EAC, The Leading School of Architecture in Casablanca, Morocco, Joins Honoris United Universities

Casablanca, Morocco, November 1st, 2018

Honoris United Universities has acquired École d’Architecture de Casablanca (EAC) in Morocco, a development that builds on the vision and breadth of its distinctive program offerings and employability focus. This acquisition marks another key milestone in the expansion of Honoris as earlier this year the network also partnered with EMSI, the largest private higher education institution in Morocco. For more than 32 years, EMSI has been a pioneer in the country and region, serving as an innovation center as well as a reference in engineering education. Alongside Universite Mundiapolis, a multi-disciplinary university in Morocco known for its employability mission, this engagement firmly reinforces Honoris’ position as an educational leader in Morocco and in Francophone Africa.

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ESCP Europe Signs Comprehensive MOU with Honoris United Universities

Paris, France, May 18th, 2018

Honoris United Universities, the first private pan-African higher education network, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with ESCP Europe to further its transnational network of leading academic centres of excellence and to support ESCP Europe’s mission to participate in the future training of African leaders.

Distinguished as the world’s first ever business school, ESCP Europe is a Triple-Crown Accredited pan-European institution with six integrated urban campuses in Berlin, London, Madrid, Paris, Turin and Warsaw. Established in 1819, ESCP Europe’s mission is to develop the next generation of transnational business leaders preparing them to embrace the opportunities offered by cultural diversity and global challenges.

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Ecole Mohammadia d’Ingenieurs: The Pride of Moroccans (video)

The Ecole Mohammadia d’Ingénieurs (Arabic: المدرسة المحمدية للمهندسين‎, abbreviated EMI) is a School of Engineering in Rabat, Morocco. EMI was founded in 1959 by the King Mohammed V as Moroccan’s first polytechnic, it’s the largest institution of higher education in technology and one of the leading technical schools in Morocco.
EMI became in 1981 under the order of the king Hassan II the first school combining academic and military education. Following the establishment of polytechnical schools in many European countries the early years of the 19th century, often based on the model of École Polytechnique in Paris in 1794. 



Schools in Morocco. (video)

Boarding schools give Moroccan girls a chance to learn

Over the past few decades in Morocco, the school dropout rate for girls from rural areas has been on the increase due to a virtal lack of high schools in less-densely populated areas of the country. But a boarding school project launched by authorities in 2000 to tackle the problem now boasts more than 300 new schools.