Mohammed VI Polytechnic University (UM6P) and the Moroccan Association of Actuaries (AMA) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) based on a common interest in promoting cooperation and exchange in education, research, and innovation.

UM6P and the AMA expect to assess collaboration opportunities in the following areas:
Co-designing executive programs and animating some modules, Contributing to research programs, and building an international Center of Actuarial Excellence {CAE) at UM6P, Organizing seminars, events, etc., and Capacity Building.

The Moroccan Association of Actuaries is the association of the actuarial profession in Morocco. The AMA exists to encourage the development of the profession of actuaries, acknowledged as technically competent and professionally reliable, which will ensure that the public interest is served.
Actuaries are globally recognized as leading experts in risk and financial security, contributing to the well-being of society. The mission of the AMA is to advance the competency, promote the advancement of scientific knowledge and the skills of the actuarial profession, assure the reputation of actuaries, and inform global stakeholders in banking, insurance, pension funds, and social security and capital market sectors.

The MoU has been signed on July 16th, 2021 by Mr. Younes Kchia, Vice-Dean of Africa Business School and Mr. Mohamed Amrani, President of Moroccan Association of Actuaries.

Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between Mohammed VI Polytechnic University (UM6P) and the Moroccan Association of Actuaries (AMA) - Africa Business School

Professor Marc Idelson will be presenting part of his field research on AgriEngage in the upcoming 8th annual UN-sponsored, SDG management education-themed research conference taking place from October 19th to October 21st, 2021. An EU-funded consortium of which UM6P is one of ten founding Higher Education members, AgriEngage aims to reduce poverty by stemming unemployment through the development of agripreneurship education curricula specific to local conditions in Eastern, Western, and Northern Africa.

-The main goal of the global 8th RMER Conference is to bring together the responsible management education community and its different stakeholders to address the issues of poverty, prosperity and the SDGs in creative, innovative ways that are grounded in the six RME principles of purpose, values, method, research, dialogue, and partnerships.-

UM6P represented at the global 8th RMER Conference - Africa Business School

The National Agency for Assessment and Quality Assurance in Higher Education and Scientific Research (ANEAQ) grants Africa Business School accreditation to the school’s Ph.D. Programs.

The certification covers doctoral programs in Business, Management, Collective Intelligence, Education, and Hospitality.

Accordingly, ABS is proud to announce the launch of its first Ph.D. cohort, starting October 2021.

Africa Business School Ph.D. program is a three-year program designed using the guidelines of the Moroccan Education Ministry.

The vision of the Ph.D. Program is:
Enhancement of the quest for knowledge and lifelong learning skills in line with the global, local and African development.
Acquaint the researchers and executives with knowledge of conducting research.
Boost the competence to engage in the scientific investigation process leading to intervening and impactful results.

More details about the ABS Ph.D. Program is available at:
PHD | Africa Business School (

PhD Accreditation - Africa Business School