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Discover new opportunities in Tunisia

We support you free of charge on your way to new job prospects. This applies if you live in or want to return to Tunisia.

Our team advises you on job applications, professional qualification or if you want to start a business. We also offer training and psychosocial assistance.


Here you can choose a location for the consultation:


Our services


Our services

The German-Tunisian Centre for Jobs, Migration and Reintegration (CTA) welcomes you. If you live in Tunisia or would like to return there, you can get information and individual advice on the following topics:

  • Job opportunities and training in Tunisia
  • Business start-up
  • Psychosocial support and help in emergency situations
  • Regular migration

We also arrange trainings on various topics:

  • Job search and applications
  • Digital skills
  • Gastronomy
  • Tourism

Insights into our work

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How we help you to return to your home country

Returning home and reintegration in achievable steps.

You will learn

  • how you can plan your return to your home country even while still in Germany
  • and the opportunities for help that are available.

You will see

  • who will advise you locally after you arrive back home, so that you can turn your plans into reality and make your new start.


Neue Perspektiven für Frauen bietet der Verein „Amal“

Giving women hope for a good life

The “Amal” association cooperates closely with the German-Tunisian Centre. Their common objective: advising, supporting and training women in difficult situations.

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Digital leap into the job market

Thousands of women and men made direct contact with potential employers at the first digital job fair in Tunisia. It was a great success for both sides.

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In einem Raum mit dunkelgrauem Boden sitzen sich an einem weißen Tisch ein junger Mann mit schwarzem T-Shirt, dunkelbrauner Hose und brauner Kappe und, halb hinter einer Wand verdeckt, ein Mann mit hellem Hemd gegenüber. Sie schauen gemeinsam auf einen Zettel.

Answers to the most frequently asked questions

Are you considering returning to Tunisia, or have you already come back? Do you want not to emigrate, but rather find a job in Tunisia? Then we’re the first people you can contact: the Tunisian-German Centre for Jobs, Migration and Reintegration (CTA). Our aim is to help you find a secure livelihood. 

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Success through agriculture in Tunisia

Oeurfeli Houssem Eddine is convinced that when it comes to agriculture, his home country has a lot to offer. This young Tunisian produces mozzarella and honey, and also wants to grow quinoa in the future. The Agripreneur 3.0 project run by the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH helped him to build up his business.

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New ideas for a traditional craft

My name is Mariem. I’m 29 years old and married with a daughter. I’d like to be a role model for her just like my mother is for me. I learned weaving from my mother when I was a child, and this gave me the basis to start a business later on. I got help with this from the project “Agripreneur”.


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What the advice centre can offer you

The advice centre in Tunis will be happy to advise you – even by phone or e-mail. The advisors speak Arabic and French, and will provide you with information on employment, training courses and much more.

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Seeing the whole person

Many people make their way to Europe from the Tunisian coastal city of Sfax in the hope of a better life. Advisor Oussema from the German-Tunisian Centre for Jobs, Migration and Reintegration (CTA) reveals some alternatives to migration.

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Country experiences

Success as a digital marketing manager

Support from the German-Tunisian Centre for Jobs, Migration and Reintegration enabled me to qualify in a completely new field of work – and find a job straight away.

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Success through agriculture in Tunisia

Agripreneur 3.0 aims to motivate young people from rural areas of Tunisia like Oeurfeli to become agricultural entrepreneurs.

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New ideas for a traditional craft

Wool in organic quality for the weavers in my region – this idea brought me success.

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New dreams in Tunisia

Hi, I'm Khaled. I’m 34 and I come from Tunisia. My family owns a fruit and vegetable outlet where I worked for a long time. But it was always my great dream to live in Europe. I made my way there in 2008 when I was 24 years old. Initially I spent a year in Italy. Then I travelled to Germany via France and Belgium.

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Services provided by our partners

Work and starting a business, training and professional development, psychosocial health and emergency support – our partners also provide numerous services related to these and other aspects. Our advisory team will be happy to refer you to the appropriate organisation. You can get an overview of what is available here.