From September 6, 2021, to June 28, 2022.

What is our goal?


Having been in Morocco for more than 10 years, we are well aware of the difficulties that most families face when they wish to settle in Morocco, especially regarding their children’s education. Many questions arise:

  1. Which school should they enroll their children in?
  2. Will they adapt and integrate?
  3. Will their level of French decline?


Among the difficulties encountered by parents:


  1. Their child has a weak level of Arabic or even none at all. Therefore, they cannot enroll in a Moroccan school and might face academic failure among native Arabic speakers.
  2. Their child has a higher level of French language proficiency compared to Moroccan students. The child might get bored, waste time, or worse, lose interest in school. Furthermore, if they return to France, there is a high chance that the student will be out of sync with their peers regarding their French proficiency level.


Therefore, we have decided to offer an alternative solution because the integration of children into Moroccan society is one of our top priorities. We will assist and support them in coming to the Moroccan territory and help them so that one day they can join Moroccan schools.

It is imperative, therefore, to seriously and resolutely address this system, which we place, moreover, at the forefront of our national priorities. Because this system, which challenges us today, must not only ensure equal and equitable access to school and university for all our children, but also guarantee them the right to quality education, endowed with strong attractiveness and adapted to the life that awaits them.

His Majesty King Mohammed VI, August 2012


So, we offer the child:


  1. To address their deficiencies in the Arabic language.
  2. To preserve and improve their French language proficiency.
  3. To discover Morocco and the world.


Who can join our classes?


Of course, children coming from abroad, but also all those among the locals who would like to follow this new concept in the city of Tangier.


We do not claim to be an elite above others; we are more in favor of the mixing of cultures because these are assets that promote integration into Moroccan society.

I am aware of the considerable efforts that families dedicate to the well-being and education of their children. This solidarity between generations must be maintained and preserved. However, youth issues do not solely belong to the private and family sphere or the field of education, training, and learning. It is the concern of the whole society, and solutions must be found for all the problems that young people face.

His Majesty King Mohammed VI, August 2012


So, all children are welcome!

What are our methods?


Children will have a normal school curriculum tailored for non-Arabic speakers while respecting the objectives set by the Ministry of National Education in Arabic language.

Every time we undertake fundamental and profound reforms, our compatriots living abroad are always at the center of our concerns, thoughts, and projections…

Therefore, we will continue to pave this path, preserving your identity and protecting your rights and interests, especially in the current economic crisis in Europe.

His Majesty King Mohammed VI, August 2012


From Arabic and French language, mathematics, Islamic education, the Quran, to discovering the world… Everything will be done so that our young students grow physically and mentally well while feeling at home in a foreign country.


By doing so, they will be able to continue their studies in the local secondary school by freely taking the end-of-primary school exam or by justifying a primary school curriculum in France (or elsewhere).

“Tanger Institut is not a school. Therefore, we do not issue school certificates or primary school diplomas.”