Discussion of Higher Education Issues in Morocco


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 I seek your advice on contact with Morocco’s academic institutions that offer offer studies in creative disciplines.  Feel free to forward this request to relevant individuals.

I will be coming to Morocco either late March or October. Hence I wish to introduce myself to explore synergies and your interest in my creative, academic or consulting experience as well as my Imagination Workshops.

After some years around the world, presenting, launching projects, programs and schools devoted to creative art, design and media, I am now in UAE aiming to probe opportunities in the Middle East and Africa.

In my artistic career I created many projects internationally awarded for their originality, innovative, imaginative design, concepts or metamorphic storytelling.

Whilst conducting my “Imagination Workshops” around the world, with my academic contracts in the US, Singapore, Turkey, Japan and China concluded, I now seek to contribute my considerable global experience, mentoring and interdisciplinary ideation to creative or academic initiatives which inspire creative expression while probing its relation to global contrasts as well as synergies.

Attached is my brief bio. Given your interest I can also forward my Vitae, creative folio, References or the Imagination Workshops folio of art, designs and simplistic sketches created by interdisciplinary international mentorees in film, animation, art, media, game, interactive design, coding, IT PhD scholars, teachers and professionals from diverse cultures and political milieus.   

Posted by: Edward Bakst
[February 5, 2019] 

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 Hello!

I would love to transfer to Morocco for medicine from Sudan, how many years is medicine in Morocco?   

Posted by: Sara
[January 30, 2019] 

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 Good morning. I am a Cameroonian and I wish to study  medicine in Morocco under the care of the university ! I don’t know if my case could be handled!   

Posted by: Sanim Sanang Yvan Marcel
[November 19, 2018] 

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One of the most effective ways of dealing with overcrowding is to make use of modern technology. Courses can be recorded in the form of moocs, for example, and made available on the internet for students to access without having to be physically present on campus, especially for those living in remote areas of the country.   

Posted by:  Ogopemo
[April 9, 2017] 

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One of the most effective ways of dealing with overcrowding is to make use of modern technology. Courses can be recorded in the form of moocs, for example, and made available on the internet for students to access without having to be physically present on campus, especially for those living in remote areas of the country.   

Posted by:  Ogopemo
[April 9, 2017] 

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Overcrowding is due to a shortage of tutors, especially after the departure of many faculty under the “Voluntary Departure” scheme, which left a lot of departments without the necessary human resources and had a drastic impact on teacher/student ratios. We can always try to bring back some of those who left by giving them incentives.  

Posted by:  Brahim Bourchouq
[January 17, 2018] ]

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The decision recently taken by the Ministry of Higher Education, which allows universities to recruit PhD students (in their second year of research) as teaching assistants may well contribute to alleviating the problem of overcrowding. Provided those “teaching assistants” are allowed to stay on as full-time teachers at the end of their 3-year term.   

Posted by:  Brahim Hajji
[December 10, 2017]

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To solve the problem of overcrowding, new Universities will need to be built. Adding new classrooms here and there and soliciting the help of teaching assistants from outside the university are make-shift, short-term approaches and would not solve the problem any time soon.   

Posted by:  Hicham Moqtadir
[October 25, 2017]

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 Why are the holidays in higher education not synchronized with those in primary school?  Doing so would save academics having to bring kids on campus because they cannot find (or cannot afford!) a baby-sitter.   

Posted by:  Abdallah Soulaimani
[June 19, 2017]

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Why are we not allowed scholarships simply because we did not receive one as undergraduates? : Ask Master’s students who were told that they could not apply if they were not already grantees during the first (Bachelor’s) cycle.  

Posted by:  Zakaria Elmouden
[May 25, 2017]

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Why do students with a mainstream baccalaureate have to have ridiculously high grades to enter limited-access institutions when their counterparts from private schools can get in with far lower grades?  

Posted by:  Souad Ait Ahmed
[May 15, 2017]

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Why do some public universities have to take the brunt of overcrowding?  A case in point is Ibn Zohr University (with a student population nearing 120 000); and which accepts students from 4 southern regions of Morocco?   

Posted by:  Mohamed Malainine 
[May 9, 2017 ]

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Why do most students consider cheating a given right and one that should not be questioned?   

Posted by:  Ijjou Ouraiss
[May 7, 2017]

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Why does a Faculty of Letters have to accept students with any type of baccalaureate when a Faculty of Sciences only accepts students with a ‘Sciences’ baccalaureate?   

Posted by:  Jamila
[April 26, 2017]

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  Why can’t academics move to another faculty or university when they wish to?  Many are refused this change even when they’re offered a post elsewhere?    

Posted by: Omar Dahbi
[April 7, 2017]

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Why do some students from well-off families receive grants where others from low-income families do not?   

Posted by: Benkirane
[April 2, 2017]

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Why does the baccalaureate certificate become obsolete after a certain date?  To enroll in some higher education institutions, students are asked to provide a “recent” baccalaureate certificate.  

Posted by:  Laila El Aloui
[March 16, 2017]

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Why don’t universities have their own printing press?   

Posted by:  Jawad Amine
[March 12, 2017]

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Why don’t public universities have their own uniformed security agents?   

Posted by:  Aminatou
[March 4, 2017]

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 Why do Departments have recourse to master’s students to supervise exams?   

Posted by:  Ilham Elmoqaddem
[January 13, 2017]

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Why do part-timers outnumber full-time professors in some Departments?   

Posted by:  Soufiane Allioui
[October 10, 2016]

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Why are there no departments of philosophy
in the great majority of our Universities?
   

Posted by:  Morad Serghini
[September 17, 2016]

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Why did we switch to the LMD system in such a hurry without a transition period and without giving the two systems a chance  to coexist while we prepare the ground for its implementation?    

Posted by:  Nadia
[September 25, 2016]

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Why haven’t we heard Lahcen Daoudi, Minister of Higher Education, speak a word of English, him being a staunch proponent of the use of the English language (to eventually replace French!) as a medium of education and research?    

Posted by:  Mostapha Bakrim
[June 25, 2016]

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