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National School of Mineral Industry

 

National School of Mineral Industry

École nationale supérieure des mines de Rabat (Mines Rabat)
Motto Théorie et pratique (Theory and practice)
Established 1971
Type Grande école
Location Rabat, Morocco
Affiliations PSL*, Institut Mines-Télécom (Mines Télécom Institut of Technology), Groupe des Écoles des mines, Conférence des Grandes écoles
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The Mines Rabat called École Nationale Supérieure des Mines de Rabat in French or National Mining University of Rabat or Rabat Superior National School of Mines in English is a leading engineering school in Morocco. The school is also known as ENIM Graduate Engineering School of Rabat .

Based in Rabat, Mines Rabat is one of the oldest engineering schools in Morocco. Mines Rabat is a member of the Conférence des grandes écoles (CGE). The course for the engineering program lasts three years and the admission is done mainly by the common national competition (CNC) after making two or three years in preparatory classes.

Despite its small size (fewer than 300 students are accepted each year, after a very selective exam), it is a crucial part of the infrastructure of Moroccan industry.

In the limit of available places candidates can be admitted to this title and by level:

  • Bachelor / CUES or equivalent
  • New License
  • Master of Science and Technology and bachelor
  • Master science or technique.

Contents

  • Admissions 1
  • History 2
  • The Diplôme d’Ingénieur 3
  • Preparatory classes: The classic admission path into Grandes Écoles 4
  • Options and majors 5
  • International 6
  • External links 7

Admissions

The admission to Mines Rabat in the normal cycle is made through a very selective entrance examination, and requires at least two years of preparation after high school in preparatory classes. Admission includes a week of written examinations during the spring followed sometimes by oral examinations over the summer.

History

The school was established in 1972 and now about 300 Moroccan students are admitted each year. Foreign students, having followed a classe préparatoire curriculum (generally, African students) can also enter through the same competitive exam. Finally, some foreign students come for a single year from other top institutions in Africa.

The Diplôme d’Ingénieur

Grandes Écoles of Engineering usually offer several Master’s degree programs, the most important of which is the Diplôme d’Ingénieur, the Moroccan/French Master’s degree in Engineering.

Because of the strong selection of the students and of the very high quality of the curriculum, the Diplôme d’Ingénieur, which gives right to bear the title of an Ingénieur, is one of the most prestigious degrees in Morocco; it is protected by law and submitted to strict government supervision. It is more valued by companies than a university degree in terms of career opportunities and wages.

Preparatory classes: The classic admission path into Grandes Écoles

To enter the Diplôme d’Ingénieur curriculum of Grandes Écoles, students traditionally have to complete the first two years of their curriculum in the very intensive preparatory classes, most often in an institution outside the Grande École.

At the end of these preparatory classes, the students take nationwide, extremely selective competitive exams for entrance into Grandes Écoles, where they complete their curriculum for three years.

Thus the 1st year of the Diplôme d’Ingénieur curriculum in Grandes Écoles corresponds to a senior undergraduate year, and the two final years correspond to the graduate part of the curriculum:

1st year at Mines Rabat - equivalent to - senior year of BSc. 2nd year at Mines Rabat - equivalent to - 1st year of MSc. 3rd (final) year at Mines Rabat - equivalent to - 2nd year of MSc.

Options and majors

The Mines Rabat has a total of 15 engineering options:

  • Energy Engineering (GE)
  • Operations Planning Protection of Soil and Basement (AEPSSS (Mines))
  • Environment and Industrial Safety (ESI)
  • Computer Engineering (GI)
  • Production Systems (PS)
  • Electromechanical (ELM)
  • Industrial Maintenance (MI)
  • Mechanical Engineering and Development (GDM)
  • Industrial Management (MGI)
  • Process Engineering (IP)
  • Materials and Quality Control (MCQ)
  • Hydro-Geotechnical Engineering (HG)
  • Renewable energy (RE)

International

Agreements signed with:

External links

  • Official website
  • ENIM on fr.WorldHeritage.org
  • CGE
  • "Grandes Ecoles" organisation scheme vs. the classic university scheme
  • Rankig Web of Universities

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