Erasmus plus - MIC Tunisia

Témoignages des étudiants internationaux au Cnam

1 mars 2023
30 septembre 2024

Erasmus+ MIC Tunisie 2022/2023

Published by DDEI on 28 March 2023

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Le programme Erasmus+ Mobilité internationale de crédits (MIC) a été créé par la Commission européenne en 2015 et vise à promouvoir les échanges internationaux avec des établissements d'enseignement supérieur hors Europe. En 2020, c'est le projet MIC Tunisie et MIC Russie du Cnam qui a été retenu. Grâce aux bourses Erasmus+, plus de 20 étudiants viennent de Tunisie pour suivre des cours de Master et étudier dans différents laboratoires de recherche du Cnam à Paris. Voici quelques-uns de leurs témoignages.

 The overal experience is amazing. Paris is like a new world to me. In six months, I think I have met people from all over the world, from different countries, from different cultures. With my friends, I get to learn new things and learn to be independent. Without this program, I would not meet all these wonderful people. The classes are taught in English, which helps me a lot to improve my English. I have the opportunity to practice what I have learned in the projects, which is very helpful.MIC Tunisia 2

(Manel Siala, Erasmus exchange student from University of Carthage, Tunisia)

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One of the highlights of the program was the cultural exchange that I had with people from different parts of the world. The program provided me with an opportunity to meet people from various countries, learn about their cultures, and exchange ideas with them.
In addition, the program organized various cultural activities and visits to museums and cultural centers, which allowed me to learn about the rich history and art of Paris. These activities not only provided me with an opportunity to explore the city but also gave me a chance to bond with my fellow program participants and make new friends.

One of the things that impressed me the most about the Erasmus+ program was the emphasis on academic growth. I had the opportunity to attend lectures and seminars at the Conservatoire national des arts et métiers (CNAM), which helped me expand my knowledge and learn from world-class experts.

(Anas Hattay, Erasmus exchange student from University of Carthage, Tunisia)