Through its Department of Executive Education, EMAA BUSINESS SCHOOL has established itself as an academic leader in the pragmatic approach to education and a social leader in its commitment to community service. EMAA BUSINESS SCHOOL, benefiting from its partnerships with renowned Moroccan and foreign institutions, serves as an incubator for good practices and acts as a driving force in professional capacity building and the promotion of employment.
The objective of the institution is to meet the needs of private companies and the public sector, for which transformational change, increase in technology knowledge, and skills development are the main challenges. Thus, our ongoing training is provided by highly recognized professionals, professors, multidisciplinary researchers, and international business leaders and consultants who put their know-how at the service of business competitiveness.
Our training is tailored to the pace of each participant; evaluations occur on weekends or at the end of the training day.
Participants must apply and pass the interview. When reviewing applications, EMAA Executive Education takes into account courses previously taken, specialty, results, internships, and extracurricular activities that demonstrate knowledge or interest in the desired field.
Completion of the training requires one academic year (2 semesters).
The training consists of modules, courses, or teaching units grouped by semester. Each training offers a different course based on the student’s prior knowledge. Class size is limited to ensure proper guidance.
Lectures alternate between tutorials and practice, in addition to an individual or group supervised project and an internship.
Participants may complete part of their studies abroad within the framework of agreements made with foreign institutions.
The programs are divided into fields of study. The programs are broken down into fields and mentions corresponding to the targeted jobs. They allow students to either acquire a deepening of their knowledge and skills in specific trades or to develop a second skill.
With a variety of training courses offered, most sectors are concerned.
Internships and final year projects promote access to employment.
Academic evaluations are conducted through quizzes, final examination, or a combination of the two.
The final year projects and the internship are the subject of a thesis, evaluated during an oral defense.
The academic programs and degrees are accredited and are internationally recognized. French diplomas are at the same level as those awarded in France.
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