ESCA: School of Management
Fall/Spring Semester Program
Casablanca is a modern city built by people from different origin. It has long been a melting pot of cultures, and inspired original urban architecture. Numerous features make the urban space and buildings in Casablanca an outstanding contribution to the body of the Southern Mediterranean architecture.
For more information on Casablanca, please click on the ESCA's Casablanca Guide.
The ESCA School of Management is located in the heart of Casablanca, combining the Moroccan traditional culture and modern life. The ESCA School of Management offers its students all the basics of management and the skills necessary to integrate the business world as Managers who can manage the complexity.
Another important element in the courses offered by the ESCA School of Management is to include the international dimension of all programs and the English language in more than one third of the training.
The ESCA School of Management offers a friendly environment that rhymes with knowledge sharing and interaction between the various stakeholders within the institution. Every floor of the school's campus of is a true reflection of the culture of sharing and exchange.
- Creation date: 1992
- 1048 current students and participants
- 150 teachers including 40 professional counselors and 60 visiting professors
- Member of four international organizations: EFMD, AACSB, and AABS EAIE
- Member of the Conference of" Grandes Ecoles"
- Approximately 2000 graduates
- An online library with over 12000 management references
- ESCA School of Management is in the top tier of business schools in the Maghreb :
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Learn more about ESCA's Accreditation, Mission, and Vision here.
To learn more about ESCA's Exchange program, click here.
Students who enroll in this program will take English-taught classes at ESCA's Casablanca campus. The university, founded in 1992, offers a multicultural, global perspective to business in today's economy. Thirty-three international partners from South Africa, Germany, Russia, Singapore, Spain, USA, Turkey, Japan, and Tunisia, just to name a few, make up the student body of approximately 1048 current students and participatns, and approximately 2000 graduates.
This program is well-suited for students looking to fulfill courses in Management and Geopolitics, International Environment, International HR, International Accounting, Project Management, Doing Business in Asia, Spanish, Dialectal Arabic, Moroccan Studies, Mandarin, Information System, International Risk Management, and Business Ethics, just to name a few. Students will be engaged in case studies, group projects, lectures, and examinations.
To view the list of courses offered at ESCA, please click Here.
To view the Exchange Student Guide, please click here.
A list of pre-approved courses with USD Equivalencies for these classes is being developed.
Internships are programmed at the end of the Semester for three months.
For a detailed description of program costs, please see the Program Cost in the box at the top of this webpage.
Accomodations range between 400-650 euros ($520-$837) - including electricity and water
Domitories range between 250-300 euros ($260-$390) (www.loge-etudes.com)
EXCURSIONS & ACTIVTIES
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USD students must apply to ESCA as well as through the USD study abroad page. All materials to be sent to ESCA are collected by the Program Advisor, Justin Berens at Serra Hall 201 once you are ready to apply.
Applicants should also complete the ESCA online application, then submit the following materials to submit to Justin Berens to be sent to ESCA:
- Cover Letter
- Passport-sized Photo (2)
- Copy of Passport
- Official Transcript
Application deadline for the Fall Semester: End of April. Classes begin on September and end in Dec.
Application deadline for the Spring Semeter: End of October. Classes begin on January and end in June.
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