For her a good education is the key for a better future. Farah is a law student in Tunis.
After finishing high school I wanted to specialize in law so I applied for the university.
It’s like looking for a needle in a haystack, you either have to be one of the best or be extremely lucky and patient.
The unemployment rate amongst young people in Tunis is about 40 %. It’s really high compared to other countries.
Because universities here have nothing to do with the current working market. You study for at least six years and you end up with a degree that is worthless. At universities you get no practical experience and nobody will hire you.
Defineteley, private universities are more similar to European universities.
In private universities they offer a variety of international programs and equipment which is not the case in public universities.
It depends on your field and the university. The costs go up to 10.000 EUR per year.
First of all private schools usually offer better lessons. There, the teachers care about their students and take the time to talk to everyone. There are also no real requirements, except the money to invest into the school.
You are funny. If I had enough money I would even go to the Oxford University in England.Written by John Aziz, 19 years, living in Munich and Landshut, Germany
For Farah, 19 years old, a good education is the key for a better future.