EMSI is a multidisciplinary engineering school, founded in 1986. It offers five pillars of training: IT and Network Engineering, the Engineering of Automation and Industrial Computing, Industrial Engineering, Civil Engineering, Buildings and Public Tasks.
In 2016, the school expanded its offering to include study programs in Financial Engineering, Accounting, Control and Auditing. EMSI is the largest engineering school in Morocco, with over 9000 students.
“Education for impact means having an impact on the lives of our students through an educational model which does not only provide them with a recognized degree but gives them the skills that employers require. We put ourselves in the shoes of parents investing in their children’s futures and ask ourselves what their return on investment is, by closely observing the job market to monitor salaries after graduation. Our commitment is to add value to our students by equipping them with the resources and skills to be successful in their careers or entrepreneurial endeavors.”
Network: the power of regional and global collaboration through institutions and partnerships and the positive impact.
Learning: quality education and developing world-class African human talent with an entrepreneurial mindset and 21st century skills to thrive in the globally disrupted world of work.
Innovation: education must continuously evolve to meet the challenges of the fast-changing and unpredictable globalized world.
Employability: commitment to enhancing employability of graduates.
Communities: delivering a positive social impact in local communities.
“My entrepreneurial journey began in the multidisciplinary laboratory of research and innovation (LPRI) of EMSI Casablanca in 2018. Today DiiDASKO TECHNOLOGY will soon be among the leading companies in its field of service. I chose to study entrepreneurship, although this was not easy. I learned a lot about managerial qualities, reputation management, task planning and risk assessment. It was the facility, technology and lecturers who helped me to successfully take the theory into practice.”