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The PROEMED project is promoted by the European Commission in the scheme of the Erasmus+ “Capacity Building in Higher Education” programme. It is implemented in Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia, as a curriculum development joint project and purses the objective to design, establish and implement new Master study programmes on “Environmental Protection and Energy Efficient Buildings” in the Partner Countries.

The Master programmes and the related training delivered both in the Partner Countries and Member States are focused on the engineering approach for energy efficiency in buildings, since this sector is responsible for about 40% of global primary energy consumption. In order to reduce energy intensity, a significant scientific activity has been developed in recent years, leading to the definition of the concept of "NZEB: Net Zero Energy Building". Important features of PROEMED are also:

• Participation from stakeholders’ institutions (local authorities responsible for environmental issues, entrepreneurs associations, research centres on energy issues) that are contributing to the analysis of trends and structural changes in the PCs higher education systems. Such partnership ensures a fundamental support to the project's objectives, in order to promote synergies among academia, labour market and key players of the different socio-economic frameworks in South Mediterranean Region;

• Dissemination in important Algerian, Moroccan and Tunisian Universities of the skills related to the design of study programmes compliant with the trends of the Bologna Process. According to this, the learning outcomes structure has been introduced by moving from an institutional to a student-centered approach.

Duration15th October 2016 / 14th October 2019

Coordinator:  University of Genoa, Italy (International Cooperation Office)


Higher Education Institutions:

University of Tlemcen, Algeria

University of Mostaganem, Algeria

Euro-Mediterranean University of Fes, Morocco

University Cadi Ayyad, Marrakech, Morocco

University of Sousse, Tunisia

University of Gabes, Tunisia

Warsaw University of Life Sciences, Poland

University of La Rochelle, France


Non-university Partners:

AGORA Institute for Knowledge Management & Development, Alicante, Spain

TICASS Consortium, Genoa, Italy

Horizons pour le Développement Local, Jendouba, Tunisia

Centre de Développement de la Région de Tensift, Marrakech, Morocco

Institut Méditerraneen de Technologie, Oran – El Menzah, Algeria


Associated Partners:

Chambre de Commerce et d’Industrie du Centre, Sousse, Tunisia

Epic Chambre Algerienne de Commerce et d’Industrie, Alger, Algeria

Confédération Générale des entreprises du Moroc, Casablanca, Morocco


Programme:  ERASMUS+ KA2 - Capacity Building in HE

Contact Person: Pr. Tijani BOUNAHMIDI

Working team: Pr. Sébastien VAUDREUIL; Pr. Khalil EL MABROUK; M. Rédouane HALIMY; Dr. Yousra TAHRI; Dr. Mohamed RABI

Impact of PROEMED project (at national / local / institutional level):

As part of this project, the EuroMed University of Fes has set up a training course entitled "Design and Engineering of Green Buildings". This program is accredited by Moroccan Ministry of National Education, Vocational Training, Higher Education and Scientific Research in June 2018.

The PROEMED project team at UEMF, composed of professors Tijani BOUNAHMIDI, Sébastien VAUDREUIL, Khalil EL MABROUK, Rédouane HALIMY and Yousra TAHRI, was represented in all the events organized for members of the consortium in Genoa, Warsaw, La Rochelle, Fes, Marrakech and Tlemcen. A team of 9 junior UEMF teachers took part in the training given at the University of Genoa and also at the Tlemcen meeting.

A teaching manual for this Master was prepared by the PROEMED team of UEMF mentioned above, with the contribution of Professor Mohamed RABI and engineer Ms. Meriem CHAANAOUI.



Voir aussi

    Projet PROEMED- Erasmus+  

05 Octobre 2018

Dans le cadre du projet PROEMED- Erasmus+ financé par la commission européenne, une délégation de l’UEMF, formée de trois enseignants chercheurs, et de huit doctorants, s’est rendue à Tlemcen du 30 août au 2 septembre 2018 pour participer à une rencontre sur l’efficacité énergétique des bâtiments.

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