MSB offers a variety of services to students, including academic support and counseling services.

Students will also have access to a counseling office.
Students can use resources such as the Career Center or International Programs to prepare for their next steps, be they graduate school or an exciting career opportunity.

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    Welcoming Students

    Whether creating business ideas in the Innovation Lab, or participating in international debate conferences, MSB has opportunities for all students. There are many clubs available, as well as student support services.

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    International Students

    Study in Tunisia, the Jewel of North Africa Tunisia, the Mediterranean, Arab, Muslim & African country. Strategic location: in the heart of the Mediterranean with daily connections to major cities in the region. By air, Tunis is only one hour away from Rome, two hours from Paris and many other Western European capitals.

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    Counseling & Advising Center

    Advising and Counseling Center (ACC) provides academic advising and individual counseling to current MedTech students. The ACC staff works with members of the University to assist you resolve academic as well as psychological issues.

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    Innovation Lab

    The SMU Innovation Lab Center allows students and executives to develop their creative and innovative potential. It suggests, elaborates and takes strategic decisions at SMU regarding Entrepreneurship & Innovation Initiatives. It coordinates all Entrepreneurship activities at the University and beyond.

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    Student Clubs

    Campus Life is vibrant outside SMU amphitheaters and classrooms, students work Together as teams in club activities and events monitored by the Student Clubs Coucil (SCC).

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    Housing Office

    Going to college is a transition that may seem frightening to some students particularly if the student is moving away from home. No need to be frightened!

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