Master of AgriBusiness Innovation
Mohammed VI Polytechnic University
campus in Rabat and BenGuerir
Candidates must hold Bachelor’s degree (BA) or equivalent, related to Agriculture, Environmental Sciences, Bioscience, Economics, Business, and Management
2 Years (18 months of study and a 6-month internship/startup incubation.)
The Master of Agribusiness Innovation is a program offered by Mohammed VI Polytechnic University as a joint Master of Africa Business School, and School of Agriculture, Fertilizers & Environmental Sciences, and AgroBioSciences program with the support of UM6P Innovation and Entrepreneurship Lab.
The Master of Agribusiness Innovation is an interdisciplinary program specializing in Agriculture Science, Business Management, and Innovation. It aims to equip students with the knowledge and competencies needed to develop and manage new Agriculture ventures in Africa. The two-year program trains students to lead the transformation of African agriculture and offers valuable incubation opportunities. Through this experiential learning opportunity, students will apply their knowledge of data management, agri-economics, agriculture value chain analysis, entrepreneurship, and finance to build forward-looking ventures. They will also be empowered to design, finance, and manage new businesses to meet the challenges of agriculture in Africa.
Training students to lead transformation of African agriculture, the program offers three semesters followed by an internship focused on new venture incubation. Through this experiential learning opportunity, students will apply their knowledge of data management, agri-economics, agriculture value chain analysis, entrepreneurship and finance to build forward looking ventures.
Master in Agribusiness Innovation
This program will be offered pending the approval
of the Ministry of Education.