First, to promote the English language, more than 10,000 Moroccans register with the British Council each year, four British schools in Morocco were officially recognized in August 2020 and at the university level the Board of Education works between the UK and Morocco University to increase cooperation between UK and Moroccan universities and increase university transfer visits And including increasing the number of students moving to another country.
In addition, the British Embassy has funded a FORSA program run by UNICEF, which aims to reduce dropout rates by establishing second chance schools. In addition, British Ambassador Simon Martin is the host of the EFA. Founded by British businessman Mike McHugh in the High Atlas region, the charity builds and operates boarding houses for women from remote villages to pursue their education.
The UK’s Seven Scholarship program has finally helped 232 of Morocco’s future leaders and decision makers pursue postgraduate studies at UK universities. A player in collaboration with the British Council, the British Council guarantees access to a plethora of resources in English.
By broadcasting programs in English on Moroccan radio and television channels, for example, during the lockout, the 3rd national television channel “Ward on the Street” and the national radio channel “Obla Air” reach millions of young people across Morocco four times a week.
In addition, the British Council runs the Connecting Classrooms program, which builds partnerships between British and Moroccan schools and trains teachers to incorporate 21st century skills into their subjects. He currently works with 175 schools, 400 teachers and 45,000 students across Morocco.
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