Scientific relationships and partnerships of all kinds are becoming increasingly important in today’s world. The process of establishing regional, national or international cooperation for the benefit of our universities is currently very present in the discourse of the scientific and academic community. This new trend is based on the current vision of the State in the field of economic development and growth materialized by national research programs (Food security, energy security and citizen’s health) launched by the Ministry of higher education and scientific research to strengthen national cooperation between researchers, economic actors and national skills abroad.

Scientific (mobility, residential training and international projects) and socio-cultural (scientific events) cooperation undoubtedly allows the transfer of scientific knowledge, skills and know-how. The valorization of this knowledge and skills acquired in collaboration with the socio-economic fabric will then make it possible to find practical solutions to the problems related to economic development and to establish an entrepreneurial spirit among young graduates.