Language barriers, financial struggles and long waits for asylum applications translate into frustrating limbo.
After the Paris attacks, Muslim students fear that terrorism will be confused with their religion.
Arab and Western academics alike flock to the Gulf, but don’t always get as much money as they expect.
A prominent Moroccan has suggested that the schools start teaching in the local dialect of Arabic, sparking a fierce debate.
Morocco’s higher-education system is bogged down in inefficiency that produces graduates who can’t find employment, analysts say.
As students prepare for the academic year, Morocco’s king lashed out at the job the country’s schools and universities are doing.
The Moroccan government has created scholarships for students from central Africa but when the students arrive they are often shocked by the discrimination they run into on the street.