The European Academy of Management Early Career Network invites advanced PhD-students, Postdocs, and recently appointed Lecturers or Assistant Professors in management and cognate fields of research to meet peers, mentors, and members of the EURAM top management team at the
8th EURAM Early Career Colloquium on “Impact”
March 5-7, 2017 @ Rabat Business School
Co-hosted by La Rochelle Business School (France), Rabat Business School, International University of Rabat (Morocco), and Rennes School of Business (France)
CALL FOR PARTICIPATION
The 8th EURAM Early Career Colloquium continues a tradition of successful colloquia in seven European cities with bringing it to Africa. Co-hosted by two leading institutions of higher management education, the venue of this exciting interface-event will be in the twin-towns of Rabat and Salé, Morocco’s capital region.
The main objective of this colloquium is to offer a platform for early career management scholars from Europe and Africa, who will experience the proven blend of informal get-together, discussion on professional challenges, expert advice, and paper development session (including the option for submission of revised manuscripts to a dedicated EECC track at the EURAM 2017 in Glasgow).
The theme of the EECC in Rabat-Salé is “Impact”. Talks and interventions of our mentors and experts as well as group discussions will focus on and challenge dominant strategies of assessing, simulating, and actually exerting influence in academia and beyond.
Please send your CV and a 300-500 word abstract of a work-in-progress manuscript for the paper development session to Steffen Roth (email@example.com) and Nacef Mouri (firstname.lastname@example.org) before November 15, 2016.
A registration fee (180 Euro) covers catering, social excursions, and workshop materials. Participants are kindly requested to cover transportation and accommodation costs. Registered participants will be provided with a comprehensive info package including country and transport information as well as accommodation tips.
Rabat-Salé Airport is conveniently served by Airlines such as
- AirFrance: Paris-CDG
- Royal Air Maroc: Brussels, Paris-Orly, London-Gatwick, Madrid, Marseille
- Ryanair: Beauvais, Charleroi, Girona, London-Stansted, Madrid, Marseille, Rome-Ciampino
A second option is Mohammed V International Airport Casablanca with flights from a large number of African, Middle East, and European airports, including low-cost flights with Transavia from Amsterdam and Paris. Casablanca is only one hour from Rabat by train.
Citizens of the subsequent list of countries do NOT REQUIRE VISA to enter Morocco (as per May 2, 2016):
Algeria – Andorra – Argentina – Australia – Austria – Bahrain – Belgium – Brazil – Bulgaria – Canada – Chile – Republic of Congo – Croatia – Cyprus – Czech Republic – Denmark – Estonia – Finland – France – Germany – Great Britain – Greece – Guinea (Conakry) – Hong Kong – Hungary – Iceland – Indonesia – Ireland – Italy – Ivory Coast – Japan – Kuwait – Latvia – Liechtenstein – Lithuania – Luxemburg – Mali – Malta – Mexico – Monaco – Netherlands – New Zealand – Niger – Norway – Oman – Peru – Philippines -Poland – Portugal – Puerto Rico – Qatar – Romania – Saudi Arabia – Senegal – Singapore (Singaporean nationals may stay up to one month without visa) – Slovakia – Slovenia – South Korea – Spain – Sweden – Switzerland – Tunisia – Turkey – United Arab Emirates – United States of America – Venezuela.
For all other countries, please see the Visa policy of Morocco or check with your local Moroccan embassy.
The climate of the Moroccan west coast compares to that of California. Rabat in March sees 230h of sunshine with daytime highs slightly below 20°C and lows around 10°.