Author Archives: Chaima Jouini


      44 Comments on France


      No Comments on Cameroon


      10 Comments on Luxembourg


      2 Comments on Romania
Med students of Romania

Introduction Romania or Republic of Romania is Central-East European country sharing its borders with black sea, Hungary, Ukraine, Moldova, Bulgaria and Serbia. Country’s population is 20 millions (2015 est) with 89% native Romanians. The official language is Romanian and Bucharest is capital and largest city. Romania has High Human Development Index. Timisoara is one of the highest Internet speed city… Read more »


      9 Comments on Morocco


      113 Comments on Germany
German medical students

Introduction Germany or Federal Republic of Germany is a west central European country. It shares its borders with 9 European countries (Denmark, Poland, Czech Republic, Switzerland, Austria, France, Belgium, Luxembourg and Netherlands). Germany has very high standards of living and is 2nd most popular migration destination in the world. Population of 81 million making it 2nd largest in Europe. Berlin is largest and capital… Read more »


      2 Comments on Senegal


      3 Comments on Algeria

Introduction Algeria or Democratic Republic of Algeria, is a North African country. It shares border  with Tunisia, Libya, Niger, Mali, Mauritania ,Western Sahara and Morocco in the west. Alger is the capital and Arabic is official language but French is business and education language. Berber is also used in the country. Population is 40 million (2015  est.). Health sector in Algeria has improved… Read more »


      62 Comments on Switzerland


      41 Comments on Belgium

Introduction Belgium, officially the Kingdom of Belgium is Western European country, bordered by the Netherlands, Germany, Luxembourg, France and the North Sea. It is one of the six founding countries of the European Union. Dutch (59% speakers), French (41% speakers) and German (few German speakers) are the three official languages in the country.  So the country has Flanders (Dutch speakers) and Walloon… Read more »