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15 July 2013

EEUA has participated in the Higher Education Fair in Tunisia

For the second time this year EEUA has participated in the Higher Education Fair in Tunisia  patronized by EEUA long-term partner World Study Centre. The fair lasted 2 days, namely on the weekend of July 13-14, so that all interested students got the opportunity to attend the event along with their parents. This time it was the Tunisian hotel AFRICA that was chosen as the venue for this major event.


A great number of prospective students visited the fair with their parents and the majority got very attracted to EEUA stand. Each student had the chance to personally speak with EEUA representative in French language, which made the communication process much easier and more relaxing.


The most demanded courses as usual were General Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy and Engineering. EEUA representative provided the students with information about courses in French and English medium, as well as Russian medium courses. The students were keen to find out about possibilities of studying in French, however many of them were also ready to commence education in English or Russian. EEUA representative explained the benefits the students would get from studying in Russian language, such as more career opportunities upon graduation, higher internship chances, easier communication with patients. Moreover, Russian is one of UNO official languages and will definitely be an asset in future life.


The students willing to study in French were lucky to get the exclusive chance to personally meet Ryazan State Medical University International Department Head who provided them with the latest information about the admission process and necessary application documents.


The students eagerly watched different videos featuring Russian&Ukrainian universities and cities, and were particularly impressed by the cleanness of the cities and their rich infrastructure. The majority of Tunisian students were interested to obtain their degree in either Moscow or Kyiv. However, many students also inquired about Ivano-Frankovsk and Dnepropetrovsk.


In the meantime EEUA rep also discussed the possibilities of cooperation with several universities from Romania as well as 2 German language schools.


EEUA representative was enourmously grateful for the warm hospitality and competence of  World Study Center which greatly facilitated the achievement of EEUA  main goal – help the Tunisian students to get admission to Russian&Ukrainian universities.

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