Join the largest fair in

Casablanca - Morocco

15 OCTOBER 2018

12 pm - 5 pm

Hyatt Regency Casablanca, Morocco

Morocco

WHEN & WHERE / 15 OCTOBER 2018, Hyatt Regency Casablanca, Morocco

Worldview Education Fair is dedicated to helping institutions recruit prospective international students from Morocco. This fair is open to all institutions worldwide, helping you meet and recruit a wide pool of quality potential students.

Many fairs and exhibitions focus only on recruiters from a specific country, thereby attracting a limited pool of students with predetermined interests in those specific study destinations. The Worldview Education Fair brings institutions from all around the world to one place; giving students more opportunities and options, thereby attracting a larger, more diverse pool of students. For recruiters, this exhibition provides an opportunity to improve their reach and brand awareness; marketing to a larger number of students and alongside some well-known institutions.

The Worldview Education Fair 2018 will take place at the Hyatt Regency Casablanca, Morocco in Casablanca, Morocco and is a one day event open to all institutions worldwide, drawing a larger pool of students by giving them several options to fit their price, location and course requirements. Students are encouraged to come with all the necessary documentation in order to allow them to make immediate applications to institutions.

RATE & ENTITLEMENTS

Event & Location Day & Date Early Bird Rate (24 August 2018)  Standard Rate
Casablanca Education Fair Monday – 15 OCTOBER 2018 £1,649  £1,899 

The rates include the following package and entitlement

  • Shell scheme booth 6 M2 Include, a table, facial board, carpet, spotlights, electric extension, two chair, waste basket
  • Lunch and coffee break incl. hot and cold snacks during the education fair
  • Two representatives allowed per booth and provided free visa support letter
  • Recognition as fair participant in comprehensive marketing and promotion campaign
  • Listing and logo on all flyers, advertisements, banner, publication, etc.
  • Free exhibitor profile on the fair landing page
  • Sponsored & targeted   post on our social media accounts, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram “Save NOW 400 £ “
  • Customised e-newsletter sent to all registered students before and after the fair “Save NOW 250 £ “
  • Half-page, full-colour advertisement profile in the event guide “ SAVE NOW 300 £ “
  • Great News! Now you can earn rewards for each fair you participate in and you can use the points for any of Worldview services or fairs
Hyatt Regency Casablanca Place des Nations Unies, 20000 Casablanca Morocco

The education system in Morocco has achieved important progress in terms of increasing access to education but has still a long way to go on quality.

As the country grew economically in recent years, it became increasingly clear that the education system had a role to play as a true catalyst for social and economic development. Reaching out to the most marginalized populations in pursuit of this goal has led to significant increases in access to education.

Progress has been achieved on a number of other fronts through multiple and sustained efforts. While results are closely tied to means and resources, they also depend heavily on the continuity and consistency of education strategies backed by successive governments, with civil society and parents monitoring and evaluating public policies in the education sector.

The good news is that there is consensus among experts and policymakers in Morocco on the main priorities highlighted above. Not only are these priorities shared among international and expert institutions, such as the World Bank, but the Moroccan authorities have also fully diagnosed these challenges and identified the way forward, as demonstrated by their 2015-2030 Vision for Education in Morocco. At a time when Morocco faces a critical need to build up its human capital in order to elevate its long-term growth prospects and employment levels, it has also reached a point where large public resources are available and key reform priorities are well identified. Implementation is urgent.

Morocco has university and non-university higher education. In total, there are 14 state and other universities and around 200 non-university higher education institutions, 107 of which are private. There is also an English-language university with a separate status.

Up until recently, Morocco was the largest source of international students from Africa, overtaken by Nigeria just a few years ago. Currently over 40,000 Moroccan students are studying abroad, with the top five receivers all being European – France, Germany, Spain, Italy, and Ukraine.

The US, UK and Canada have made significant gains over the last decade. English usage has grown since 2002, when English teaching was introduced from the 7th grade. If a proposed change to shift the language of instruction in Moroccan higher education from French to English materializes, English-speaking countries could expect these gains to further improve almost overnight.

Morocco’s economy is increasingly diversifying and relying on new sectors and trading partners. These trends are promising sources of growth and job creation. For example, cars, electronics and aeronautics industries are growing rapidly. Morocco also aims to become a leader in the development of agriculture, alternative energies and banking services in sub- Saharan Africa. Delivering on these promises will require an increasingly educated workforce that meets changing labor market demand. The recent researches shows that Morocco could reap great benefits from reforms to enhance the efficiency of its public spending on education.

Though not as atmospheric as other Moroccan cities, Casablanca is the best representation of the modern nation. This is where money is being made, where young Moroccans come to seek their fortunes and where business and the creative industries prosper.

The number of construction projects currently under way here is simply extraordinary – major redevelopments include those at Pl Mohammed V and the Parc de la Ligue Arabe, and new public buildings include the Grand Théâtre de Casablanca.

The city's handsome Mauresque buildings, which meld French-colonial design and traditional Moroccan style, are best admired in the downtown area. Visitors who spend time there, in the Quartier Habous and in the beachside suburb of Ain Diab, are sure to get into the local swing of things and realise that this old pirate lair is looking towards the future, embracing the European-flavoured urban sophistication that has underpinned life here for the past century.

Though not as atmospheric as other Moroccan cities, Casablanca is the best representation of the modern nation. This is where money is being made, where young Moroccans come to seek their fortunes and where business and the creative industries prosper.

The number of construction projects currently under way here is simply extraordinary – major redevelopments include those at Pl Mohammed V and the Parc de la Ligue Arabe, and new public buildings include the Grand Théâtre de Casablanca.

The city's handsome Mauresque buildings, which meld French-colonial design and traditional Moroccan style, are best admired in the downtown area. Visitors who spend time there, in the Quartier Habous and in the beachside suburb of Ain Diab, are sure to get into the local swing of things and realise that this old pirate lair is looking towards the future, embracing the European- flavoured urban sophistication that has underpinned life here for the past century.

The fair will give visitors the opportunity to meet directly with admission officers to discuss what courses, pathways and opportunities are available, as well as the general application and enrolment process. Visitors will include:
  • Parents/ guardians with their wards
  • Top secondary schools and schools counselor
  • Government officials in the education circle
  • Student with Baccalaureate/ Grade 12
  • Researchers of Education Development
  • Entrepreneurs with training plans
  • Representatives of education funds
  • Graduates
  • General public etc.
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