Frequently Asked Questions
Answers to Frequently Asked Questions
In order to prepare you for an increasingly globalized economy and to enable you to keep up with the latest research publications and technological advancements, mostly reported and published in English, MUST teaches all technical subjects in English. To get admitted to one of MUST programs, you must demonstrate sufficient proficienty in the English language, equivalent to 560 in the TOEFL paper test or 220 in the CBT Test. You can check the admissions policy for more details and specific score levels in various English standardized tests. But if your score is not good enough, our staff can help you register for additional English courses to get your level to that required for success at MUST.
We have an open door policy, you can visit us anytime, and a member of staff will be more than happy to answer your questions on MUST and its innovative teaching approach.
Yes, in addition to formal education (LMD and engineering degree programs), MUST also offers professional and executive education services. Active learning strategies and hybrid learning approaches are also applied in our professional and executive education courses, making learning more enjoyable and effective.
MUST is fashioned along the North American model of higher education, designed from the outset to meet ABET accreditation standards.
However, MUST is at the forefront of pedagogical innovation at the regional and international levels, applying active and hybrid learning strategies that are more aligned with the needs and technologies available in the twenty first century.
Thanks to its large network of academics and researchers from the Tunisian scientific diaspora, students at MUST can participate in internatioal research projects in collaboration with global research teams.