It is, in this case, the creation of the School Arts and Crafts campus in Rabat (EAMR), dedicated to the training of future leaders of responsible industries in Morocco, as agreed between the Ministry of Industry and Trade and “Arts et Métiers France”, says a statement from the Ministry.
EAMR is the result of a vision and ambition shared by the two partners to “accompany Moroccan companies in their transition to a responsible and sustainable industry of the future.
The school will provide a purely technical and scientific training to future leaders, engineers and graduates, capable of building an industry with remarkable performance and robustness, for the benefit of Moroccan society and all its components.
The training offered by the EAMR will be based, in fact, on an active and applied pedagogy, allowing students to participate in learning factories, which represent a realistic environment for training and research, and a set of technological platforms showcase new technologies, explains the same source. Similarly, the training in question will focus more on the digital component.
This school will have 1,000 students, with classes of about 200 engineers and 200 students in Professional License annually, said in the same source. The objective is to encourage and support industrial research of companies in Morocco and host industrial startups with the creation of an incubator within the campus.
On this occasion, the Minister of Industry and Trade, Riad Mezzour said that “this partnership with the Ecole Art et Métiers consolidates the rise of national skills, and strengthen research and employability of young people. These are central components of our strategy, in line with the High Royal Instructions for industrial acceleration and the creation and development of efficient ecosystems.
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