Belarusian universities open their doors to welcome Moroccan students fleeing the war in Ukraine

Universities in Belarus (Belarus) welcomed Moroccan students returning from Ukraine, declaring their readiness to open their doors to them to complete their academic path, especially those who are about to graduate.

The mentioned universities, according to the president of the Moroccan Association of Friends of Russia and member of the World Association of Graduates of Belarusian Institutes, Abdel Razak Al-Manfaluti, are recognized and have accredited diplomas, and remain open to Moroccan students as long as have a document that proves your success at the previous level, a document that is difficult for students to obtain due to the war.

Al-Manfaluti explained, in relation to the “Al-Youm 24” website, that he had received many calls from the parents and guardians of Moroccan students who had dropped out due to the war, after which Ukrainian universities and institutes closed their doors. Enrollment in Belarusian universities.

The Minister of Higher Education, Scientific Research and Innovation, Abdellatif Miraoui, had previously promised before the Council of Advisors to definitively resolve the file of Moroccan students returning from Ukraine this August, explaining, in his response to an oral question in the Council of Advisors, which will organize various parties to integrate these students into the educational system in Morocco immediately after Eid al-Adha.