On the 1st of October 2018, ISESCO hosted 4 groups of its exchange students program coming from Morocco (Rabat, Kénitra, Tétouan), Ivory Coast (Abidjan), Mali (Bamako), Senegal (Dakar) and Mauritania (Nouakchott), who benefit from the TAFAHUM Programme.
Since 2016, ISESCO launched TAFAHUM Programme to develop educational cooperation between the universities of Islamic countries; to bring together scientific communities; to share experiences acquired and mutualize good practices both in training and research; and to strengthen the culture of belonging to the Islamic World through academic networks. Considering the added value and increased role of the mobility between scientific communities in rising the quality of higher Education in the Islamic world, TAFAHUM Programme represents a new stage in the lives of the students since they will discovering a new country with different culture and traditions.
During this year, 20 students from 8 universities will benefit from this programme (Master’s Degree) in the fields of Energetic, Geology, Mathematics, Computer Sciences, Quality Management in Biotechnology Industries, Environment and Sustainable Development, etc.
Mrs Wafaa El Alami, the Supervisor of ISESCO Centre for the Promotion of Scientific Research (ICPSR), welcomed the 20 students and also gave them a brief presentation about ISESCO and its main projects.
She also focused on the fact that TAFAHUM will bring them valuable learning in terms of academic resources and professional careers. Last but not least, she wished them the best and all the success in their graduation work.
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