To this end, Esprit School of Business promotes cultural diversity in all of its quarters. Thus, by welcoming international students, ESB recognizes the abundant diversity of cultures and acknowledges the validity of different cultural expressions and contributions. Throughout their Esprit School of Business school experience, Both Tunisian and international students will be able to work in tandem to build networks they can rely on during their careers.
Before departure, you need to apply for a student visa at the Tunisian Embassy in your countries of origin.
Important: Do not enter Tunisia on a tourist visa.
Documents required before departure (visa) – to check
Upon arrival (within one month), submit your request for a residence permit (75 TD).
The residence permit is a compulsory document that must be requested at the police station closest to your place of residence. The permit is issued only after 2 or 3 months from the application filing date. It is valid for one year (until September 30th of the following year) and is renewable each year. In the meantime, you will be provided with a temporary card which provides you with the legal right to travel throughout the Tunisian territory.
Documents required upon arrival (residence card) – to be checked
To enroll at Esprit School of Business, you must choose the specialty and the level of admission according to your original specialty and your study level. Esprit School of Business offers a 3-year Bachelor’s program after the baccalaureate and a 2-year Master’s program with multiple entries (1st, 2nd and 3rd year) based on the application file study.
For Cameroonian candidates
Contact: Mr. Abraham Kamgning – Campus Tunisia
Address: Elig Effa-Yaoundé (opposite the School of Public Works)
Telephone: +00237691586742 / +00237669141544
Email: contact @ campustunisie.org
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