Each year, the Moroccan government offers training places in public institutions of higher and professional education to students from allied countries. To register, you must follow the procedure.
Foreign students wishing to enroll in a higher education institution in Morocco must contact the Moroccan Agency for International Cooperation (AMCI) by French diplomacy.
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To register for Moroccan universities, you must have good academic results. Thus, foreign students wishing to integrate a license must hold a tray or equivalent with honors. For students wishing to enter Master, they must be licensed with honors. Finally, students enrolling in PhD must hold a Master.
To enroll in a higher education institution in Morocco, students will go through the diplomatic channel of France. We must build a case that will be sent to the Agency International Cooperation Moroccan July 31 of each year. It is useless to go directly by universities, as your application will not be accepted. The property can nevertheless inform you about the procedure.
The file must include an application letter specifying the sectors and institutions requested, an application form provided by the AMCI, photocopies of certificates and notes, etc.
If your application is accepted, you will receive a summary email which will specify the final registration procedures in Morocco. You will need to sign and return this letter AMCI. Remember, once the letter, you can not change your application.
Once arrived in Morocco, you will absolutely present in the Department of Executive Training, under the AMCI. You will be able to complete your application form, obtain registration approval and cash your first scholarship (if stock).
Once the paperwork completed, join the property of their training in order to validate the final registration. Do not forget to send a copy of the registration of attestions issued by the institution to the AMCI.
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