The main missions of the UMI are:

contribution to strengthening Islamic and national identity;
initial training and continuing education;
development and dissemination. knowledge, knowledge and culture;
preparing young people for integration into working life, particularly through the development of skills;
scientific and technological research;
the realization of expertises;
contribution to the overall development of the country;
the contribution to the promotion of universal values.

UMI also has a normal vocation to provide all initial education and training and to prepare and deliver the relevant diplomas.

It organizes ongoing training for people engaged or not in the workforce to meet individual or collective needs.


Created by Ordinance 28/75 of April 29, 1975 from the infrastructure of the Institute of Mines and Metallurgy of Annaba, Badji Mokhtar -Annaba- University has experienced a gradual development with opening new channels each year.

  Structured initially in departments attached to the Rectorate, the university saw in 1980, the creation of five institutes (Social Sciences, Languages ​​and Arabic Literature, Natural Sciences, Exact Sciences and Technology, Medical Sciences).

In 1993, it operated with 20 institutes attached to three major families of sectors:

Basic sciences.
Science technologies.
Social sciences and humanities.
  Formerly, a versatile training in the profiles of D.E.S, BA, Engineers, and Senior Technicians (DEUA), Badji Mothtar University -Annaba- was pioneering in the adoption of the new LMD system. Technologically predominant, it nevertheless retains a tradition of human sciences developed since its creation.

 These elements make it a privileged place for interdisciplinarity and interpenetration with its social and industrial environment.

  Since 1999, the university has been restructured into seven (07) faculties grouping 34 departments.

Currently the structures of Badji Mokhtar University are located on eight sites:Sidi Amar, Chaiba (Ex.CEFOS), El Bouni, Sidi Achour, SAFSAF, Annaba (Ex.CITAM), Annaba (Ex.IAP), Annaba (Pierre & Marie CURIE), Annaba (Ex.INESM)


The year 2000 will see the laying of the foundation stone of the university center of the New City Ali MENDJELLI which will lead to the construction of 02 campuses, while in 2003 will be launched the work of realization of the National Center of Research in Biotechnology on this same site. As part of the restructuring proposed by the Rectorate, Executive Decree No. 06.111 of 11 Safar 1427 corresponding to March 11, 2006 amending and supplementing Decree No. 84-213 of 18 August 1984 on the organization and operation of the University of Constantine sets the number of the current vocation of faculties and institutes constituting the University of Constantine as follows:

Faculty of Exact Sciences
Faculty of Science of Nature and Life
Faculty of Engineering Sciences
Faculty of Medicine
Faculty of Law
Faculty of Economics and Management Sciences
Faculty of Human Sciences and Social Sciences
Faculty of Arts and Languages
Faculty of Earth Sciences, Geography and Spatial Planning
Institute of Nutrition and Food and Agribusiness Technologies
Finally, the reception of new infrastructures on the university pole of the new city Ali MENDJELI will give the opportunity to the Faculty of Economics and Management Sciences to join its new campus of the academic year 2004-2005, while the Faculty of Sciences Humanities and Social Sciences will occupy his in September 2006. On the other hand, the achievements will be expected to multiply and it is in this logic that was laid, on April 16, 2007, the cornerstone of the new university city south-west of Mohamed BOUDIAF airport, designed to accommodate 52,000 teaching places organized in grandes écoles.

In parallel with these achievements, the Mentouri University launches the project of the reform of higher education with the implementation of the new system (Bachelor, Master, Doctorate) from the academic year 2004-2005 and starts, from the this academic year, the establishment of the Master courses. This dynamic, supported by the significant financial means granted by the public authorities, will undoubtedly enable Mentouri University to meet the challenges of the development and rapid evolution of Science and Technology, and to assume with its partners, its driving role in the development of a knowledge-based economy.


Vision of Helwan University

Helwan University seeks to be an educational and research institution, a pioneer in technology and arts, and distinguished in education and science in accordance with international quality standards.

Helwan University Thesis

Helwan University is one of the Egyptian government universities working on:

Providing high quality academic programs, governed by local and international standards; to prepare a distinguished graduate capable of competition and creativity, and meet the needs of society and contribute to its development and well-being.
To provide programs to raise the efficiency of faculty members and to develop their educational and research capacities so that this will be reflected positively on both the student and the local and national environment.
Upgrading scientific research in the university.
Achieve continuous education and increase cooperation with international educational institutions.
To achieve education that is effective in serving the community, building its culture and developing its environment, and pushing its production sectors to local, regional and global competition.


