Minister of Higher Education, Scientific Research and Innovation, Abdellatif Mirawi, along with a high-level ministerial delegation, undertook a working visit to the United Kingdom to strengthen strategic partnerships between the two countries in the fields of higher education and education.
With the 2023 edition being organized in London from 7, Mr. From May 10 under the slogan: “New Beginnings Fostering a Culture of Learning, Promoting Resilience and Sustainability. This edition was attended by heads of international organizations including the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), the World Bank, the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development and the British Council, and more than 124 Ministers of Education. All over the world.
Participating in a panel discussion on “Most Important Skills at Different Levels of Education and How to Improve Them Through Teaching, Learning and Observation”, the Minister emphasized the importance of including strength skills in training programmes. To develop young people’s ability to be flexible, resilient and face an ever-changing world. It also sheds light on the current challenges facing higher education institutions, particularly the need to adapt their systems and keep pace with technological developments such as new applications of artificial intelligence. Mr. Mirawi reviewed the Moroccan experience of crystallization and implementation of the National Plan to Accelerate the Transformation of Higher Education, Scientific Research and Innovation (PACTE ESRI 2030).
On the sidelines of the meeting, a special meeting for African countries was held, and the Minister also held talks with some ministers from several countries, including the Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research of the Republic of Libya, Omran Muhammad Al-Jib. , the Minister of National Education of the Republic of Rwanda, Valentin Uwamaria, and the Minister of National Education of the Republic of Senegal, Sheikh Omar Ane.
On the sidelines of the Global Education Forum, Lord Wimbledon chaired the event alongside Tariq Ahmed, British Secretary of State for the Middle East and North Africa and the United Nations, and Minister for Higher Education, Scientific Research and Innovation Abdellatif Mirawi. His Majesty King Mohammed VI’s Ambassador to the United Kingdom Mr. Hakeem Hajjoy. Yesterday, Wednesday, the fifth meeting of the Higher Education Committee between the Kingdom of Morocco and the United Kingdom was held at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in London.
During the meeting, Ahmad said, “Twenty-first century diplomacy is about making progress on common priorities and building partnerships that help everyone achieve prosperity, and there is no doubt that high-quality education is the way to transform lives and livelihoods.” Mr. Mirawi stressed that “investing in the mobility of doctoral students at higher education institutions in the United Kingdom will ensure a strong and sustainable partnership between the two kingdoms.”
On this occasion, a Memorandum of Understanding was signed between the Ministry of Higher Education, Scientific Research and Innovation of Morocco and the British Council with a view to supporting the certification process in English for Moroccan students. Preferential pricing.
It should be noted that the aforementioned committee was established in 2019 following the establishment of a strategic dialogue between the Kingdom of Morocco and the United Kingdom and holds its meetings on a regular basis. The meeting followed the fourth meeting of the aforementioned committee on March 28, 2022 and recorded important achievements in bilateral cooperation in the field of higher education. This culminated in the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between the British Quality Assurance Agency. (QAA) and the Moroccan National Agency for Assessment and Quality Assurance in Higher Education and Scientific Research (ANEAQ) as well as two partnerships between Moroccan and British institutions to strengthen capacities in the field of scientific research.
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