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INSAT is created within the framework of cultural, scientific, technical and financial cooperation between Tunisia and France.
The National Institute of Applied Sciences and Technology (INSAT) is a Tunisian institute that is affiliated with the University of Carthage. Admission is very competitive and generally students must hold a good average on the national exam to be admitted. Training technicians and engineers, it provides a post-baccalaureate education over a period of three and five years. Starting with two main branches ACB (Applied-Chemistry-Biology) and  MPC (Math-Physics-Computer science) for the first year of integrated preparatory cycle, further branching to 2 tracks for ACB students, and 5 tracks for MPC students