Higher Education in Morocco
Higher Education in Morocco includes private institutions, privately-run institutions and public institutions. Public Higher education institutions can be broken down into two types: Open-access and limited-access. Public Higher education institutions face a number of challenges such as overcrowding, a low supervision rate, poor infrastructure and […]
Abdellatif Miraoui, Minister of Higher Education, Research and Innovation is head of the Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation since October 7, 2021.
[September 2020] Morocco implements the 4-year Bachelor system in Higher Education instead of the current 3-year system [November 15, 2019] Morocco signs revised regional convention on recognition of Higher Education studies, diplomas and degrees in Africa (UNESCO). […]
Morocco follows the French system of Higher Education known as LMD (Bologna process) introduced in Morocco in (2003–2004): [L] Bachelor’s [Baccalaureate + 3] [M] Master’s [Baccalaureate + 5] [D] PhD [Baccalaureate + 8] […]
“Overview of the Higher Education System in Morocco,” EACEA .pdf | Educational Reforms in Morocco: Evolution and Current Status”  ccsenet.org. “The Teaching of Translation in Moroccan Universities” [November 26, 2014 ] atida.org […]