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Mohamed Ghassen Ncibi

Mohamed is an engaging 23 year old guy from Tunisia who has clearly enjoyed living and studying in Europe. He moved here from Denmark at the end of June. He's doing an internship at Infineon - he's working on product development, ensuring that products fit customers' requirements.  He's only going to be here till next June but is really making the most of his time in Villach, wisely having joined the Carinthian International Club already. He heard about the CIC from two students who had met Britta Wittman and recommended the organisation. Mohamed then picked up a brochure at Infineon. After he contacted Rosi, he went to Get Togethers in both Villach and Klagenfurt. That was a smart move, because he met a lot of people there. Thanks to that and his naturally outgoing personality, he says his social life is really taking off and he's told other people about the CIC.  Mohamed had learnt some German before he came here and is now continuing his studies at the Volkshochschule and intends to do an "Österreichisches Sprachdiplom Deutsch B2" exam there. (This is a German competency qualification for foreigners, recognised by the Austrian government). He likes listening to jazz, rock and classical music, working out at a gym and playing football. He talks a lot about the virtues of being open-minded, and it's great to see that his charisma and involvement with CIC have yielded such positive results.

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Mohamed Ghassen Ncibi

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Mohamed is an engaging 23 year old guy from Tunisia who has clearly enjoyed living and studying in Europe. He moved here from Denmark at the end of June. He's doing an internship at Infineon - he's working on product development, ensuring that products fit customers' requirements.  He's only going to be here till next June but is really making the most of his time in Villach, wisely having joined the Carinthian International Club already. He heard about the CIC from two students who had met Britta Wittman and recommended the organisation. Mohamed then picked up a brochure at Infineon. After he contacted Rosi, he went to Get Togethers in both Villach and Klagenfurt. That was a smart move, because he met a lot of people there. Thanks to that and his naturally outgoing personality, he says his social life is really taking off and he's told other people about the CIC.  Mohamed had learnt some German before he came here and is now continuing his studies at the Volkshochschule and intends to do an "Österreichisches Sprachdiplom Deutsch B2" exam there. (This is a German competency qualification for foreigners, recognised by the Austrian government). He likes listening to jazz, rock and classical music, working out at a gym and playing football. He talks a lot about the virtues of being open-minded, and it's great to see that his charisma and involvement with CIC have yielded such positive results.

by Liz Finney