The challenges of higher education for the continent
Education is a key driver of economic growth and development. While the efforts of African countries have greatly improved access to basic education, Africa’s higher education system has long been neglected.
This has led to significant mobility of African students, both within and outside the continent. However, the emergence of state-of-the-art African institutions and original initiatives are helping to better cope with the explosive growth in higher education enrollment. To contribute to tomorrow’s growth, African higher education must succeed in adapting its training offerings to the job market.
BANK OF AFRICA has put in place a set of exceptional and advantageous measures for both parents and students. These measures include financing offers for pre-university studies as well as higher education both in Morocco and abroad.
As a responsible employer, BANK OF AFRICA adopts a trainee recruitment policy based on benevolence and effective supervision throughout the internship period aimed at enhancing potential and perfecting skills to facilitate immersion in the company. To this end, the bank regularly signs partnership agreements with leading national and foreign higher education institutions to host students and exchange programs.