By Safaa Kasraoui
Rabat – The Mohammedia School of Engineers (EMI) will organize the 23rd annual Emi-Enterprises Forum on March 29 and 30 in Rabat.
The forum entitled “Digital transformation: Economical Reactivation Process” will focus on advising and encouraging a wide variety of engineering profiles in order to showcase their intrinsic values.
This exchanging and discovery platform aims to provide students with job and internship opportunities and give them a notion of the reality of the professional engineering world.
“The 23rd edition of Forum Emi-Enterprises will be a complement of 22 years of legacy and success,” said EMI staff in a press release.
“EMI grants industrial enterprises the possibility to present themselves and their projects to students and graduated engineers to catch opportunities of internships or even job offers.”
The previous edition of the forum was marked by the attendance of 10,000 students and graduated engineers, as well as the presence of more than 50 enterprises
“The 23rd edition of Forum Emi-Enterprises is the most awaited event,” EMI added.
The forum program will consist of conferences, round table discussions, and a coaching night.
Founded in 1994, Emi-Enterprises is the flagship event of Mohammedia Engineering School and entered under the patronage of King Mohammed VI in 1999.