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Tunisia – UK Visa procedures for Tunisian students eased

(TAP) – The United Kingdom’s Foreign Office has announced a reduction in visa procedures for Tunisian students who wish to pursue their academic studies in the United Kingdom as of April 6, 2019, according to a statement of the Ministry[...]

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Strategic Partnership for Organisation in Tunis of the ABEF 2019

he Tunisian-British Chamber of Commerce (TBCC) and the Africa Blue Economy Forum (ABEF) signed, on Wednesday, a strategic partnership for the organisation of the 2nd edition of Africa Blue Economy Forum (ABEF) which will take place in Tunis on june 25 and 26,[...]

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Tunisian Delegation Led by Mr. Slim Kalbous, Minister of Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, visit London

A Tunisian delegation led by HE Mr. Slim Khalbous, Minister of HigherEducation and Scientific Research, participated in the “Education WorldForum 2019″ (EWF), held in London from 20 to 23 January 2019.  The delegation included several actors in the Education sector[...]

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TBCC meets The British Members of the Parliament from the UK All-Party Parliamentary Group on Tunisia

8 November 2018: The Board of the Tunisian-British Chamber of Commerce hosted a lunch on the occasion of the visit of British Members of the Parliament from the UK All-Party Parliamentary Group on Tunisia. It was a great occasion to[...]

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Tunisia-UK Higher Education and Scientific Research Commission Meeting

26 October 2018: The members of the Tunisia-UK Higher Education and Scientific Research Commission met virtually in Tunis and London. The Commission promotes Tunisia-UK collaboration on governance, supports students and researchers to study and work in each other’s countries and[...]

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CCM Meeting with the International Trade Committee of the European Parliament,

The trade and investment environment in Tunisia and notably the economic situation in the country, access to the European market and the progress made in negotiations on the Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreement (DCFTA) were the focus of a[...]

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Tunisian Head of Government, Youssef Chahed, meets with the Council of bilateral Chambers represented by the Presidents of 16 Bilateral Chambers of Commerce.

The follow-up of the meeting held June 29 between the Council of Joint Chambers (CCM) with Prime Minister Youssef Chahed, and the actions to be undertaken, in coordination with the Tunisian government, were the focus of the meeting held on Friday[...]

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The Tunsian-British Chamber of Commerce Member of the New UK-Tunisia Higher Education Commission

“The UK and Tunisia building Higher Education partnerships is a win-win situation, and the real winners will be the thousands of students and academics in both our countries who benefit” In this context, Minister for Higher Education Slim Khalbous and UK[...]

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Tunisia-England World Cup Match Viewing

The Tunisian British Chamber of Commerce and the British Embassy hosted at the British Residence a viewing of the Tunisia-England World Cup match! Great atmosphere and sports spirit![...]

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New Perspectives and Opportunities for the Tunisian-British Partnership

A workshop organised by TBCC, Cepex and British Embassy in presence of the Secretary of State for International Trade. The event saw the presentation of an important study about removing Market Access Barriers and Enhancing UK-Tunisia Trade, as well as[...]

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