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  • Title: The Moroccan-American Commission for Educational and Cultural Exchange
    Descriptive info: .. Home.. About MACECE.. History.. Board Members.. Government Partners.. Partnership Opportunities.. The Friends of the MACECE Foundation.. Grants.. Grants for Moroccans.. Fulbright Study Grant.. Joint Supervision Doctoral Grant.. Post-Doctoral Research Grants.. Fulbright FLTA program.. Humphrey Fellowship Program.. Fulbright Distinguished Awards in Teaching.. International Leaders in Education.. Grants for Americans.. Senior Scholar Research Grant.. Senior Scholar Lecturing Grants.. ETA Program.. Study in Morocco.. FAQs.. Events.. Calendar of Events.. Moroccan American Holidays.. Contacts.. Useful links.. Highlights.. Search.. The Moroccan-American Commission for Educational and Cultural Exchange, or MACECE, has been facilitating academic exchanges between Morocco and the United States for over 25 years.. MACECE runs several programs, the most prominent of which  ...   Alumni.. The.. International Exchange Alumni.. website is the U.. S.. Department of State’s official website for more than 1,000,000 current emerging leaders who have participated in U.. government-sponsored exchange programs.. Visit today and get inspired by alumni achievements, empowered by the member resources, and connected to the global alumni community.. EducationUSA.. EducationUSA is a global network of more than 400 advising centers supported by the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs at the U.. Department of State.. The Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs.. (ECA) promotes mutual understanding between the United States and other countries through personal and professional ties between private citizens in the United States and abroad..

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  • Title: About MACECE « The Moroccan-American Commission for Educational and Cultural Exchange
    Descriptive info: For over thirty years, the Moroccan-American Commission for Educational and Cultural Exchange (MACECE) has been working to promote the spirit of traditional friendship between the peoples of Morocco and the United States of America by facilitating academic and cultural exchanges between American and Moroccan citizens.. The Moroccan-American Commission for Educational and Cultural Exchange was established in 1982 by agreement between the two  ...   managerial and administrative autonomy.. It is managed by a binational board of commissioners and receives its primary funding from the governments of the Kingdom of Morocco and the United States of America, as well as from the private sector.. The Commission administers a wide range of research, study and teaching grants, chiefly within the context of the worldwide Fulbright Educational Exchange Program..

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  • Title: History « The Moroccan-American Commission for Educational and Cultural Exchange
    Descriptive info: Moroccans began benefiting from Fulbright study grants even before independence in 1956.. In 1967, the Kingdom of Morocco and the United States of America signed a Cultural Agreement which led to increased educational and cultural exchanges of many types financed largely by the American government and administered by the US Embassy.. The recipients of these early Fulbright grants include eminent Moroccan government officials, as well as leading  ...   achieved through these exchanges, a provisional commission on educational and cultural exchange was established in 1980.. Finally, in a determined effort to strengthen and expand such exchanges, a binational agreement for the creation of the current Commission for Educational and Cultural Exchange was signed and went into effect in 1982.. This agreement stems from the close bilateral relations that the two countries have enjoyed for over two centuries..

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  • Title: Board Members « The Moroccan-American Commission for Educational and Cultural Exchange
    Descriptive info: MACECE Board.. The Commission is managed by a board of six Moroccans and six resident Americans who all serve without compensation.. Board Members are appointed respectively by the Moroccan Minister of Foreign Affairs and the American Ambassador to Morocco, both of whom serve as Honorary Co-Chairs of the Commission board.. The board meets several times each year to set policy and review Commission activities.. A sub-committee of the board is responsible for the screening and selection of candidates..  ...   and oversees the final selection of all grantees.. In addition, the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, U.. Department of State (ECA) and MACECE are assisted in the administration of the program by the following co-operating agencies:.. The Council for the International Exchange of Scholars (CIES).. ,.. the Institute of International Education (IIE).. The International Research Exchanges Board IREX.. and.. AMIDEAST.. MACECE SECRETARIAT:.. Dr.. James A.. MILLER.. , MACECE Executive Director.. Mr.. Mohammed CHRAYAH.. , MACECE Deputy Executive Director..

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  • Title: Government Partners « The Moroccan-American Commission for Educational and Cultural Exchange
    Descriptive info: Government Funding.. Funding for the Moroccan-American Commission for Educational and Cultural Exchange comes from both governments - Morocco and the United States of America.. In the United States, Fulbright programs are run through the Department of State s Bureau of Educational Cultural Affairs (ECA) and contributions from ECA come directly to the Commission in Rabat.. In Morocco, the government contribution is delivered through the Ministry of Higher Education..