Building on its history, Casablanca’s Hassan II University (UH2C), newly created in 2014, is the result of the merger of two Hassan II universities, Mohammedia and Casablanca. This new dynamic reflects our ambition to put our university in the path of excellence in training and scientific research, on the one hand and strengthen our visibility at the African and international levels, on the other hand.

In this perspective, our university has a development project for the period 2015-2018 with a real strategy and an action plan stemming from the action plan of the Ministry of National Education, Vocational Training , Higher Education and Scientific Research to lead a successful change, which requires the support and involvement of the university community and all partners and representative bodies of the University.

The main challenge of the UH2C is to succeed in the merger process by making quality one of the major concerns of training and research at the level of all academic institutions, establish a culture of belonging together to the new entity, harmonize the coherence of the training offer and innovate in pedagogy.

Since its launch in 2014, the UH2C has provided its 103,326 students with important scientific, educational and administrative support, with 2,124 research professors and 982 administrative and technical staff and multidisciplinary training covering all disciplinary fields and promoting and the dissemination of professional knowledge to meet not only socio-economic expectations but also to contribute to the development of the country.

At the level of scientific research, our university has more research facilities with 123 laboratories, 10 research centers, two technological platforms, an Observatory and 10 doctoral study centers offering 46 doctoral courses.

In addition, the UH2C is strongly committed to the digital path by promoting the development of adapted digital platforms and applications that it makes available to its university community (students, teachers and administrators). The UH2C MOOCs project, which was launched in 2015, was designed (and developed), in this sense, to facilitate students’ access to online courses in order to cope with the massification of students.

International openness and the strengthening of cooperation are also one of the priorities of our university, which is continuing its efforts to increase the number of students enrolled in mobility projects. international. A digital university open to the world as the model that aspires our university in the future.

The actions carried out during the 2016-2017 academic year have been scheduled to continue on the one hand the efforts of consolidation of the merger (phase III of the diagram below of the merger) and on the other hand, to carry out actions outlined in the 2015-2018 action plan of the UH2C.

For the success of its action plan, the UH2C has set up an organization around four strategic clusters, favoring participative management.

The vision and the axes of development of the UH2C during the period 2015-2018, were conceived in order to increase the growth and the attractiveness of the university on the national and international scale.

The university’s budget was managed during the three years of the merger, to support the completion of the various projects planned as part of the merger and the 2015-2018 action plan.


Developing a vision for the new university requires awareness of the current state of play in light of the functioning of the two universities Mohammed V Agdal and Souissi. For that, a complete and objective SWOT analysis seems to us to be the most appropriate approach.

Strategic Direction: Define promising objectives
Establishing the objectives of the merger is first of all to take into account the achievements, strengths and achievements of each component of the future university based on its own objectives. It is not a question here of interrupting the current dynamic but of revising it by enjoining the new objectives that will flow from the merger process. The latter must show an ambition at the height of the "mega-university" created and aim for the overrun to ensure the success of this tendency to regrouping which has already proven successful in particular in European countries. Our development strategy will focus mainly on the following orientations:

Think about the training for the professional insertion of the student
Propel Research-Innovation by merging two giants
To radiate and open up to one’s socio-cultural environment
Establish governance culture in governance
Diversify the sources of funding for the university
Focus on the student’s fulfillment for his success
Establish a quality approach through permanent evaluation


The conception of the development of this University is essentially based on a collegial and participative work in which all the components will be requested according to their abilities.
     The objective is to obtain the support of all and establish a collaborative management of the University through the establishment of an effective internal and external communication policy, management methods and appropriate and transparent procedures.

The implementation of a Strategic Action Plan, in consultation with all, will allow Mohamed BOUDIAF University to affirm its profession, vision and values.
In these items, we will develop the main axes, strategies, objectives, actions and indicate the objectives to be achieved with the contribution of the entire university community.
The dialogue will be open, permanent and responsible, without exclusivity or exclusion, with all the staff of the University, at the level of individuals, groups and unions.
       Benefiting from a privileged location near important industrial centers like Arzew, the USTO Mohamed BOUDIAF must be placed in a dynamic of advanced training, association with the social and economic environment and a Research – Development directed
This will be achieved by integrating into the training and research programs the innovation system and the business culture that will help to promote the entrepreneurial spirit of the students.


