Institutions under supervision


MAROC PME is at the heart of the Moroccan business support system, as an operational instrument of the public authorities for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) development. 
Using the wide range of products, it has been able to develop and enrich since its creation in 2002, MAROC PME supports entrepreneurs and various support structures in their Competitive Modernization process.


The Moroccan Industrial and Commercial Property Office (OMPIC) is a self-financed public institution whose main functions are:
- Keeping national registers of industrial property and recording all acts affecting ownership of industrial property titles (trademarks, patents, industrial designs);
- Maintenance of the central trade register and alphabetical file for individuals and legal entities;
- Promotion of industrial and commercial property, in addition to the provision of appropriate legal information.


ISCAE is Morocco's leading public institution for higher education in management. Its mission is to prepare students for higher positions in private and public sector companies.



IMANOR is the official Moroccan organization in charge of standard-setting, created by the Moroccan legislator in 2010. Its missions are:
- Produce Moroccan standards;
- Certification of conformity to standards and normative references;
- Publishing and disseminating standards and related products and information;
- Training in standards and their implementation techniques;
- Representing Morocco in international and regional standardization organizations.

Ecole Centrale Casablanca

Created with the aim of promoting industrialization in the Kingdom, Ecole Centrale Casablanca (ECC) is the first generalist engineering school in Morocco with a mission to train high-level scientific engineers endowed with multidisciplinary culture and great openness to the world. The school trains generalist engineers mainly around Mathematics & Computer Science, Industrial Engineering, Engineering of complex mechanical and energy systems, Physics and Human and Social Sciences.

Arts et Métiers campus of Rabat

The Arts et Métiers campus of Rabat (EAMR) has the status of a higher education institution, born of a partnership between the Moroccan State, namely the Ministry of Industry and Trade, and Arts et Métiers France. It is organized according to the model of higher education, research and entrepreneurship of the 8 French campuses of Arts et Métiers in accordance with French regulations to allow the awarding of Arts et Métiers diplomas, and in accordance with Moroccan regulations to allow the awarding of national Moroccan diplomas after recognition of the institution by the Moroccan State.