Open Days 2022 – Faculty of Process Engineering – UC3

Open Days 2022 – Faculty of Process Engineering – UC3

Open Days: Faculty of Process EngineeringUC3: From July 17 to 20, 2022 for new baccalaureate students 2022.

The Faculty of Process EngineeringUniversity of Constantine 3 Salah Boubnider, from this Sunday and over a period of four days, organizes for you: the new baccalaureate students 2022 “our future students”, its Open Days at the level of the Faculty of Architecture UC3.
And in this context, the Faculty of Process Engineering has assigned a team of educational managers and teachers specialized in this field that you can exchange with. Our specialists answer all your questions and all your concerns, in particular that many new baccalaureate students find it difficult to choose the course that suits them.

Good luck to all and Welcome.

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Meeting held on 03/23/2022 with new doctoral students in order to choose the theme of the doctoral thesis

Today on 03/23/2022, the Dean of the Faculty of Process Engineering Prof. Dr. “Mohamed Habib BELMAHI” held a meeting with the new doctoral students who passed the examination for the 2021-2022 doctoral competition with the aim of choosing the theme of the thesis for each student, in the presence of each of the two vice- dean of the Faculty of Process Engineering, the director of scientific research, as well as the supervising teachers responsible for the themes of doctoral theses.

The meeting took place in good conditions, the successful candidates were initially congratulated by the heads of the faculty as well as by the supervising teachers, they then followed a brief presentation of the thesis subjects proposed by each teacher. And then the opportunity was offered to new doctoral students to ask their questions around the proposed themes, to which the teachers supervising their role answered and clarified things.

At the end of the meeting, each student has chosen the theme of his own thesis, as well as his teacher who will accompany him during his LMD doctoral training (3rd cycle).

Please find below the final results after everyone agrees: