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The annual SBSA recruitment was held on 7th November at the school’s premises with the participation of several banks and private organisations amongst other participants. The event provided the students with the opportunity to make professional connections in preparation for entering the world of work or further studies once they complete their studies. The students were presented with various programmes for which they can apply.
TGMI recently concluded the 4th training session under the AFDB, SEnPA agreement to train 500 entrepreneurs by February 2017. This fourth cohort saw a mix of ages as there was a group of lucky secondary students participating.
A half- day presentation was held at TGMI on Friday 21st October aimed at promoting value- added tourism and showcasing how culture and heritage can be commercialized. The activity was coordinated by the Enterprise Centre.
The Creole Language and Culture Research Institute was launched on Wednesday at a ceremony at the Anse Royale campus. Under the banner “Nou kiltir, nou konesans, nou lidantite”, the institute aspires to be the knowledge hub for Creole languages and cultures in the Indian Ocean. Present at the launch was the Minister for Tourism and Culture, Alain St Ange, who stated that we need to add more value to our Creole language, defend it and value its importance in society.

Staff Movement

25 October 2016
Ms. Sherley Marie resigned from the service, effective from 12th October 2016. Mr. Michel Denousse, resigned from the service, effective from 1st October 2016. However, Mr Denousse will continue to work with UniSey on a freelance basis. Ms. Nisha Valabhji has joined UniSey as Senior Lecturer in Law, effective from 1st October 2016. Ms. Marie Claire Marie has been appointed Principal Secretary in the President’s office.
This year we welcome an international student from Paris, France. David Haziza will be studying MSc Sustainable Tourism Management at the Anse Royale campus starting on Monday 17th October. The programme to welcome him includes a visit to the head of Alliance Française as well as a visit to TGMI and Mont Fleuri campus.
Twenty-one young Seychellois received their Master of Arts degree in a graduation ceremony on Friday, amongst which three of the graduates received an overall award of 1st class honours. This 4th cohort began their journey in 2014 and completed the intensive and challenging programme in two years. The orientation of the fourth SYL Programme was modified to include modules and perspectives of particular relevance to the Government’s social renaissance campaign.
On the evening of October 21st, a group of Year 2 students currently enrolled in the Introduction to Geoinformatics and Field Studies in Environmental Science course attended a herpetology field trip up in the cold, misty Case Dent Trail at Sans Soucis, Mahé. The field trip was conducted by Mr. Lindsay Chong Seng and Mr. Terence Vel with the aim of enabling students to apply what they have learned in lectures to the identification of endemic amphibians and reptiles of…
A group of BSc Environmental Science students participated in the annual GVI raft race held on Saturday. The raft race was organised to raise funds to support activities at the President’s village. Organised by SNPA and GVI, the activity also aimed at showing the public how to make affective use of recycled materials.
A school improvement through research agreement was signed with English River School on Thursday. The main goal of this partnership is to conduct action research to revolutionise teaching and learning at English River Secondary school using 360 degrees approach. It is anticipated that with this agreement, the school will yield better results in students’ performance as well as an improvement in the school image.
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