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Manouba University is a public university in Manouba, Tunisia. The school has recently garnered attention for escalating tensions between its secular traditions and a base of ultraconservative Salafist students in the wake of the Tunisian Revolution's political upheaval. The University of Manouba intends to attract students who want to develop their potential. For this, executives, teachers, and researchers are working to revitalize the links between research and teaching by applying the necessary complementarity between the humanities, social, technical, experimental, literature, and the arts. By placing youth at the center of its concerns, it offers cross-curricula. It provides training that appeals to curiosity, the need to learn, respect for critical thinking by combining rigor, pedagogy, creative capacity, registration in local realities, and openness to knowledge and universal situations.


The standard and distinctive values of the University of Manouba can be grouped into 3 Cs:

 Criticism, Creativity, and Friendliness as follows:

1- Criticism, requirement, rigor, seriousness, tradition, ethics, responsibility, professionalism

2- Creativity, originality, singularity, Initiative, reactivity, dynamism;

3- Friendliness, quality of life, gaiety, openness, proximity, listening, accessibility 


The University of Manouba places the student at the center of its raison d'être and its educational and scientific mission. While respecting the legal provisions, it ensures:

Respond to the needs of the country and be part of its development priorities by working to:       

• Promote the development, dissemination, and sharing of cutting-edge, fundamental, and applied knowledge.    

• Develop students' skills and prepare them for professional life.      

• Encourage cultural, sporting and social activities and prepare students for civilian life

Ensure the integration of its establishments in external networks by ensuring:       

• Regulate, negotiate, and represent establishments with the regulatory authorities.       

• Build links of lasting partnerships with the socio-economic world.       

• Build lasting ties of cooperation with the international community.

Ensure scientific, educational, and administrative coordination between the establishments that report to it, ensuring:     

• Continuous improvement of quality in the scientific, educational, administrative, and financial fields.     

• Build complementarity links between establishments.     

• Distribute and federate resources for the achievement of common goals.


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