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Erasmus Morocco

  • Experience

    Experience in Tangier, Morocco by Lefwan

    What is it like to live in Tánger? Would you recommend it? What is the city like? Tangier is a wonderful city the people here are so kind and generous you can live here safely. What is the student lifestyle like in Tánger? The student lifestyle in Tangier is better...

    0 by Lefwan in Erasmus experiences Tangier, 29 days ago
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    Erasmus Experience in Marrakesh, Morocco by Mostapha

    Why did you choose to go to Marrakech, Marruecos? Because i think it is best uneversity in morocco How long is the scholarship? How much money do you receive to help you with living costs? Scholarship it is not a lot The sholarship of morocan people is 5000dh so...

    0 by Mostapha in Erasmus experiences Marrakesh, one month ago
  • Experience

    Experience in Agadir, Morocco by Abde Nassif

    What is it like to live in Agadir? Would you recommend it? What is the city like? Living in the city of Agadir is a really beautiful thing, the weather there is wonderful and temperate, and there are many beautiful scenery and places that mix between ancient culture and...

    0 by Said in Erasmus experiences Agadir, 2 months ago
  • Accommodation

    Luxury bedroom with its bathroom in a spectacular Riad

    Starting from the 5th of October, I am renting a large bedroom with its bathroom in a newly refurbished spectacular Riad. The fully equipped kitchen will be shared. Utilities are included. I am looking for a quiet and discrete person, a student for example, speaking at...

  • Experience

    Marrakech Local Experience

    Hi  Everybody,Join Marrakech WITH Locals free walking tours on the old city cultural, historical and touristic sightseeing tour. It is about exploring the secrets of the old city, best sights and local life in the fourth-largest city of Morocco. We will be walking...

    0 by Ismael in Erasmus experiences Marrakesh, 3 months ago
  • Experience

    Experience in Rabat, Morocco by Wissal

    What is it like to live in Rabat? Would you recommend it? What is the city like? It's a big city, so it really depends on the region you chose to live in.What is the student lifestyle like in Rabat? Casualties.How much does it cost to live in Rabat? Not much! Between...

    0 by Wissal in Erasmus experiences Rabat, 5 months ago
  • Blog

    Marrakesh III: leisure and partying 2/2

    Following on from my previous post, Marrakech III: ocio y fiesta 1/2, where I told you about places for leisure in Marrakesh, I will now tell you about where to go for a good night out in various clubs in the city :) Nightclubs L'envers: This place is a kind of...

    0 by Will in Erasmus blog Marrakesh, 6 months ago
  • Experience

    Experience in Rabat, Morocco by Said

    What is it like to live in Rabat? Would you recommend it? What is the city like? the city is save and great place if you are looking for peace and calm big city.What is the student lifestyle like in Rabat? the student lifestyle in Rabat is very smooth and Transport is...

    0 by Said in Erasmus experiences Rabat, 6 months ago
  • Blog

    Marrakech desert tours

    Marrakech Camel Trips S.A.R.L tours is a company that organizes a large variety of Desert Tours. We will work alongside you to create the perfect experience for you or your group. It is your vacation and travel,We want to hear from you and we can disscuss what you are...

    0 by angela in Erasmus blog Morocco, 8 months ago
  • Blog

    4 days desert tour from Marrakech to Fes

    4 days from Marrakech to Fes desert tour Day 1: Marrakech – Ait Ben Haddou – Ouarzazate – Dades Gorge: After leaving the city of Marrakech behind, we head south over the Tizi n’Tichka Pass (2260m) while enjoying superb views of the mountains and the Berber...

    0 by Lhossain in Erasmus blog Marrakesh, 8 months ago
  • Blog

    3 days desert tour from Marrakech to Merzouga desert

    3 days from Marrakech to Merzouga desert : DAY 1: MARRAKECH – AIT BEN HADDOU – OUARZAZATE – DADES GORGES : Desert Marrakech tour with “Marrakech-Morocco-Trips” offers you an unforgettable experience to explore the Atlas mountains and Sahara desert. Our 3...

    0 by Lhossain in Erasmus blog Marrakesh, 8 months ago
  • Accommodation

    Old Riad for students

    Spacious and bright riad located in the heart of the old town, in a historic district, 2 minutes from the Artisana market, 3 minutes from the Udaya kasbah and the Andalusian garden, 5 minutes from the sea and the beach, 5 minutes from the food store. the area is very...

  • Experience

    Experience in Rabat, Morocco by Aida

    What was it like living in Rabat? Would you recommend it? What is the city like? It’s a small and very green city, I lived there for most of my life and I really loved it, and I still do love it considering it’s the city where I was born. It’s a peaceful city,...