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  • Title: Partnership Opportunities « The Moroccan-American Commission for Educational and Cultural Exchange
    Descriptive info: Private Sector Funding.. In order to assure the future strength and viability of its grant programs, MACECE has embarked upon a campaign to find partners in the private sector and among individuals wishing to share in the critical mission of encouraging educational and cultural exchange between the two countries.. The Fulbright Business Advisory Council (FBAC).. Established in June 1998, the FBAC has been the locomotive of generating financial support and innovative ideas from leaders of the Moroccan business community.. The FBAC groups 36 of Morocco’s most important business leaders interested in strengthening binational educational exchanges.. “Hyphenated” Grants.. The efforts of the FBAC have resulted in the creation of eleven new Fulbright scholarships.. These Corporate sponsored grants, which were created in 1999, bear the name of the sponsoring company along with the Fulbright name.. The following companies have sponsored or pledged to sponsor a total of 17 Fulbright Scholarships for a combined worth of $1M:.. Boeing, CMS Energy, Coca-Cola, Forafric, MIFA, Mobil Oil, OCP, ONA, Pfizer, Somepi, Wafa.. The Mohammed VI Scholarship Endowment Fund.. In May 2000, His Majesty King Mohammed VI gave his approval for the creation of an endowment fund bearing his name.. The Mohammad VI Fund was launched on the occasion of the second Annual Gala Dinner.. Thanks to generous  ...   financial contributions and would be happy to discuss details with potential donors.. To support the Commission, you can:.. Join the ongoing 25th Anniversary Fundraising Campaign.. Contribute to the Mohammed VI Scholarship Endowment Fund.. Tax-deductible donations can currently be made to MACECE through the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, U.. Contribute to the development of new types of scholarships.. Corporate donors may wish to establish a hyphenated grant to sponsor a Master s degree program for Moroccan students of a particular profile in a specified field.. Individual donors may also establish hyphenated grants.. Donate copies of your published or unpublished work (books, articles, dissertations, etc.. ) to the Moroccan-American Academic Research Center (MAARC) housed at the commission.. We are particularly keen to enrich our North African and North American area studies collections with the works of former MACECE grantees.. Sponsor publications by former grantees.. We are hoping to initiate a series of anthologies of papers by MACECE alumni.. Make in-kind contributions towards the accomplishment of specific projects or program goals.. Participate in orientation sessions for new grantees by giving lectures without compensation.. Become active in the Moroccan Fulbright Alumni Association (.. MFAA.. ).. In order to assist MACECE in updating its database, please email us your updated contact information at info@macece.. ma..

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  • Title: The Friends of the MACECE Foundation « The Moroccan-American Commission for Educational and Cultural Exchange
    Descriptive info: The Friends of the Moroccan-American Commission Foundation, Inc.. is a District of Columbia non-profit corporation established in 2000 in Washington, DC, to support MACECE by soliciting and receiving tax-deductible contributions from U.. alumni and other supporters of the MACECE scholarship and cultural exchange programs.. The “Friends of the MACECE Foundation” holds periodic fundraising campaigns to supplement MACECE’s government funding for its various Fulbright scholarship and cultural exchange programs  ...   has its office and its registered agent at.. 1090 Vermont Ave.. , NW, Ste.. 910, Washington, DC 20005.. (InCorp Services).. You may make contributions to The Friends of the MACECE Foundation through its General Counsel, Mr.. Darrell Blakeway, Esq.. , at.. 3116 7.. th.. Street N, Arlington, VA 22201.. If you have questions, please contact Dr.. James Miller, Executive Director of MACECE and the Friends Foundation at j.. miller@macece..

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  • Title: Grants « The Moroccan-American Commission for Educational and Cultural Exchange
    Descriptive info: MACECE Grant programs.. The Moroccan American Commission for Educational and Cultural Exchange administers programs for Moroccan and US citizens.. The selection process is based on academic excellence and leadership qualities.. Study Grants are not awarded for the following fields: medicine, pharmacology and dentistry.. Americans who are interested in applying for a Fulbright to Morocco should consult the Institute of International Education IIE Fulbright site.. Grants for Moroccans:.. :.. If you have a Bachelor (License) degree or if you hold the equivalent of a 4 year university degree, please click here.. Fulbright Joint Supervision Grant.. If you are currently enrolled in a doctoral program at a Moroccan university, you may qualify for this program, which  ...   research period in a U.. University or institution.. Foreign Language Teaching Assistantship Program (FLTA).. This program is open for both public and private young school teachers.. It gives them the opportunity to teach Arabic at an American university and take courses at the same time.. This a a one year grant for young and mid-career professionals.. Fulbright Distinguished Awards in Teaching Program (DA).. : This is for public high school teachers.. International Leaders in Education Program.. : This is a program for public high school teachers.. Grants for Americans:.. For American students who are recent graduates or enrolled in a graduate program.. Senior Scholars:.. For American.. researchers.. or.. lecturers.. English Teaching Assistant Program.. (ETA)..

