Moroccan Overseas Students Stranded in Morocco

The higher education examinations will be held in September in open-access institutions and from mid-July for limited-access institutions, with adoption of the principle of flexibility regarding the organization of tests, said the Minister of National Education, Vocational Training, Higher Education and Scientific Research, Saaid Amzazi, on Monday in Rabat.

The ministry has decided to adopt flexibility for institutions with limited access as well as for certain selective courses, namely professional licenses and masters programs, Amzazi said during the weekly oral question session in the House of Representatives.

As for Moroccan students who are pursuing their studies abroad, within the framework of bilateral international cooperation between the Kingdom of Morocco and certain countries, and who returned to their country during the school holidays and were unable to return to the countries where they are pursuing their studies because of the health containment measures put in place due to the spread of the Coronavirus pandemic, The minister stressed that his department has decided, in coordination with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the embassies of the countries concerned, to organize the examinations in Morocco, as well as to do the same for foreign students studying in Morocco.

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