The UK Ambassador to Tunisia, Helen Wenterton attended yesterday the launching ceremony of the programs of the University of London-LSE in Tunisia by which a partnership contract was inked between Carthage Business School-CBS – from UTC and the University of London and New bachelor programs from the London School of Economics-LSE- was launched.
Ambassador Wenterto told Tunisie Numérique about the launch of this partnership while stressing that the University of Tunis Carthage has been recognized as a prestigious learning center for the programs of the University of London- London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).
“This partnership will present other academic chances to students and researchers from Tunis Carthage University. This will definitely facilitate the integration of Tunisian graduates into the labor market,” said Ambassador Helen Wenterton. The Ambassador voiced her gratitude for the conclusion of this partnership with Tunisia in the field of Education and Higher Education.
In addition to this partnership, Britain will offer students the opportunity to profit from “Chevening” scholarships to fund their master’s studies. Other cooperation projects will be launched in higher education internationally, she added. According to her, Britain seeks not only to grant funding to students but likewise to invest in learning the English language. Note that the Minister of Education partook last week in the World Education Forum in London.