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73 universities, 15 countries and 100 000 students in engineering and engineering sciences
73 universities and schools of engineering have been working together over the past fifteen years with the twofold aim of promoting the teaching of sustainable development in engineering higher education in the Mediterranean countries and of playing a key role in working out a sustainable development policy that will be thought through globally and applied locally.
The ambition of the Réseau Méditerranéen des Écoles d’Ingénieur (RMEI) is to be part of a dynamic aiming to make of the
The actions of the RMEI concern not only student engineers and higher education institutions but also industry and local government. The RMEI seeks to give the engineers trained here a sense of pride in working in and for the Mediterranean region and in acting during the 40 years of their career as responsible drivers of economic development, fully aware of the need to take into account the priorities at both local and national levels. The network is able to work in partnership with both major groups and SMEs by focussing on the task of identifying the problems that are specific to the
EDUCATION, INNOVATION, RESEARCH are the key words adopted by the RMEI. The various actions undertaken by the network focus on education (sustainable development cindynics, microelectronics, eco-design), quality (assessment of institutions, of educational courses), research on topics linked to sustainable development in the Mediterranean region and technology transfer in partnership with the business incubator Marseille-Innovation.
The Mediterranean, while remaining closely linked with
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