AMIDEAST/Morocco can assist with registration for a wide range of tests, including the GMAT®, GRE®, SAT®, and TOEFL®, the ITP (Institutional Testing Program) TOEFL and the ITP Pre-TOEFL, the TOEIC® (Test of English for International Communication) and TOEIC Bridge, and the CLEP® and DSST® examination series, among others.
AMIDEAST/Morocco maintains a supply of test bulletins, which are usually available free of charge, and you can use the Morocco Testing menu links to the left to learn more about each of the tests that are offered. You can also contact AMIDEAST/Morocco if you still have questions.
TOEFL. If English is not your native language, you must submit a TOEFL score. Many institutions require a minimum score of about 80 on the Internet-based (iBT) TOEFL, about 213 on the computer-based version of the TOEFL, or about 550 on the paper-based version for both undergraduate and graduate students to enter their academic programs. A few schools may not require the TOEFL if you completed high school or college in the United States or if you graduated from a four-year, degree-granting institution where English is the language of instruction.
SAT® I. The SAT I may be required of undergraduate applicants. No standard score is required; results are weighed with secondary school grades and other elements of the undergraduate application.
SAT® II. Each SAT II examination tests knowledge in a specific subject area. One or more may be required of some undergraduate applicants.
GRE®. Most graduate applicants are required to submit results on the Graduate Record Examination general test and sometimes subject tests as well. Some graduate programs require a minimum 450 verbal score; others may also have a 420 minimum required on the quantitative section.
Country Director: Joseph Phillips
Our next sessions will start on January 9th 2012 in both Rabat and Casablanca. Please check out these links for more information:
General English Language Schedule
Ten Reason Why you should Study English at AMIDEAST
In partnership with Citi Foundation—Citi’s philanthropic arm, AMIDEAST is implementing the new Arab Women’s Entrepreneurship Project (AWEP) initiative to provide 80 women entrepreneurs from underserved backgrounds with training and support that will help them start a new business or expand an existing one. AWEP will help women in Kuwait, Lebanon, Morocco, and the UAE make tangible advances in their own economic productivity and potential, follow this link to learn more about the program:
If you are a student, professional, or institutional representative in need of testing services, AMIDEAST can help you. AMIDEAST serves as a preferred vendor of the Educational Testing Service (ETS) in Morocco, and administers tests on behalf of other organizations as well.
AMIDEAST delivers workshops and courses for Moroccan executives and managers. This integration of language training and professional content contributes directly to the intellectual capital that is fundamental to any organization participating in today's global economy. Participants review groundbreaking materials in management and professional performance. Case studies relevant to key Moroccan industries and issues constitute a core component of the curriculum in workshops and in the longer courses. Courses expand on the themes and topics of the workshops and allow participants to further develop their subject knowledge from the private and public sectors, providing them with the skills and knowledge they require for success in the “new economy.” The AMIDEAST method is highly interactive and combines English communication skills with the professional training required by confident, competent players in the international marketplace.
For custom-designed courses, please contact Joseph Phillips.
Kennedy-Lugar Youth Exchange and Study (YES) Program, sponsored by the U.S. Department of State, provides scholarships for Moroccan high school students to spend one academic year in the United States.
Scholarship recipients live with host families, attend U.S. high schools, and participate in special enrichment activities that include community service, youth leadership training, a civics education program, and other activities that help them develop a comprehensive understanding of American culture and develop leadership skills. Likewise, these students serve as cultural ambassadors for their home countries, representing their own rich heritage to their American host communities.
AMIDEAST is pleased you’ve chosen to explore the Fulbright Foreign Student Program and would like to assist you during your decision-making and application process. For additional information regarding eligibility, grants, and how to apply, please review the resources in this Web site.
Established in 1946, the Fulbright Program is an international exchange program sponsored by the United States Department of State Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA). The purpose of the program is to create an educational exchange environment that fosters mutual understanding and bridges cultural gaps.
U.S. Department of State Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs
Read more about the flagship international educational exchange program sponsored by the U.S. government.
J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board
Learn about the Board and how Fulbright policies and procedures are set.
Please get in touch with the Moroccan American Commission for Educational and Cultural Exchange at www.macece.org
AMIDEAST strives to provide accurate, comprehensive, current, and unbiased information on educational opportunities in the United States. Our offices are part of the EducationUSA network of approximately 450 advising centers worldwide affiliated with the U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs. All AMIDEAST advising centers adhere to EducationUSA ethical standards.
The Educational Information Centers (EIC) at Rabat as well as AMIDEAST's branch office in Casablanca maintain extensive collections of materials on U.S. and regional educational opportunities available for public use. Additionally, the EIC provides numerous educational and career information services, including free introductory public information sessions on various aspects of U.S. education. Support is also available for U.S. graduates returning to Morocco. Support for institutions is offered in such areas as testing, training, recruitment of students or employees, and development and accreditation of American-model educational programs.
AMIDEAST serves as a representative of Educational Testing Services in Morocco. Our testing division offers many computer-based tests and entrance exams that are required by U.S. schools.
You can also take part in virtual events and in the interactive videoconferences with U.S. universities held periodically at our office.
Please contact us or explore our Web site for more details on programs of interest to you. We look forward to your future visits to AMIDEAST/Morocco.