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Prof. Azzedine ELMIDAOUI
President of Ibn Tofail University
Kenitra, Morocco
Rome, 21th October, 2016
Introduction
Before the introduction of modern higher education
system during the period of the protectorate, higher
educa...
Creation of the first university in the world, "Al Quaraouiyine" in Fez by Fatima
Alfihrya the during the reign of the Idr...
The first
doctoral degree
in medicine in
the world,
issued by the
University of Al
Karaouiyyine in
Fez
Introduction
In 2000, the higher education system in Morocco underwent a
comprehensive reform which focused on educational...
General Objectives
Adoption of a system of easily readable and comparable degrees
A system based on two main course: Basic...
Specific Objectives
1. Renovation and
modernization of the
educational system
7. Organisation of
continuous training
3. pr...
Features of the LMD System
1. A degree structure based on three reference levels "Bachelor’s,
Master’ss, Doctorate"
Two Ba...
Pedagogical organisation
Study Programmes are based on the following principles:
National common core programmes and speci...
Continuous Improvement of the
System
Based on the reports of the first self-assessment
conducted in 2007, basic Bachelor’s...
Strengthen and better structure the information
system and student counselling service
Develop a tutoring system
Develop p...
Contextualise language teaching and adapt it to the
specificities of the sector
Separate module elements L, C and I from m...
Reduce the number of in-class teaching load in
favour of the student's personal work
Simplify testing and make-up procedur...
Continuous Improvement of the System
This spirit of continuous improvement has continued
throughout the years of implement...
Continuous Improvement of the System
Overcrowding in Moroccan universities,
The very low rate of educational support,
The ...
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Educational system LMD's bachelor’s, master’s and doctorate

Prof. Azzedine ELMIDAOUI - President of Ibn Tofail University
Kenitra - Morocco

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Educational system lmd's bachelor’s, master’s and doctorate

  1. 1. Prof. Azzedine ELMIDAOUI President of Ibn Tofail University Kenitra, Morocco Rome, 21th October, 2016
  2. 2. Introduction Before the introduction of modern higher education system during the period of the protectorate, higher education in Morocco was based on classical, primarily theological teachings. The period of colonialism was the opportunity to redesign the conventional system and to establish a system based on the French model.
  3. 3. Creation of the first university in the world, "Al Quaraouiyine" in Fez by Fatima Alfihrya the during the reign of the Idrissid Dynasty. Maintaining the traditional system and introduction of a modern higher education system through the creation of 5 institutions Creating the Mohamed V University in Rabat, Morocco's first modern university 859 1912-1956 1957 1975 Triggering a process of creation and decentralization of university institutions Adoption of the first law of higher education 1986-2000 Expansion and diversification of the academic offer: 14 universities and 73 institutions covering 12 regions General reform of Higher Education System : and the adoption of the Law 01-00 in Morocco 2000 Development of higher education system in Morocco
  4. 4. The first doctoral degree in medicine in the world, issued by the University of Al Karaouiyyine in Fez
  5. 5. Introduction In 2000, the higher education system in Morocco underwent a comprehensive reform which focused on educational aspects and governance. Primarily, the goal was: align to the European system to enhance mobility, overcome the shortcomings of the old system and to promote academic excellence. This system has been set up in universities in Morocco since September 2003-2004.
  6. 6. General Objectives Adoption of a system of easily readable and comparable degrees A system based on two main course: Basic and vocational Mobility of students, teachers and researchers Promotion of inter-university cooperation
  7. 7. Specific Objectives 1. Renovation and modernization of the educational system 7. Organisation of continuous training 3. progressive orientation system 6. Preparation for integration into the job market (CLE) 2. basic training and professionalizing Curricula 4. System of Continuous assessment of knowledge 5. Strengthening Study Skills of Student (LCI, TEC, MTU)
  8. 8. Features of the LMD System 1. A degree structure based on three reference levels "Bachelor’s, Master’ss, Doctorate" Two Basic Features 2. Organisation of training into semesters and modules
  9. 9. Pedagogical organisation Study Programmes are based on the following principles: National common core programmes and specific syllabi for LEF. (Bachelor’s degree) A semester equals 16 weeks of teaching and assessment. A module is the basic unit of training. Assessment of knowledge and skills is based on administering Mid-term and final tests. Capitalisation is an innovative pedagogical principle introduced by the LMD system. Every study programme provides academic bridges.
  10. 10. Continuous Improvement of the System Based on the reports of the first self-assessment conducted in 2007, basic Bachelor’s degrees « new approach» were introduced in 2009. The national conference organised for this purpose adopted the following recommendations:
  11. 11. Strengthen and better structure the information system and student counselling service Develop a tutoring system Develop personal work Strengthen discipline-specific training and develop options for specialisation and opennness 1 2 3 4 Continuous Improvement of the System
  12. 12. Contextualise language teaching and adapt it to the specificities of the sector Separate module elements L, C and I from major modules Provide study skills modules to introduce students to the requirements of academia Reduce the number of module elements for more consistency Continuous Improvement of the System 6 7 8 5
  13. 13. Reduce the number of in-class teaching load in favour of the student's personal work Simplify testing and make-up procedures Review and enhance End of Study Project (PFE) Continuous Improvement of the System 9 10 11
  14. 14. Continuous Improvement of the System This spirit of continuous improvement has continued throughout the years of implementation of 'new approach' for Bachelor’s degrees. Indeed, the implementation of these new Bachelor’s degrees has faced several problems. Thus, in 2014 changes made to the specifications of national educational standards were intended to solve problems related to:
  15. 15. Continuous Improvement of the System Overcrowding in Moroccan universities, The very low rate of educational support, The dropout rate that has remained very important, The very low rate of insertion of graduates in the job market. The difficulty of administrative and educational management of courses, etc.

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