This Tuesday 28 February, the convention centre was beautifully decorated by the students for two huge events planned by the university; the graduation of Licence AES by the Université Toulouse I Capitole for 20 graduating students and the signing of a convention between the Université Toulouse I Capitole and the government of Vanuatu to provide a legal framework for the Licence AES and the newly launched Master SES. It was a major event because under the presidency of the Honourable Prime Minister Charlot Salwai Tabimasmas, it brought together the Honourable minister of finance, the acting minister of education Gaetan Pikioune, the Honourable minister of foreign affairs Bruno Leingkone, the French ambassador Mr Gilles Favret, the director of higher education Mr Jean-Marie Virelala, the director of AUF Mr Timothée Kolomoule and the dean of Université Toulouse I Capitole Mr Francis Quérol. The ceremony hosted by national coordinator Mr Pierre Mestan was a delight to an audience of parents, the 160 students of the university, the administration staff, heads of business partners and teachers. The dance and tam-tams from a group of dancers from Pentecost brought a cultural touch to this brilliant event. The students and the acting minister of education congratulated the teachers for their outstanding academic contributions. A dynamic was launched since 2013 which could eventually lead to a National University for all who wish to become bilingual. The courses for the Licence AES and the Master are, otherwise available in the language of Shakespeare and Molière. The foundations are done by the Université Toulouse I Capitole, the government understands, that by its agreement, the challenges of the future will remain in the care of Vanuatu to finalise this project.