Professor Kamel Jedidi and a group of CBS students explored Tunisia's business landscape as part of the Global Immersion Program.

Both organizations conducted a series of dialogues throughout 2023.

The event brought together a diverse group of individuals, including both alumni and current students. 

The United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat) focuses on promoting socially and environmentally sustainable towns and cities. 

A UNESCO World Heritage-listed amphitheater dating back to the 3rd century, and one of the largest in the Roman world.

Nine Columbia Students visited Kairouan, Tunisia, the fourth holiest city in the Islamic world.

The event was the second collaborative activity between both associations.

The Kraft Fellows uncover the nuanced complexities of Tunisian and North African societies today.

Nine Columbia Kraft Global Fellows went on to explore Tunisia's olive pressing process and olive oil industrial production.

Nine Columbia students enjoyed a guided tour of the Medina of Tunis, a UNESCO World Heritage Site dating back to 698 A.D. 

Thirty-three students from Columbia and Harvard gathered for a first-of-its kind networking event in Tunis.

Djerba, an island in the south of Tunisia, is renowned as a sanctuary for various religious and cultural groups.

During their stay in Tunisia, the Kraft Global Fellows seized the opportunity to explore one of the country's premier historical sites.

A location of great historical importance not only to Tunisia but also to the broader Mediterranean region.