Study in Tunisia, the Jewel of North Africa
The MSB-MedTech Campus is located in Lac 2, an important financial and diplomatic district. Within 10-15 minutes driving distance from:
When should I be in Tunis?
We recommend that you arrive in Tunis at least two weeks before classes start.
What about financial considerations?
At MSB, we are proud to have launched the “EXCELLENCE WITHOUT EXCLUSION” program to reward excellence. In fact, brilliant pupils/students with a modest family income can get up to a 100% waiver of the tuitions fees.
What if I need medical assistance?
There is a nursing station in MSB’s foyer. It is fully equipped to help students who might need medical assistance. MSB is located five minutes from the Hannibal International Clinic.
What do I need to do to open a bank account?
In order for you to open a bank account, you have to present yourself in any bank agency with:
What about money transfer?
You can receive money from your home town by bank transfer once you open an account. You may also use the more expensive Western Union service in Tunisia.
We recommend that you bring cash or preferably international credit cards to help facilitate transactions until a local bank account can be opened.
And foreign currency?
Upon your arrival in Tunisia, you can exchange your foreign currency in the airport banks (open 24/7).
What about housing?
MSB is located in Lac 2 near the northern suburbs of Tunis (la Marsa, Ain Zaghouan, L’Aouina, Les Jardins de Carthage, and La Goulette) where you can find many housing opportunities.
What should I do once in Tunisia?
Upon your arrival, you are required to present yourself to our Admissions office where our team will help you finalize your admission at MSB.
In order to do so, you have to submit the following documents:
What are the required documents for a residence permit?
It is compulsory to fill in a request for a residence permit shortly after your arrival (within a maximum of one month).
Below is the list of the required documents (to submit the police station serving your area of residence) to obtain a residence permit:
(All the copies have to be certified)