autonomy.
The SSaMs Learning Materials support the learning process of undergraduate sports students providing basic concepts and supporting materials on how implement mentoring strategies with boys and young men.
The SSaMs Train the Trainer Materials are ready-to-use resources, meant for sports lectures and trainers, which include the session plans and the PowerPoint presentations for each session of the module.
The SSaMs Dissemination Report aims at summarizing the SSaMs project results in a way that will facilitate its dissemination for interested parts.
The aim of these video tutorials is to provide practical information to the learners who wish to acquire/update their skills on this field.
Un manuale per aiutare i docenti universitari a elaborare dei corsi modulari o dei seminari sui temi dell’Inclusione, della Diversità e dell’Eguaglianza.
The research offers an analysis of the university system in Tunisia and of the autonomy of Tunisian universities from an academic, organizational, financial and HR-management point of view.
The report provides proposals of action that we believe can contribute to a higher participation of young women in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) fields of study (especially those related to aeronautics) and to increase employability rates of women within the AI. By increasing female participation in these fields, we also hope the project’s results can lead to improvements in the capacity of innovation and growth of the European enterprises involved in the AI and related sectors.
The purpose of this document is to describe the findings from the analysis of the current situation concerning women’s participation in scientific studies and in the Aeronautic Industry, from each country included in the consortium, but also other EU countries have been considered.