The Mohammed V University of Rabat launches a new engineering cycle

The Mohammed V University of Rabat has just launched the new cycle called “Engineer Entrepreneur Course” (PIE), the objective being to train future innovative leaders and entrepreneurs.

Concretely, the kick-off of this Engineering cycle at the National School of Computer Science and Systems Analysis (ENSIAS) was given by Mohammed Rhachi, President of the University, during an information day recently organized for the benefit of first-year engineering students, with the participation of institutional and social economic partners.

Mr. Rhachi who indicated that this new architecture of the engineering cycle aims to develop learning by action with the ambition of training innovative leaders, entrepreneurs and citizens. This strategy, he continued, is part of the development project of Mohammed V University to support the digital transformation of our country and our continent.

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For his part, Ilham Berrada, Director of ENSIAS, specified that the school, through its “ENSIAS 4.0” project, places the development of entrepreneurship and innovation at the highest level of its priorities to continue to play its role as agents of change and generator of wealth in the service of society.

Also, the new architecture of the engineering cycle was unveiled to engineering students through the choice of courses, namely: Alternating Course, International Course, R&D Engineer Course and Entrepreneur Engineer Course (PIE).

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