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As of the academic season 2012-2013, the university counted 23,746 alumni.
Marrakesh • Business
Since 2006 the college started a Master's Degree in Business in partnership with Sup de Co Grenoble, France.
The school is affiliated to École supérieure de commerce de Toulouse of France.
The creation of Al Akhawayn University was largely funded by the King of Saudi Arabia from a large endowment intended for the cleanup of an oil spill off the coast of Morocco. However, the cleanup was never realized as the wind blew the oil spill away and the endowment was used to create the university. Al Akhawayn University was founded by Royal Decree (Dahir) in 1993 and officially inaugurated by the former King Hassan II of Morocco, on January 16, 1995.
Energy, Fuels • Business • Law • Management • Political Science • Architecture
Tanger • Electrical, Electronic • Industrial Engineering • Telecommunication, Multimedia • Communication
It is a public establishment,training state engineers with general specializations in : telecommunication systems & networks, Computer Engineering, Electronic Systems Engineering and Control, and Industrial Engineering & logistics. It is known to be the first of the ENSAs
Casablanca • Management
Located in Agadir, it is part of the network of ENSA
Casablanca • Civil Engineering, Contruction • Electrical, Electronic
It was established in 1971 by the Public Ministry of Public Works to provide the Moroccan Kingdom with engineers of high potential in the sectors of civil engineering, electrical engineering and regional planning.
In 1993, the status of EHTP was set up as publicly owned engineering establishment under the supervision of the Moroccan Ministry Of Equipment and Transport.
The school offers an initial training of Specialized master's degree in "Gestion et exploitation des systèmes de transport" (Management and Exploitation of Transportation Systems). Created in 2004 in partnership with the École des Ponts ParisTech, the École nationale des travaux publics de l'État and the Polytechnic University of Catalonia, It was accredited by the Ministry of Education in 2008.
In terms of scientific research, the EHTP has a number of laboratories and research centers endowed with all the necessary equipment for scientific and technical studies.
Rabat • Mathematics, Statistics, Finance • Decision Support, Statistics • Economics
Khouribga • Communication • Management
Nouasseur • Aerospace • Electrical, Electronic
Fes • Law
Education at al-Qarawiyyin University concentrates on the Islamic religious and legal sciences with a heavy emphasis on, and particular strengths in classical Arabic grammar/linguistics and Maliki law, although a few lessons on other non-Islamic subjects such as French, English and IT are also offered to students. Teaching is delivered in the traditional method, in which students are seated in a semi-circle (halqa) around a sheikh, who prompts them to read sections of a particular text, asks them questions on particular points of grammar, law, or interpretation, and explains difficult points. Students from all over Morocco and Islamic West Africa attend the Qarawiyyin, although a few might come from as far afield as Muslim Central Asia. Even Spanish Muslim converts frequently attend the institution, largely attracted by the fact that the sheikhs of the Qarawiyyin, and Islamic scholarship in Morocco in general, are heirs to the rich religious and scholarly heritage of Muslim al-Andalus.
Most students at the Qarawiyyin range from between the ages of 13 and 30, and study towards high school-level diplomas and university-level bachelor's degrees, although Muslim males with a sufficiently high level of Arabic are also able to attend lecture circles on an informal basis, given the traditional category of visitors "in search of [religious and legal] knowledge" (zuwwaar li'l-talab fii 'ilm). In addition to being Muslim and male, prospective students of the Qarawiyyin are required to have memorized the Qur'an in full as well as several other shorter medieval Islamic texts on grammar and Maliki law, and in general to have a very good command of Classical Arabic.
Agriculture, Fisheries, Food