Registration fees

Early bird rate: € 100 (1000 MAD) until 15 September

Regular rate:  € 150 (1500 MAD) from 15 September onwards

The registration fees should be paid to the following account number:

Supplier's bank name: BMCE Bank

Account holder name: INAS/IMT

 IBAN: 011 810 0000 07 200 00 09241 49


Branch Address: Banque Marocaine du Commerce Exterieur, Rabat Agdal, 51 Ave de France, Agdal, 

City: Rabat

Country: Morocco

Please state your name, country and purpose: “Registration fees ITM-ENSP Colloquium 2015”.

Kindly send a proof of payment to Ms Salwa Benlkhir ( and Ms Asmae Khattabi (   

Alternatively, the fees (€ 150/1500 MAD) can be paid on site at registration.


Travel grant program for early-stage researchers

Travel grants will be offered to a limited number of early-stage researchers to facilitate attendance of the colloquium.

A travel grant includes:

  • Conference registration fee

  • Economy-class return airfare and transfers

  • Hotel accommodation for the duration of the event

  • Costs related to visa applications and mandatory travel insurance

The decision to grant a travel grant will be made by the scientific committee based on the quality, originality and relevance of the submitted abstract.

Travel information and Visa requirements

Morocco has specific entry requirements including Visa and other formalities. Please enquire about required formalities and Visa with the Moroccan diplomatic or consular services:

Moroccan regulations governing the entry to Morocco stipulate that any foreigner wishing to travel to Morocco should have a valid passport or any other document recognized by the Moroccan State as a travel document.

For foreign nationals whose countries are subject to visa, their travel documents must be accompanied by visa issued by the Moroccan authorities.

List of countries exempted from visa to enter Morocco: (For complete list see: Travel documents of foreign nationals whose countries are subject to Visa must be accompanied with a valid visa issued by Moroccan authorities.

Visas are issued to other nationalities upon presentation of the following documents to the nearest consular office/embassy: passport, identity card or residence permit, fact sheet and 4 recent passport size photos. For more information see: http: // (Moroccan Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation).     


Local currency is the « Moroccan Dirham » (MAD ou Dh) further divided into 100 « centimes”. There are notes of 10, 20, 25,50, 100 and 200 Dh. You cannot get dirhams outside Morocco. You can change money at the airport, at accredited currency exchange offices, ATMs 5VISA? Master Card, Maestro, Cirrhus), at national banks and international hotels. You will be issued a paper that enables you to reconvert your left over dirhams at the end of your stay into your local currency. Please do not change money in the streets which is illegal. Larger international hotels, shops and restaurants usually accept credit cards, for further information see also :


Rabat is the capital of Morocco and has more than 1,7 million inhabitants. It covers a total area of 118 km². Situated on the coast of the Atlantic ocean the city is surrounded by a monumental wall. Rabat has an international airport located in Rabat-Salé.


The climate in Rabat is Mediterranean with four distinct seasons. Winters can be cool and rainy, with night temperatures falling to 5°C or below but reaching 17°C at pleasant days. Summers are hot and daytime temperatures may exceed 30°C. In November the daytime temperatures is between 10 and 20°C.

Touristic sites of Rabat

  • Kasbah des Oudaïa: One of the city's top sightseeing locations. Within the walls of an 11th century fortress, white-and-blue houses along narrow streets create a quiet and picturesque atmosphere. There is a beautiful commun garden and also located inside, is the oldest mosque in Rabat, the Kasbah Mosque, built in 1150. The Kasbah offers excellent views over to Salé and the Atlantic Ocean

  • The tower of Hassan. The unfinished Hassan Tower was the work of ruler Yacoub al-Mansour and would have been the minaret for a mosque on this site. Upon his death in 1150, construction was abandoned and this 45 m tower is all that remains. Beautiful motifs and designs cover the tower's façade which is next door to the Mausoleum of Mohamed V.

  • The Necropolis of Chella are remnants of a 14th century Merinid citadel-town. The walled ruins are located on top of an older Roman town called Sala, archaeologically uncovered in the 1930s. The ruins of mosques and mausoleums are covered with rambling brambles and there is a forum, bath and temple of the Roman excavations. An overlooking terrace provides fantastic views across the necropolis.

  • The Mausoleum of Mohammed V : is where former king Mohammed V and his two sons former king Hassan II and his younger brother Moulay Abdallah are resting in peace. The Mausoleum is located where Mohammed V, upon his return from exile in Madagascar, gathered thousands of Moroccans to thank God for their independence.


Moving around

How to move from the airport to Rabat center?

Arrival at Rabat airport

Taxis are available outside the airport at any time of the day or night.

 Arrival at Casablanca airport

- Take the train located in basement of the airport, departures for Rabat are scheduled every hour from 6:00 am to midnight daily (price: 70 dirhams ≈ 7 Euro); For further information please consult the website :

- You have to change trains at Casablanca train station - CASA VOYAGEURS ou CASA PORT

- Make sure that you are on the train going towards Rabat;

- Once in Rabat, get off at the station Rabat-Agdal or Rabat-ville;

- Take a taxi, you will find one at the exit of the station (the price of taxi is 3 to 5 Euro).

How to move from the Rabat station to the National School of Public Health (ENSP)?
-If you are at the station "Rabat Agdal", take a blue taxi to the ENSP (Price 2-3 euros).
- If you are at the station "Rabat-ville", take a blue taxi or tram (
- If you choose the tram, take line 1 with the destination “Al Irfan” and get off at tram station “cité universitaire Suissi”. ENSP  is at 200 m from this station (near Centre National de Transfusion Sanguine).

How to move around in town ?

If you need to move around in the city of Rabat, there are several means of transport available (Trams, taxis , etc ... )

We advise you to take the small blue taxis that take you everywhere within the city of Rabat. The fare is calculated by a counter the taxi driver has to switch on. Service Taxi (Tél): 0600-077777

There are also large white Mercedes taxis that operate in two ways: some of these taxis move around in the main streets of Rabat from and to specific destinations for between 5 and 10 DH (shared rates). However, some of these white taxis can bring you directly to your destination, but you need to negotiate the price beforehand (between 50 et 150 DH). 

Colloquium location

The colloquium will take place at the National School of Public Health (ENSP), Rabat Morocco


Rue Lamfadel Cherkaoui,


B.P 6329

Rabat, Maroc. 

Phone: +212 5 37 68 31 62 

Fax:    +212 5 37 68 31 61 


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