Experts discuss development prospects for higher education to reinforce young graduates' employability | Tunisia News Gazette

Experts discuss development prospects for higher education to reinforce young graduates’ employability

Works of an international conference focusing on the “Impact of Education on Employment,” kicked off on Wednesday at the Tunis Ibn Sharaf Higher Institute of Human Sciences.

Participating in this three-day conference organised at the initiative of the Arab-German Young Academy (AGYA), several countries including Germany, Spain, Belgium, the United Arab Emirates, Sultanate of Oman, Sudan and Egypt, said academy regional-coordinator Zied Kebir.

The meeting aims to examine the development prospects of the higher education sector in order to consolidate the employability of young graduates, he pointed out.

For his part, director of the Ibn Sharaf institute Noureddine Neyfar explained that this scientific conference aims to boost co-operation in education between Tunisia and Germany

Neyfar called for investments in energy science, biotechnology and specialties in medicine and veterinary medicine, stressing the importance of increasing university budgets.

Academic and researcher in German language and literature Anis Ben Amor indicated that a co-operation program will be launched shortly and will consist in exchanging students between the two countries, recalling that the academy offers project funding lines for the benefit of young researchers worth between Euros 20 and 30 thousand per project.

Source: TAP News Agency

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