Morocco is going to have its pioneer multidisciplinary private medical school for the young and upcoming doctors to be constructed in the economic capital of Casablanca.
In cooperation with the now operating School of Medicine of Casablanca, the new school will be a section of the International University of Casablanca.
The eligible and competent teachers for the school will come from overseas together with the teachers from public medical schools in Morocco. The courses are intended to be taught partly in English although the medical school will primarily employ Moroccan teachers.
The new school, which construction is ongoing, will rise across from the Sheikh Khalifa B. Zayed hospital. As the construction is underway, students are allowed to enroll and this is expected to give the third year students a chance to yield from internships at the hospital. Such as, for the first and second year students, brief classes take place in a different local facility.
The course of study runs for six years and the monthly tuition is likely to be around 15,000 dirham. The new school boasts with high quality materials and top performing staff members, state-of-the-art equipment plus sophisticated technology and resources.
Additional information and notes are going to be released during the contraction period. The school is expected to offer a very high caliber medical schooling, on the same level with superior international standards for medical schools.