    0 by Jasmine in Erasmus experiences Rabat, 9 months ago
  • Experience

    Experience of Rabat - Morocco, by Soundous

    How did you find life in Rabat? Can you recommend it? How is the city? Very good, perfectly adaptable to all budgets. I strongly recommend it to anyone wishing to visit Morocco. The city can offer something to interest everyone, no matter what their tastes, and there...

    0 by Ellen in Erasmus experiences Rabat, 9 months ago
  • Experience

    Local Morocco Tours Best Morocco Tour Company

    Local Morocco Tours is a Moroccan tour operator based in Marrakech that delivers world-class service to the highest standards in Morocco and its surrounds. With 12 years of experience, history and knowledge, Local Morocco Tours specializes in organizing tailor-made...

    0 by mohamed in Erasmus experiences Marrakesh, 10 months ago
  • Accommodation

    GIRLS VILLA

    Female accommodation: If you are looking for a quiet and serene accommodation in one of the busiest and modern areas of the city where the tram station is at only 5 minutes walk away, then this is your perfect location. Do you know, that the tram in the city is the top...

    in University dorms Rabat, one year ago
  • Roommate

    27 years PhD Student, looking for accommodation in Bari

    I'm Brahim, from Moroocco, friendly, cool, not smoking. I have no pet. I want to find a room near to the Departement of Mathematics, universtiy of Bari for the duration of 9 months form 1 January to 31 September. any suggestions are welcome and appreciated. Thanks in...

    in Roommates Settat, one year ago
  • Place

    Plaza Jemaa el-Fna

    Ecstasy for all the senses, until you don't know if you have any left Over the course of my second semester in my Erasmus life I decided that I would travel without caring about anything else... and what was my destination this November you ask? Morocco. Funnily enough...

    by Emma in What to do Marrakesh, one year ago
  • Accommodation

    Large apartment with two double rooms

    the apartment is located in the city centre, it has alot of shops, restaurants, coffes, etc around. Bills included in the price. it is possible to rent the whole flat (850e) or just one room (small 400e and big 450e) 

    in Flats and apartments Tangier, one year ago
  • Experience

    The blue jewel, Chefchaouen the andalusia

    Hugging mountains,And embellished by the artsChefchaouen is a Moroccan city floating about 600 meters above sea level.Chefchaouen is a word that means “Horn” because of the shape of the surrounding mountains. “Blue City”. The city of Chefchaouen or Chaouen is...

    0 by Daou in Erasmus experiences UNIVERSIAPOLIS , one year ago
  • Experience

    Experience in Marrakesh, Morocco by Fatima Ezzahra

    What is it like to live in Marrakesh? Would you recommend it? What is the city like? the city is full of different cultures and it's really great to live in Marrakech.What is the student lifestyle like in Marrakesh? as a previous student in Marrakech, I would absolutely...

  • Roommate

    Fille de 24 ans je cherche une colocation a Oslo a partir de Septembre

    Hello, I'm a Moroccan student doing my internship in Norway, Oslo, and I'm looking for accommodation. Bringing my Moroccan positive vibes and Bohemiam soul to Oslo, in order to create good memories.  I like to be surrounded by positive people, good music , and...

    in Roommates Casablanca, one year ago
  • Roommate

    Heyy! I'm Nivine and I'm from Morocco. I'm looking for a flat near IE University.

    Hi there! I'm Nivine, I'm Moroccan and I'm 18 years old. I will be attending IE University to study law and business. I really love traveling and I'm always up for a fun adventure. I am pretty flexible and like to enjoy the small things of life. I can speak French,...

    in Roommates Casablanca, one year ago
  • Blog

    Marrakech III: leisure and party 1/2

    In Marrakech, despite being a city belonging to a Muslim country, there is plenty of leisure for foreigners, such as cocktail bars, discos, casinos, etc. In this blog I will talk about the places that I have personally gone to and others that I have not, but about those...

    0 by Patricia in Erasmus blog Marrakesh, one year ago
  • Blog

    Kénitra, Morocco

    Kénitra is a Moroccan town on the Atlantic coast, 55km from the capital, Rabat. The new part of the city was built by the French during their colonisation of Morocco during the 19th century. 12 km from Kénitra there is a small village called Mehdia which dates back to...

    0 by Jennifer in Erasmus blog Kénitra, one year ago
  • Blog

    Ifrane, Morocco

    Ifrane is a town in northern Morocco, 65 km from Fès and 160 km from Taza. The town was built amongst the Middle Atlas mountains and it draws many Moroccan tourists in winter and summer alike. It is a favourite destination amongst mountain lovers and people who enjoy...

