MSB student Aziz Saoudi meets the challenges as Hult Prize Foundation Campus Director

Aziz Saoudi, a student of Business Administration at the MSB-Mediterranean School of Business, has not the same path as an ordinary student of his age who attends courses and pass exams. Being active and smart students he made the choice of joining the Hult Prize Foundation. Speaking about His student life in the Mediterranean School of Business, he said it has another dimension and a completely different course compared to other universities in the city of Tunis. The Campus life at the South Mediterranean University is more than attending lectures and…

Tunisia hands 242 hectares of state land to jobless youths

 Minister of State Property and Real Estate Affairs, , handed over 242 hectares of state-owned land to unemployed Tunisian youths. At a visit to El Kef governorate, the minister handed over the land to the mayor of the governorate. The land included 108 hectares for university graduates  134 hectares for those who do not have degrees. The land is to be distributed in the four neighbourhoods of Touiref, Dahamani, Ksour and Sers. The direction to distribute the land was signed by the Minister of State Property and Real Estate Affairs, as well as the Minister of Agriculture, Water Resources…

EU looks at Morocco and Tunisia to offload migrants

Member states are pressing to get Morocco and Tunisia onto a list of so-called “safe third countries” on to which to offload people seeking asylum. The move appears linked to stalled plans for setting up centres in countries rimming the Mediterranean to take in disembarked rescued migrants at sea. The safe third country concept entails dispatching people, regardless of nationality, back to places where they initially transited through. It means, for instance, a sub-Saharan African who travelled through Morocco to reach Europe could be sent back to Morocco to have his asylum…

Tunisia, Germany ink USD1.9b investment deals

Tunisia and Germany were announced to have inked five investment deals on various fields at a value of around USD1.9 billion. The five documents were secured during a trip to Tunisia made by Gerd Muller, German Federal Minister for Economic Cooperation and Development. The agreements Tunisia and Germany penned were unveiled to be covering areas of employment, dairy industry, tourism and textiles. The two sides supported their tough economic cooperation by signing two memorandums of understanding. TunisianMonitorOnline (NAFNAF)