21 Rue des Papillons, Casablanca, Morocco

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FAQ

WHAT KIND OF INSTITUTION IS AMERICAN COLLEGE CASABLANCA?

American College Casablanca is a private institution offering American Higher Education and an American university-model curriculum in Casablanca.

WHEN WILL AMERICAN COLLEGE CASABLANCA OPEN?

The College will open in Fall 2020.

WHEN CAN I APPLY TO AMERICAN COLLEGE CASABLANCA?

You can apply online beginning in February 2020.

HOW MUCH DOES IT COST TO APPLY TO AMERICAN COLLEGE CASABLANCA?

Nothing, it’s completely free to apply to the College.

 

HOW MUCH IS TUITION FOR THE WHOLE YEAR?

Tuition at the College is 69,000 MAD for the entire year.

ARE THERE ADDITIONAL COSTS?  LIKE STUDENT FEES OR TEXTBOOKS?

No, the tuition is all-inclusive.

WHAT DEGREE PROGRAMS WILL AMERICAN COLLEGE CASABLANCA OFFER?

The College will offer six Bachelor programs at launch. You can pursue a Bachelor degree in: (1) Global Business, (2) Global Communication, (3) Global Development, (4) Global Education and Leadership, (5) Global Information Technology, and (6) Global Studies.

HOW WILL THE COLLEGE DEGREES BE ACCREDITED?

 At launch, the College degrees will be authorized and eventually accredited by the Moroccan Ministry of Education. In parallel, the College is filing for American university accreditation. American accreditation is a process that requires multiple years of continuous evaluation, usually not less than five years. The College was designed with attention to both the Moroccan and American systems of accreditation and quality assurance.

 

IN WHAT SENSE WILL THE COLLEGE BE “AMERICAN”?

The College was designed by North American academics, and the curriculum is based on the American Liberal Arts model.  All students, regardless of degree area, include courses in modern languages and globally-oriented subjects that will provide students with the necessary tools to succeed in today’s competitive international market.  All College degrees were carefully benchmarked against their counterpart degrees at universities in the United States.