Meeting in Tunis on registration procedures and admission fees at Harvard College | Tunisia News Gazette

Meeting in Tunis on registration procedures and admission fees at Harvard College

Harvard College pays the various admission fees for students, whose parents’ income does not exceed $ 65 thousand a year (the equivalent of nearly 161 thousand dinars), said Maxwell Dikkers, Harvard College Admissions Officer.

At a meeting with students, parents and educational and guidance counselors, held Saturday at the university’s office in Tunis, focused on undergraduate studies at Harvard University, Dikkers explained the procedures for registration.

He said admission fees including airfare, accommodation and others will be paid provided proving with presentation of official documents that the income of both parents does not exceed 65 thousand dollars a year.

Nearly 85 pc of Tunisian students can benefit from studying at Harvard University for free, said Dikkers.

The application begins from December of each year (year of baccalaureate) and the response will be given in March, said the same source, recalling that August 31 is the date of start of studies in Harvard University.

Dikkers has called on candidates to visit the university’s website www.college.harvard.edu for more information.

The founder of Harvard College’s office in Tunis, Hazem Belgacem said the office, founded in 2015, helps and supports Tunisian graduates of this American university to continue their studies and research in Tunisia.

Advice and information is also provided to students wishing to pursue their studies at Harvard College, he added.

Source: TAP News Agency

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