School of Aerospace engineering
UIR's School of Aerospace Engineering provides high-level training in aeronautics and space and encompasses broad areas of expertise that combine rigorous theoretical training with applied technological research.
Offering a unique training in Morocco, our school is preparing engineers to meet the needs in Aeronautics and Space sectors in Morocco, to support its development, and to anticipate the rapid evolution of technologies related to transportation.
Aeronautics and Space sector in Morocco
Aeronautics and space sectors in Morocco are strategic and can be considered among the pillars of Moroccan industry and economy.
The rapid development of this sector is carried by large operators such as Thales, Safran, Bombardier, UTC Aerospace Systems, Zodiac Aerospace ...
School of Automotive engineering
To support the rapid growth of the automotive sector in Morocco, the School of Automotive Engineering aims to train high level engineers. The automotive engineering program was developed jointly with the prestigious Bagley College of Engineering of Mississippi state University.
It combines theoretical and applied aspects of Automotive engineering. The graduates will have to handle different projects with different transport stakeholders: automobile, railway, etc.
Automotive sector in Morocco
The automotive sector is currently growing in Morocco and is becoming one of the main potential factors of industry development.
Major manufacturers (mainly Europeans and Asians in the immediate future) and global suppliers are investing heavily to develop the automotive industry in Morocco to meet market needs for products at a reasonable cost in the Maghreb, Africa, but also in Europe.
These companies and their suppliers require highly skilled engineers with good international experience.