    0 by Jennifer in Erasmus blog Ifrane, one year ago
  • Blog

    M'diq, Morocco

    M'diq (known as Rincon in Spanish) is a small village in the Tétouan province. In the summer it is very popular among Moroccan and foreign tourists alike due to the beautiful landscape, its beach, and also its proximity to the famous Marina Smir (15km from M'diq). The...

    0 by Jennifer in Erasmus blog Morocco, one year ago
  • Blog

    The Town of Fez

    Fezis a Moroccan town, situated in the centre of the country, around 120km from the town I was born in Taza and 200km east of the capital city Rabat between the Rif and Middle Atlas mountain ranges. The city, founded in the 7th century by the sultan Idriss 1, is the...

    0 by Kieran in Erasmus blog Morocco, one year ago
  • Blog

    The Town of Fez

    Fez is a Moroccan town, situated in the centre of the country, around 120km from the town I was born in Taza and 200km east of the capital city Rabat between the Rif and Middle Atlas mountain ranges. The city, founded in the 7th century by the sultan Idriss 1, is the...

    0 by Kieran in Erasmus blog Morocco, one year ago
  • Job

    Junior Project Manager

    Responsibilities: analysis and implementation of business requirements; project planning, management and monitoring; contacts with clients and development teams; active participation in internal software testing; cooperation with the development department...

    in Student jobs Casablanca, one year ago
  • Blog

    Marina Smir, Morocco

    Marina Smir is the name of one of the beaches in the province of Tétouan. This paradise is located on the Mediterranean coast, 24 km north of the city of Tétouan. Life at Marina Smir This location doesn't really have a local population, except for a few farmers and...

    0 by Jennifer in Erasmus blog Morocco, one year ago
  • Blog

    Saïdia, Morocco

    Saïdia is a small town in the Berkane province situated in Morocco's eastern region on the Mediterranean coast, it is precisely 65km from the city of Oudja, the region's capital. Life in Saïdia The local population is made up of fishermen and smugglers (they have...

    0 by Jennifer in Erasmus blog Morocco, one year ago
  • Blog

    Taza, a town in Morocco

    Taza is my hometown, it is a Moroccan town situated in the north east of the country. It is 120 km from Fès and 230 km from Oujda. The town is located between two mountain ranges; the RIF mountain range and the Atlas mountain range at an altitude of 550m. It is the...

    0 by Jennifer in Erasmus blog Morocco, one year ago
  • Blog

    Climb mount Toubkal

    It's à beautiful place to stay in I been there many times Also you can do activities from there you can climb mount toubkal and skii in winterThis place located in the foot of thé mountain of the atlas within elevation of 4167m You can get there by taxi or minibus...

    1 by Brahim in Erasmus blog Marrakesh, one year ago
  • Experience

    Experience in Meknes, Morocco by AMINE

    What is it like to live in Meknes? Would you recommend it? What is the city like? Meknes city is like an European city where they live rich and poor peole it's look beautiful and awesomeWhat is the student lifestyle like in Meknes? Student life here in meknes is...

    0 by AMINE in Erasmus experiences Meknes, one year ago
  • Blog

    Chefchaouen, Morocco

    Chefchaouen is a Moroccan city located northwest of Morocco at 120 km from Tétouan. This city, built on an altitude of 600m on the RIF chain, is one of the favorite tourist destinations for Moroccans and foreigners who love to visit mountains. Chefchaouen is...

    0 by Chrys in Erasmus blog Morocco, one year ago
  • Blog

    Targha, Morocco

    Targha is a small village on the coast of the Mediterranean sea, 174 km west of Al Hoceima and 53 km southeast of Tétouan. Life in Targha : The local population is comprised of farmers and fishermen, because of the good climate of the region and its position near the...

    0 by Chrys in Erasmus blog Morocco, one year ago
  • Blog

    El Jadida, Morocco

    El Jadida is a Moroccan city located on the Atlantic coast at 90 km from Casablanca. This city was built by the Portuguese during the 16th century and was named Mazagan, and it was in 1769 that it was taken over by the Moroccans. Life in El Jadida : Life is generally...

    0 by Chrys in Erasmus blog El Jadida, one year ago
  • Blog

    Erfoud, Morocco

    Erfoud is a town founded by the French in 1913 and is part of the Errachidia province. This town is known for being the capital of dates and fossils in Morocco, and it is also located in an area highly visited by tourists who love the desert. The dates of Erfoud: This...

    0 by Chrys in Erasmus blog Morocco, one year ago
  • Roommate

    23 year old girl looking for a small flat full equiped in Rabat that costs no more than 300€/ month

    Hello I am a Tunisian student moving to Rabat next year. I am looking for a clean small studio that is equiped, so if somebody can help that would be really nice. It's important for me to live only because I would like to receive my family when I move to Rabat (however...

    in Roommates Rabat, one year ago

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