Association of Tunisian Skilled People in Switzerland organises two training sessions for 100 Tunisian students | Tunisia News Gazette

Association of Tunisian Skilled People in Switzerland organises two training sessions for 100 Tunisian students

The Association of Tunisian Skilled People in Switzerland (ACTS) is organising two training sessions for 100 students of the Tunis Business School (TBS), as part of an ACTS-TBS project aimed at ensuring the transfer of Tunisian skills abroad, promising a great added value for Tunisian students.

The first high-level training seminar that will be held on February 15 and 16, 2018 at TBS will focus on advanced econometric techniques for teachers and PhD students of the Finance Accounting and Taxation Research Unit (FCF) and having research in the fields of economics and finance.

The second session, “Managing Business Change in an Extending Digital World,” will take place on February 17, 2018, at TBS.

The action carried out by the ACTS is part of the realisation of a project to organise targeted training sessions, to present to Tunisian students the knowledge and expertise acquired by Tunisian skills at the university and to enable Tunisian students to develop new knowledge on current issues at the international level in a dynamic and informal setting, by interacting with Tunisian practitioners working on these topics in Swiss.

The Association of Tunisian Skilled People in Switzerland, created in October 2016, aims to contribute to strengthening the Tunisian-Swiss partnership by mobilising skills for the effective transfer of Tunisian know-how in Switzerland for sustainable, fair and inclusive development of Tunisia.

Source: TAP News Agency

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