Morocco Government Scholarship 2024 (Apply Now)

Morocco Government Scholarship 2024 (Apply Now)

The applications are open to apply for the Morocco Government Scholarship 2024. The Moroccan Agency of International Cooperation (AMCI) has announced scholarships for Pakistani students to pursue higher education in Morocco’s Public Institutions for the 2024-2025 academic year. If you’re a Pakistani citizen (not a dual citizen) and want to study in Morocco for free (almost!), you can apply for this scholarship. Here’s what you need to know:

Who can apply?

  • Pakistanis (or AJK residents) only
  • You must have finished high school (FSC/A-Level) for undergrad studies, a Bachelor’s degree for Masters, and a Master’s degree for PhD
  • There’s an age limit of 23 for undergrad applicants
  • You need good grades on the HAT or USAT test (check the Education Testing Council website for details)
  • The universities in Morocco might have extra requirements too

What does the scholarship cover?

  • They give you some money each month (around $75) to help with living costs
  • They’ll pay to print your thesis if you get a Master’s or PhD (but you need to do some paperwork first)
  • They WON’T pay for things like registration fees, housing, or plane tickets – that’s up to you

What can you study?

Lots of things! Here are some examples:

  • Science (including medicine)
  • Business
  • Engineering
  • Agriculture
  • Architecture
  • Languages (French is most common, but Arabic is offered for some subjects)
  • Law (French or Arabic, your choice)

How to apply?

What else do you need?

  • Copies of your school transcripts and ID
  • A letter explaining why you want this scholarship
  • Documents showing you’re a good student and involved in activities
  • A recommendation letter (from a teacher?)
  • If you’re applying for a PhD, include your Master’s thesis and a proposal for your PhD research
  • A background check and health certificate
  • If you have a job, you’ll need permission from your employer to study abroad

Remember: The deadline is May 10th, 2024, so don’t wait!