Maghreb School

The Maghreb School aims to promote the training and education of paediatric endocrinologists in French–speaking North African countries. For five days, an international faculty of French-speaking teachers and 25 students cover selected topics in paediatric endocrinology and diabetes. The seminar features interactive lectures by the teachers, student case presentations, research project workshops and small-group meetings. The School is designed for doctors in training who have at least 3 years of experience in paediatrics; six months or more of experience in endocrinology; and who hope to develop a career with a major interest in paediatric endocrinology.


The  ESPE MAGHREB SCHOOL scheduled to be held in in Casablanca, Morocco has been postponed to 23rd to 27th November 2021. 



Call for applications will open 1st March- 31st May 2021


The Maghreb School is supported by an educational grant from Novo Nordisk Health Care AG, Switzerland.

Report on the Maghreb School 2019

What to expect at the Maghreb School

  • Delivery in French
  • Interactive lectures given by the teaching faculty
  • Case presentations by each student
  • Presentation of student research projects
  • Critical evaluation of selected publications
  • Analysis of an e-learning case from the Maghreb
  • Small group teaching: Student and teachers clinical case and research project presentations; presentation of student research projects; teachers’ clinical cases 

How to apply 

Please apply via the online application form only, which will be available shortly.

Participants who apply for membership for the year immediately following their attendance at a school will be entitled to one year's free ESPE membership. Please note that this does not apply to existing ESPE members.


ESPE Maghreb School 2019

Delegates of the 2019 Maghreb School are able to access course resources and information with the login information provided as part of the registration.   



If you are a delegate and do not have the log in information please contact the ESPE Office.