TABC plans to organize the first edition of this event on August 22 and 23, 2017 at the Convention Center in Tunis, in partnership with the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research, the Ministry of Vocational Training and Employment, The AESAT
(Association of African Students and Trainees in Tunisia), private universities and training centers.
President Toure Blamassi said, at the end of this meeting , that he had informed the president about the difficulties African students are facing as regards integration into the Tunisian society and rise in tuition fees, especially for enrolment in private universities , in addition to the lack of job prospects for African students who graduate from Tunisian universities, adds the statement.
On the occasion, AESAT
chairman Landry Badiali expressed gratitude to President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali for having kindly accepted to organise this event in Tunisia.