Tunisia, May 27th, 2020 – The Académie d’Art de Carthage (AAC) is an Arts and Design vocational training school under the supervision of the Ministry of Employment and Vocational Training in Tunisia. It was founded in 2008 and it provides vocational training and continuing education courses.

The Académie d’Art de Carthage (AAC) draws its uniqueness from its selection of training courses that are designed to be both a universe of artistic expression and also a provide employable skills.

Courses are structured around four key teaching disciplines:

  • Audiovisual and Photography
  • Computer Graphics and Multimedia
  • Architecture and Design
  • Journalism and Animation

The Académie d’Art de Carthage (AAC) has set the main mission of offering its students an opportunity to familiarize themselves with the professional world.

Académie d’Art de Carthage (AAC)

16, Rue Ibn Tafargine
1002 Belvedere


Telephone: (+216) 71 792 543

World-Class Medical Simulation Centre Opens in Tunisia, Firmly Cementing Honoris as a Leading Provider of Health Education in North Africa

Tunis, Tunisia, November 12th, 2018CEO of Honoris United Universities, Tunisia, Houbeb Ajmi Ramdi, said, “This centre will be a reference point for global standard medical simulation and a first-choice destination for the health industry in our region. It delivers unique access to a depth and breadth of cutting-edge simulation services that have not been available before on a pan-regional level. This is an extremely important moment for Honoris health sciences students and the wider medical community.”

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The UPSAT Group, Pioneer of Paramedic Training in Tunisia Joins the Network

Tunis, Tunisia, November 12th, 2018

Honoris United Universities, announces that Tunisia’s leading health sciences education Group, UPSAT and its three schools – SUPSAT Tunis, UPSAT Sousse and UPSAT Sfax – joining its network. This coincides with the official opening of Honoris’ cutting edge purpose-built Medical Simulation Centre in the heart of Tunis.

The membership of the UPSAT Group marks another milestone in the rapid growth of Honoris’ health sciences education capabilities in North Africa. UPSAT is a well-established higher education institution that specializes in paramedical training and was the first to be recognized as such in 2002 by the Tunisian Ministry of Higher Education and the Ministry of Health. With specialized teachers and laboratories, the UPSAT Group reinforces the Honoris footprint in the cities of Sousse and Sfax. The Group also brings to the Honoris network recognized qualifications across a wide spectrum of health sciences including nursing, optical science, optometry, physiotherapy, anaesthesiology, orthoptics and radiology-radiotherapy.

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The Challenge with Innovation and Qualitative Education in Africa

Africanews – The Morning Call

Tunisia, November 11th, 2018 – A first medical simulation center has just been created in Tunisia thanks to a partnership between the Honoris United Universities Network (HUU) and the Central University group. This center which is a first in Africa according to its initiators, will allow students to really practice their theoretical knowledge. But on the larger discuss for us is the issue of innovation in education in Africa.

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Honoris Announces a Major Investment in Campus Infrastructure in Tunis, Tunisia

Tunis, Tunisia, July 17th, 2018

Honoris’ executive team and board members were honored by the presence of Mr. Chedly Bouallegue – Governor of Tunis and Mrs. Souad Abderrahim – Mayor of Tunis. The pair joined the team in a ceremony organized to lay the cornerstone of the new Université Centrale campus.

The facility will be located in the heart of Tunis and will offer a world-class education environment for our students. The acquisition of the land and the development of the new campus (20,000 to 25,000 square meters) represents a total investment up to 50 million USD.

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ESCP Europe Signs Comprehensive MOU with Honoris United Universities

Paris, France, May 18th, 2018Honoris United Universities, the first private pan-African higher education network, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with ESCP Europe to further its transnational network of leading academic centres of excellence and to support ESCP Europe’s mission to participate in the future training of African leaders.

Distinguished as the world’s first ever business school, ESCP Europe is a Triple-Crown Accredited pan-European institution with six integrated urban campuses in Berlin, London, Madrid, Paris, Turin and Warsaw. Established in 1819, ESCP Europe’s mission is to develop the next generation of transnational business leaders preparing them to embrace the opportunities offered by cultural diversity and global challenges.

The MoU provides both Parties with opportunities to fortify their academic and global reach by enabling significant options for students to gain wide geographical exposure and shared intelligence. This will include scholarships and financial aid by Honoris member institutions to endorse students admitted in ESCP Europe programs such as MIM, MSc, MBA and executive education programs.

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Mediterranean School of Business, Tunisia – Ambassador Gray at MSB (video)

Tunisia, March 29th, 2012 – Ambassador Gordon Gray visited the Mediterranean School of Business and gave a speech about the U.S assistance for Tunisia’s transition. After presenting his remarks, the audience had the chance to ask questions for about 45 minutes. The audience was mainly composed of MSB students, alumni and faculty.
The event was heavily covered by major local media like Shams FM, Hannibal TV, Nessma TV, Alwataniya, etc.

The integral text of Ambassador Gray’s remarks is available on this link:

Study Abroad in Tunisia (video)

Tunis, Tunisia, 2012 – The Tunisia study abroad program led by Dr. Salah Ayari, Director of the Arabic and Asian Languages Office, gave 14 participants the opportunity to experience Tunisia’s rich and diverse culture that is deeply rooted in Arabic and Islamic traditions.
Students stayed in Tunis, Tunisia, and kept a daily reflective journal, and visited many historic sites.

Education in Tunisia (video)

Tunisia System of Education
Tunisia, March 5th, 2012 – Project made by Meriem Ben Slimen, Imen Abid, Alia Latrous & Emna Bechrifa (at 1S 9 – Ariana Pioneer School) – Tunisia – Supervised by Mr. Safouen Rezgui