Rabat - The National Institute of Posts and Telecommunications (INPT) in Rabat is rebranding itself as a digitally-focused school in a new campaign for dynamic, continuous growth.
Rabat – The National Institute of Posts and Telecommunications (INPT) in Rabat is rebranding itself as a digitally-focused school in a new campaign for dynamic, continuous growth.
The “Go Digital by INPT” initiative seeks to meet the needs of an ever-developing, increasingly digital market. The company spent years of analysis—stakeholder interviews, internal diagnoses, and 30 workshops held worldwide—identifying the needs of Moroccan companies in light of technological and national trends.
Seven first-time programs for the coming academic year reflect the institute’s new signature goal: “Being the reference engineering school that attracts the best profiles and trains the best laureates, at the service of the development of the digital ecosystem.”
Students at INPT can now study data science engineering, cyber security and digital trust engineering, advanced software engineering for digital services, smart information and communication technology engineering, cloud engineering, innovation engineering, or embedded systems engineer and digital services.
Each training program, designed to be “rich in new scientific skills and soft skills,” contains between 30 and 40 students to maximize quality of training.
Focused on training, research, and expertise, the school has long graduated students in fields of telecommunications and technology. Its new vision centers on three pillars.
The first pillar of Go Digital by INTP has four objectives: “to recruit the best profiles; train engineers and digital professionals in line with the needs of the market; to position itself as a regional hub for digital training and finally to facilitate the integration of young graduates into the professional world.”
Secondly, INTP aims to establish itself at the heart of research and innovation in the digital entrepreneurship ecosystem, constructing partnerships at both the national and international level.
The third pillar acknowledges human capital as the key factor of a digital transformation.
By playing a role in developing the digital ecosystem and sustaining dynamic transformation, Go Digital by INPT plans to “train the leaders of tomorrow.”