As you can see, the best strategy is to apply to multiple universities in different countries to increase your chances of getting scholarships (“bourses”).
⌛When to start?
Moroccans in these levels:
🇲🇦1è BAC (🇫🇷Première)
🇲🇦2è BAC (🇫🇷Terminale)
Should already start preparing for universities in the USA, Canada and Europe.
The sooner you start preparing, the higher your chances of getting accepted in good universities with generous scholarships (“bourses”).
These universities are normally expensive, but reduce their price depending on the quality of the application (“dossier”).
The application (dossier) you send universities depends on the country and university you’re applying to, but generally this is what you should expect:
Moyennes générales (controles continus + bac) depuis la 🇲🇦3ème année collège (🇫🇷Troisième).
SAT test score (Math + English).
English language test score (TOEFL or IELTS).
Other (essays, activities, letters of recommendation…).
The SAT is a test that Americans take at the end of high school (lycée). Moroccans who want to study in the US or Europe (in English) should take this test in the American schools of Morocco. It’s half Math, half English, and it’s /1600 points.
The language tests have 4 sections: Reading, Listening, Speaking, and Writing. You take the TOEFL or the IELTS in language centers in Morocco.
The essays are questions you have to answer in around 650 words, like “why did you choose our university?”, “have you overcome any challenge in your life?” etc… The goal is to show your personality and how unique you are.
The extracurricular activities represent everything you’ve done outside of school, like sports, music, hobbies etc… If you don’t have any, we help you find them.
The recommendation letters are sent by your teachers and contain reviews about your performance and potential.
No matter your level, these are the steps to follow:
Prepare for the SAT.
Take the SAT test.
Prepare the rest (TOEFL, essays…).
Apply to universities.
Wait for results.
These are the steps for each level:
You are too young to start preparing for the SAT test, so for now focus on the rest:
Improve your English (join our Discord server).
Get good grades in school,
Work on extracurricular activities (sports, music, hobbies, projects, volunteering…).
Then when you’re in September of your 🇲🇦Tronc Commun (🇫🇷 Seconde), you can contact us to start preparing for the SAT test.
You start preparing for the SAT as soon as possible. The sooner you start preparing, the more balance you will have with your school work and your Bac preparation. Join our SAT classes (1 class/week). Contact us for prices and details.
You take the SAT test in March 2025.
You prepare for the rest between March and September 2025.
You apply to universities in September 2025.
You start the classes at the university in September 2026.
🇲🇦1è BAC (🇫🇷Première)
You start preparing for the SAT as soon as possible. The sooner you start preparing, the more balance you will have with your school work and your Bac preparation. Join our SAT classes. Contact us for prices and details.
You take the SAT test in March 2024.
You prepare for the rest between March and September 2024.
You apply to universities in September 2024.
You start the classes at the university in September 2025.
We’ve been helping Moroccan students for years. We know what universities like to see in the applications. We present to you different opportunities in different countries and help you prepare everything.
Join our classes and let us take care of your application by giving you the right classes at the right time:
We show you how our students got accepted with scholarships.
We help you get the highest scores at the tests:
SAT test preparation.
We help you with every part of the application:
All the CommonApp fields (and other platforms).
We help you with all the paperwork.
We give you all the tips and tricks to submit the best application and crush the competition.
⭐Join our classes
The Stairway classes are online, on Zoom.
Our tutors (teachers) are Moroccans who have successfully studied abroad in English-speaking universities, so most of us still live abroad, and will teach you everything you need to know on Zoom.
Who better to guide you than Moroccans who have achieved exactly what you want to achieve?
Best way to contact us: