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EnewsletterDecember, 2011


IELTS says yes to USA 

Over 2000 US universities and professional bodies accept IELTS scores as proof of English language skills. More than one million candidates in a year are now using IELTS to open doors throughout the English-speaking world and beyond. Our highly trained test centre administrators and examiners are the human face of IELTS. They are here to provide a quality, personal service and ready to help you. We produce a wide range of learning and practice materials which you can purchase from British Council centres ordownload sample materials from our website. Results are available 13 days after the test, and we can send them direct to you or  the institutions you are applying to. Next IELTS dates: 7 January, 21 January , 18 February Register now.


 
 Learn English and win wonderful prizes  
 
The English Challenge monthly competition helps you improve your English language skills and have fun through the British Council's LearnEnglish website. Check outhttp://learnenglish.britishcouncil.org/ar/competition/english-challenge. Each month, three people in Morocco will win one wonderful prize: an iPad2, a laptop or a mobile phone.  Are you: Registered on LearnEnglish website? 16 years old or above? A Moroccan citizen? Interested in improving your English skills? What are you waiting for? Register now, read our terms and conditions, then start answering November's questions in the competition form. Deadline for submitting your answers are on 15th of December.  
 


 
Learn English with us!
 
We offer the best English language teaching for children, teenagers and adults at all levels from Beginners to Proficiency, and have a reputation for results, excellence and professionalism with students coming back to our courses year after year.
 
Whether you're a beginner or an advanced level student; whether you want to learn English for study, business or social reasons; whether you're planning to take one of the Cambridge ESOL exams or IELTS or just enjoy learning English, we have a course that's right for you.
 
Registration for term two for current students has started on 1 december and for new students will start on 19 december in our both centres.
 
 
  
"Rabat Stories"   
 
Parallel to the British Film Week, 16 young filmmakers from ISCA (L'Institut Spécialisé du Cinéma et de l'Audiovisuel ) worked for one week in November on 4 different short documentaries of 3 minutes each under the supervision of two British directors from the Documentary Film Institute in the UK. Each film opening a small and short window onto the life of ordinary people in Rabat: "The Grave Digger","Moroccans of Libya", "Recycling Man" and "Menchefouch". Asmaa El Alaoui, Director of ISCA, says "The workshops conducted in our premises were of a great success. The students enjoyed the training led by Noémie Mendelle and Flora Cosque both at the theoretical and technical levels. The two facilitators fromthe Scottish Documentary Institute have done a remarkable job. The students were able to put into practice all the concepts related to the documentary that were acquired as part of their studies and have shown great professional and human qualities. We are very keen of fostering our collaboration with  the British Council to promote cinematography training and cultural exchange". 
 
  


 
Internship at the British Council
 
The purpose of our Internship Programme is to offer successful candidates an opportunity to improve their skills and enhance their educational experience through practical work assignment while gaining experience of working in an international environment.  It is open to young people who are 18 years or above, undergraduate or graduated from University and currently a student in completion of a course of study. Fluency in English is desirable. Computing skills, as well as knowledge of British Council work areas are advantageous. Apply now. 
 
  
Connecting Classrooms  - from Hampshire to Beni Mellal
   
Within the context of the "Connecting Classrooms Project", four UK teachers from Hampshire visited their reciprocal schools in Morocco particularly in the region of Tadla-Azilal from 17 to 21 of October 2011. The key aims of this exchange visit were to meet face to face the coordinators of the Moroccan schools involved in the project, to visit pupils in their classrooms, to meet key stakeholders linked to the Ministry of National Education and to keep up regular contact between the two clusters and reinforce their partnership more closely. The exchange visit left positive impressions and impact on both teachers and pupils visited. It was an excellent opportunity to establish stronger links between the two clusters, keep the project seem two-sided, share experience and best practice and forge ahead the partnership next year, all this in an effective and interactive way which was highly appreciated by the school partners. 
  


 
  
Quality Assurance: Standards and Practices 
 
As part of the British Council's international programme « Skills for Employability », the ESITH (
École Supérieure des Industries du Textile et de l'Habillement), Doncaster College (United Kingdom), and the British Council  held a conference entitled « Quality Assurance in Education and Training: Standards and Practices on 26 October at ESITH. During this conference, a panel of Moroccan and British experts discussed the quality assurance process in the Moroccan education and training (project underway), as well as the British experience in this field. The Doncaster College representatives presented their quality assurance model and show its impact on employability and on the satisfaction of employers' expectations.
  
 
  
UNAOC Fellows : Towards an Alliance of Civilizations
 
 Rabat hosted eleven young leaders from the UNAOC fellows-fall 2011in October; This fellowship is a jointed project between the United Nations Alliance of civilisation in partnership with the British Council, the League of Arab States, The Islamic Educational Scientific and cultural Organization (ISESCO); for a debate on Young People and their Perspective of the Future- Youth from Europe and North America and Young Moroccans.. It was a unique opportunity to create a platform of exchange and dialogue between the twelve fellows coming from North America and Europe involved the alliance of civilization fellows and 60 young Moroccans, the discussion was centred on bridging the gap between the West and the East by finding a middle ground for a discussion that would eventually lead to an alliance instead of a conflict or Crash of civilization. The end the discussion leads to talk about how the Moroccan youth can be part of the change taking place in Morocco and the wider region as agents of change by showing their commitment to this land by being responsible citizens.
   


  

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More information, contact:
 
British Council
11, Av Allal ben Abdellah Rabat
Telephone  05 37 21 81 30
 Email
 info@britishcouncil.org.ma 
 

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December, 2011






IELTS says yes to USA 

Over 2000 US universities and professional bodies accept IELTS scores as proof of English language skills. More than one million candidates in a year are now using IELTS to open doors throughout the English-speaking world and beyond. Our highly trained test centre administrators and examiners are the human face of IELTS. They are here to provide a quality, personal service and ready to help you. We produce a wide range of learning and practice materials which you can purchase from British Council centres ordownload sample materials from our website. Results are available 13 days after the test, and we can send them direct to you or  the institutions you are applying to. Next IELTS dates: 7 January, 21 January , 18 February Register now.








 
 Learn English and win wonderful prizes  
 
The English Challenge monthly competition helps you improve your English language skills and have fun through the British Council's LearnEnglish website. Check outhttp://learnenglish.britishcouncil.org/ar/competition/english-challenge. Each month, three people in Morocco will win one wonderful prize: an iPad2, a laptop or a mobile phone.  Are you: Registered on LearnEnglish website? 16 years old or above? A Moroccan citizen? Interested in improving your English skills? What are you waiting for? Register now, read our terms and conditions, then start answering November's questions in the competition form. Deadline for submitting your answers are on 15th of December.  
 








 
Learn English with us!
 
We offer the best English language teaching for children, teenagers and adults at all levels from Beginners to Proficiency, and have a reputation for results, excellence and professionalism with students coming back to our courses year after year.
 
Whether you're a beginner or an advanced level student; whether you want to learn English for study, business or social reasons; whether you're planning to take one of the Cambridge ESOL exams or IELTS or just enjoy learning English, we have a course that's right for you.
 
Registration for term two for current students has started on 1 december and for new students will start on 19 december in our both centres.
 


 
  
"Rabat Stories"   
 
Parallel to the British Film Week, 16 young filmmakers from ISCA (L'Institut Spécialisé du Cinéma et de l'Audiovisuel ) worked for one week in November on 4 different short documentaries of 3 minutes each under the supervision of two British directors from the Documentary Film Institute in the UK. Each film opening a small and short window onto the life of ordinary people in Rabat: "The Grave Digger","Moroccans of Libya", "Recycling Man" and "Menchefouch". Asmaa El Alaoui, Director of ISCA, says "The workshops conducted in our premises were of a great success. The students enjoyed the training led by Noémie Mendelle and Flora Cosque both at the theoretical and technical levels. The two facilitators fromthe Scottish Documentary Institute have done a remarkable job. The students were able to put into practice all the concepts related to the documentary that were acquired as part of their studies and have shown great professional and human qualities. We are very keen of fostering our collaboration with  the British Council to promote cinematography training and cultural exchange". 
 
  







 
Internship at the British Council
 
The purpose of our Internship Programme is to offer successful candidates an opportunity to improve their skills and enhance their educational experience through practical work assignment while gaining experience of working in an international environment.  It is open to young people who are 18 years or above, undergraduate or graduated from University and currently a student in completion of a course of study. Fluency in English is desirable. Computing skills, as well as knowledge of British Council work areas are advantageous. Apply now. 
 



  
Connecting Classrooms  - from Hampshire to Beni Mellal
   
Within the context of the "Connecting Classrooms Project", four UK teachers from Hampshire visited their reciprocal schools in Morocco particularly in the region of Tadla-Azilal from 17 to 21 of October 2011. The key aims of this exchange visit were to meet face to face the coordinators of the Moroccan schools involved in the project, to visit pupils in their classrooms, to meet key stakeholders linked to the Ministry of National Education and to keep up regular contact between the two clusters and reinforce their partnership more closely. The exchange visit left positive impressions and impact on both teachers and pupils visited. It was an excellent opportunity to establish stronger links between the two clusters, keep the project seem two-sided, share experience and best practice and forge ahead the partnership next year, all this in an effective and interactive way which was highly appreciated by the school partners. 
  







 
  
Quality Assurance: Standards and Practices 
 
As part of the British Council's international programme « Skills for Employability », the ESITH (
École Supérieure des Industries du Textile et de l'Habillement), Doncaster College (United Kingdom), and the British Council  held a conference entitled « Quality Assurance in Education and Training: Standards and Practices on 26 October at ESITH. During this conference, a panel of Moroccan and British experts discussed the quality assurance process in the Moroccan education and training (project underway), as well as the British experience in this field. The Doncaster College representatives presented their quality assurance model and show its impact on employability and on the satisfaction of employers' expectations.
  


 
  
UNAOC Fellows : Towards an Alliance of Civilizations
 
 Rabat hosted eleven young leaders from the UNAOC fellows-fall 2011in October; This fellowship is a jointed project between the United Nations Alliance of civilisation in partnership with the British Council, the League of Arab States, The Islamic Educational Scientific and cultural Organization (ISESCO); for a debate on Young People and their Perspective of the Future- Youth from Europe and North America and Young Moroccans.. It was a unique opportunity to create a platform of exchange and dialogue between the twelve fellows coming from North America and Europe involved the alliance of civilization fellows and 60 young Moroccans, the discussion was centred on bridging the gap between the West and the East by finding a middle ground for a discussion that would eventually lead to an alliance instead of a conflict or Crash of civilization. The end the discussion leads to talk about how the Moroccan youth can be part of the change taking place in Morocco and the wider region as agents of change by showing their commitment to this land by being responsible citizens.
   






  






















Contact Us




More information, contact:
 
British Council
11, Av Allal ben Abdellah Rabat
Telephone  05 37 21 81 30
 Email
 info@britishcouncil.org.ma 
 




The United Kingdom's international organisation for cultural relations and educational opportunities. A registered charity: 209131 (England and Wales) SC037733 (Scotland).






              







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