Moroccan students will get their questions answered regarding scholarships and programs offered by American universities.
Rabat – Approximately 30 American universities will participate in the “Study in the U.S. Fair” at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Casablanca and the Hilton Garden Inn in Tangier.
Students can attend the Casablanca fair at 5 p.m. on March 27 and the Tangier fair at 11 a.m. on March 30 to learn about study opportunities in the US.
The US consulate in Casablanca is hosting the fairs in partnership with the US Department of State’s EducationUSA network.
The fairs are an opportunity for Moroccan students wishing to continue their studies in the US to meet with 50 representatives from the American universities to get detailed information on the education programs offered by the universities. Moroccan students will also meet with experts from the consulate.
According to the US consul general in Casablanca, Jennifer Rasamimanana, Moroccan young people are aware that openness to the world is a key factor to succeed.
Rasamimanana made the comments on March 25 at the opening of the 2019 EducationUSA MENA Regional Forum in Casablanca.
She further said in her welcoming speech to the universities’ representatives, “We hope that this opportunity to interact with American universities will increase the number of Moroccan candidates.”
Rasamimanana noted that the US hosts more foreign students than any other country with more than 1 million international students yearly.
EducationUSA is an international network of the Department of State with more than 430 academic orientation centers in 180 countries. Its main mission is to provide international students with accurate information about study opportunities in the US.