National Engineering School of Sousse opens
Sousse’s new higher education institution, National Engineering School of Sousse (ENISO), took its first batch of students with the start of the academic year 2005-2006. La Presse reports that in the first batch of ENISO, 150 students are registered in three different departments, which are mechanical engineering, electronic engineering and data processing. This new institution, which cost about seven million dinars, consists of an administrative block, a library and a research building.
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