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Casablanca Summer Academy


The “Casablanca Summer Academy” hosts each year students from all over the world who are interested in the Moroccan Culture and would like to enjoy a learning by doing experience from one of the top Business School in the continent. The Program is fully taught in English and offers a variety of academic courses, workshops, study trip and fun activities.

The “Casablanca Summer Academy” is intended to :

  • Students looking for a New immersive and fascinating experience where they can learn from their differences.
  • Students willing to get beyond their comfort zone and are looking for an outstanding experience.
  • Students open to see the world from different perspective, discover an Arab-Muslim country, its tolerance and openness to other ethnicities and religions, know more about Morocco as a regional hub and a gateway to Africa.

If you are looking for a destination where you could embrace a New Culture and immerse yourself in a unique and stimulating environment, join the Casablanca Summer Academy !


An unforgettable summer in the Kingdom of light, Morocco.

Beyond the learning by doing experience that ESCA’s offer, you will be able to enjoy a warm journey not only because of the sunny weather but also thanks to Morocco’s genuine welcoming, magnificent beaches, delightful cuisine as well as incredible history and landscapes.


The journey of becoming the best version of yourself

The Casablanca Summer Academy is an opportunity to meet students from all over the world in a great balance between studying and leisure. It will give you an insight into the Moroccan Culture and Africa, helping you acquire the flexibility and capacity to adapt and interact with people from different backgrounds.

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The summer program is completely taught in English to help students from different backgrounds understand the specificities of the MENA region and acquire strong leadership skills.

  • Week 1: Doing business in MENA
  • Week 2: Management and Leadership

The program is open to undergraduate as well as recent graduate students that would like to develop their strategic business skills. In addition to the academic contents, many cultural activities are scheduled throughout the program: visiting Casablanca’s landmarks, cultural activities, and short trips to the main historical cities.

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Program Dates

The Casablanca Summer Academy is a two weeks program for 26/06 to 09/07 with the possibility to choose only one or two weeks as per below :

Week 1 : Doing business in MENA : from 10/07 to 16/07

Week 2 : Management and Leadership : from 17/07 to 23/07

Both Weeks : from 10/07 to 23/07


Soufian TAKI

Ayant toujours eu comme ambition d'aller loin dans la fonction RH, le choix d'étudier à l'ESCA était comme une évidence pour moi car elle fait partie des meilleures business schools au Maroc. Après avoir décroché mon master en GRH avec double diplomation de Grenoble EM, j'ai pu évoluer avec aisance dans le marché du travail. Au fil des années j'ai occupé des postes à responsabilités au sein de grands groupes industriels et internationaux. Et aujourd'hui, je suis HR Manager Morocco chez NIPPON EXPRESS, groupe japonais spécialisé en logistique et transport. Je suis fière d’être un membre de la grande famille ESCA.

Human Ressources manager, NIPPON EXPRESS

Sohail Mohamed NAROT

Having chosen ESCA in Casablanca Morocco for my exchange semester was one of the best decisions I have made in life. The quality of education we experienced there was really great and familiar. We felt like home and after a short time we were part of ESCA. In general the Moroccan culture is great. Experiencing the great hospitality and the easy way of life enriched my stay in Casablanca. Thank you for giving me the opportunity for such a great time.

Augsburg-University (Allemagne)


Je voulais suivre un parcours entièrement anglophone dans un pays autre que la France. En faisant mes recherches sur les écoles partenaires de EM Normandie, j’ai découvert le parcours ‘’International Business’’ de ESCA Ecole de Management. Attiré par la qualité du programme, j’ai tout de suite décidé de m’inscrire à une année d’échange, d’autant plus qu’un séjour au Maroc me permettrait également de découvrir une nouvelle culture

EM Normandie (France)

Briac De Kerros

My Moroccan experience was awesome….I would recommend it to anyone! Coming here at first wasn’t a choice but I ended up loving the country, the habits, mentality and the Moroccan environment as a whole.

RSM, Erasmus University, Pays-Bas

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Morocco – Kingdom of light

More than just a country to visit, Morocco is a country that you need to experience through its art, its living culture and its craftsmanship. With several dynasties that have succeeded one another over the years: from the Idrisside dynasty to the Alaouite dynasty, Morocco has gained international consideration as a multicultural country, with several types of heritage recognized as World Heritage by UNESCO. Morocco is one of the go-to destinations for discovery lovers, the most fascinated by nature, history, the art of living and Moroccan hospitality.

Morocco is among the best world destinations in 2023, according to experts in the tourism sector, underlines the American daily Washington Post. The newspaper shared that even before the 2022 Qatar World Cup, which brought Morocco to worldwide attention, the country was already a popular travel destination.

For a better insight regarding the country, we invite you to watch the last promotional video by the Moroccan Tourism Office entitled : Encounter the light of Morocco


Casablanca – The Bustling City

As the country’s largest city and economic center, Casablanca is both a historic port settlement and a breeding ground for contemporary Moroccan culture with cosmopolitan restaurants, theaters, and galleries; as well as one of the world’s biggest mosques and the most vibrant nightlife scene in Morocco.


Study Trips : Marrakech – Tangier – Chefchaouen

Marrakech – The Red City (1st week)
Between tradition and modernity, Marrakech is the promise of unequaled sensations. Strolling the Jemaa El-Fna square and the souks with their shimmering colors and oriental smells, the red city offers you a complete change of scenery. Horse-drawn carriage rides, sunny terraces, travelling artists and other day and night activities will give a tale of wishful comeback.

You will be able to admire all the architectural richness of the Medina, upon visiting one of its many riads, small oriental palaces overlooking a beautiful patio. You can also relax and recharge at the Menara, a vast garden with an emblematic basin. Marrakech shower its visitors by its splendor and its diversity, you just have to leave the ramparts to be immersed in modern Morocco. The districts of Gueliz and Hivernage offer the most modern infrastructures, luxury boutiques and international ready-to-wear stores, which all contribute to Marrakech’s unique offering.
Tangier – The Cosmopolitan City (2nd Week)

Tangier is a little bit of everything – an architectural hodgepodge of Middle Eastern inspired temples, Byzantine Era cobblestone streets, Grecian whitewashed homes, and many other multicultural influences. Moreover, it’s the perfect entry point into Morocco, with regular ferries from Spain to Tangier. Tangier has a lot of international influence as a result of colonization by the Spanish, French, British and others. As Tangier was once considered an international zone, it is home to a unique cocktail of culture and architecture.

Chefchaouen – The Blue Diamond (2nd Week)

Built on a mountainside, Chefchaouen is a city with a special vibe. Its unique charm gives an impression of unreality. With its blue-rinsed houses, the whole city seems to be bathed in azure.

More than just an ornament, the beautiful Chefchaouen brims with attractions. Its heritage is rich. The inescapable Medina with its famous narrow winding alleys, is an opportunity to mingle with the local population, and to smell and taste delights: from freshly baked bread to skillfully prepared tagines. There is also the Kasbah which stands in the middle of the old quarter: its lush gardens, located in the center of the city, are a haven of freshness. Its museum, which is home to a collection of old weapons, some photos of the city, and textiles, is must-see.