About the University
Al-Zawya University is one of the governmental universities spread throughout Libya. Established in 1988 on the basis of the decision of the General People’s Committee No. (35). She is a member of the Union of Arab Universities, the Union of African Universities and the Union of Islamic Universities.
The University has 23 faculties in Al-Zawia, Al-Ajailat, Zuwara, including the Arts, Teacher Education, Physical Education, Law, Economics, Science, Veterinary, Agricultural, Engineering, Human Medicine, Dentistry, Public health and information technology.
The university currently administers its buildings and faculties on modern buildings and educational facilities in the city of Al-Zawiya, located six kilometers south of the city of Al-Zawia. It occupies about 100 square hectares.
The number of faculty members in the university is 2981 faculty members of whom (2827) national and (154) expatriates. The number of employees is 2400 employees, technicians and 1900 members of the university guards.

University Vision:
Integration in the field of different sciences and their effectiveness to reach a balance between the requirements of the labor market and the outputs of the university.

University Message:

Al-Zawya University is a governmental scientific institution specialized in university education, graduate studies and scientific research. It provides its services to all segments of society through its capabilities and expertise.

Strategic Objectives:
Preparing and qualifying specialists in the branches of science and knowledge and developing their skills to cope with the needs of the labor market and community service.
Contribute to scientific research and various studies to raise the level of the university, and find solutions to the issues facing development in the Libyan society.
Modernize teaching methods and develop mechanisms and methods used in laboratories and laboratories to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of the specialized training process.
The introduction of the latest methods and administrative systems and training at the university, to develop the capacity of human cadres.
To provide students with an environment conducive to them and to encourage their programs and activities inside and outside the university.
Commitment to continuous development and improvement in all disciplines and updating of vocabulary and syllabus.
To take care of Arabic as the cultural container of the Arab-Islamic civilization and to support the use of living languages ​​in educational institutions.
Providing scientific consultations to the bodies, institutions, companies, administrative departments and various public and private bodies.
Supporting and activating joint cooperation with universities and other scientific institutions and institutions at home and abroad.
To promote ethics and ethics and to establish the principle of professional ethics, equal opportunities and teamwork.
Spread the culture of environmental sanitation and sustainable development inside and outside the university.


The Tunisian Virtual University (UVT), a public institution created in January 2002, has the main mission of developing online courses and university programs for Tunisian universities.

the UVT provides its students with vocational courses adapted to the needs of the economic, social, national and international environment.

The UVT will continue to offer distance or hybrid training and will develop appropriate techno-pedagogical models. It will be an innovative university of reference at the national and international level as it is resolutely turned towards innovation accompanied by an ambitious research policy. It will network with the entire Tunisian and international academic world and operators in the field of information and communication technologies.


Unisa is the largest open distance learning institution in Africa and the longest standing dedicated distance education university in the world. We enrol nearly one-third of all South African students.

Founded in 1873 as the University of the Cape of Good Hope, the institution became the first public university in the world to teach exclusively by means of distance education in 1946. Throughout the years, Unisa was perhaps the only university in South Africa to have provided all people with access to education, irrespective of race, colour or creed. This vibrant past is mirrored in our rich history, more particularly our massive and impressive database of alumni, some of whom are to be found in the most senior levels of society across the world.

Given our rootedness in South Africa and the African continent, Unisa today can truly claim to be the African university in the service of humanity.

We have embraced the fact that we need to adapt quickly to the fast-paced higher education environment of the 21st century and this is reflected in our management style and leadership practice. In addition, one of our main aims is to harness the new and emerging potential in information and communication technology to catapult the university into a truly digital future.

We offer an unparalleled range of study choices, ranging from short courses and certificate programmes to three-and four-year degrees and diplomas, to over 400 000 current students. As one of the leading research institutions on the continent, our research efforts have won us numerous awards, recognitions and honours.

Our strategy

At Unisa, our vision, mission and values unite our diverse culture while guiding us in our decision making and strategic planning.

“The African University shaping futures in the service of humanity”

Our vision defines everything that we do. It describes our wish to serve every country on the African continent while transcending language and cultural barriers. We are 100% committed to the communities and individuals we serve.

Unisa is a comprehensive, open distance learning institution that produces excellent scholarship and research, provides quality tuition and fosters active community engagement. We are guided by the principles of lifelong learning, student centredness, innovation and creativity. Our efforts contribute to the knowledge and information society, advance development, nurture a critical citizenry and ensure global sustainability.