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  • Title: Grants for Moroccans « The Moroccan-American Commission for Educational and Cultural Exchange
    Descriptive info: If you have a Bachelor degree (Licence) or you hold the equivalent of a 4 year university degree, you can apply for this grant.. Fulbright Joint Supervision Grant:.. Post-Doctoral Research Grant:.. Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistantship Program (FLTA).. If you are a young teacher in either public or private sector, you can apply for this program to teach Arabic in an  ...   with leadership qualities and public service commitment you can apply for this program for professional development.. Fulbright Distinguished Awards in Teaching (DA).. This is a program for public high school teachers of English.. It s a highly competitive grant.. International Leaders in Education Program (ILEP).. This is a program for public high school teachers of English who have the quality of leadership..

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  • Title: Fulbright Study Grant « The Moroccan-American Commission for Educational and Cultural Exchange
    Descriptive info: Each year the Moroccan-American Commission awards Master’s scholarships for Moroccan students to pursue their studies in the United States.. These scholarships are funded by the governments of Morocco and the United States.. Applicants must meet the following criteria:.. The application is due June 30, 2015.. If you are expecting your diploma but do not already have it in hand, you may turn in a copy of it no later than Thursday, July 17, 2015.. Students studying in the United States are not eligible to apply.. Candidates who have worked overseas for more than two years are not eligible to apply.. Preference will be given to those who have not previously studied or lived in the U.. for an extended period.. Preference will also be shown to candidates who have not lived outside Morocco for extended periods of time or hold dual nationality.. Scholarships are not awarded for medicine, dentistry or pharmacy.. Those proposing to pursue the degree of Master of Business Administration (M.. B.. A) must have at least one year of work experience.. before June 30, 2015.. Unpaid  ...   administered in Morocco on specific dates by AMIDEAST, 35 rue d’Oukaimeden, Agdal, Rabat,.. Tel: 0537-67-50-82.. You must register in advance at AMIDEAST.. The GRE is given in October only at Amideast.. Most American universities require a minimum TOEFL score of 550 for the paper-based test and 213 for the computer-based test.. For the MBA, the minimum GMAT score is 550.. 9.. Applicants are warned that the MBA is the most competitive area of Fulbright grants.. 10.. Completed application must be submitted by using the Embark online application system for the 2015 Fulbright Foreign Student Program by June 30, 2014.. Students who are eligible and interested to apply for the Study grant Program are welcome to complete the application online using the Embark system.. Link will be provided in due time.. Instructions to guide you through your online application could be downloaded from the following link:.. Will be provided in due time.. 11.. Candidates should be available for an interview in the second half of.. July 2015.. Further information is available from Ms.. Laila Meftah at the Commission,.. l.. meftah@macece..

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  • Title: Joint Supervision Doctoral Grant « The Moroccan-American Commission for Educational and Cultural Exchange
    Descriptive info: 2015 JOINT.. MOROCCAN-AMERICAN SUPERVISION SCHOLARSHIPS.. for Ph.. Study Research in the USA.. MACECE announces the 2015.. Joint Supervision Fulbright Scholarship.. for doctoral candidates (Doctorat d’Etat) at Moroccan universities.. This program allows Moroccan doctoral candidates to pursue a year of study and research in America and provides them with an American Ph.. co-supervisor.. The Joint Supervision Scholarship is a Fulbright scholarship.. Candidates selected under this program spend up to one year at an American university doing dissertation research, taking courses, and other university study related to their Ph.. The American professor becomes your Ph.. co-supervisor and must express in writing a clear commitment to help supervise and guide your doctoral work in the United States.. Your Moroccan.. directeur de thèse.. must also write a letter of support for your participation in this grant.. Most successful applications reveal a good relationship already established between the Moroccan and the American professors.. Please consider the following:.. Applications without commitments and authorization from both Moroccan and American professors will not be considered.. Your application must include an evaluation of your dissertation proposal by both your.. directeur de thèse.. and the American Co-Supervisor.. If you are a candidate in the sciences or engineering, you must  ...   the relevant literature.. - Place the proposal in the context of recent research in your field.. - Include an up-to-date bibliography.. Your proposal’s relevance to Morocco’s national needs will be an important element considered by the Selection Committee.. The Joint Supervision Scholarship covers the following:.. 1.. A stipend to meet your living costs at the American university for a total of no more than 12 months, divided into two periods if appropriate;.. 2.. Tuition and other reasonable charges at the American university, subject to MACECE’s and the U.. co-supervisor’s approval;.. 3.. One or two round-trips between Morocco and the American university;.. 4.. An allowance of up to $1000 for the purchase of books and materials.. 5.. An allowance of up to $1000 for the purchase or rental of necessary equipment;.. 6.. Medical insurance covering your periods of stay in the U.. MACECE will also provide a round-trip ticket and per diem to the American co-supervisor to attend the PhD thesis defense of the Moroccan student.. The maximum period over which Joint Supervision is disbursed is two years.. For Further information, please contact Program Officer Laila Meftah.. The 2015-2016 application deadline is.. mid-December 2014.. Download.. the Joint Supervision grant application..

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