AUI Alumnus, M'hamed Chraibi, has recently been appointed Country Manger of Dachser in Morocco. Dr. Chraibi graduated from AUI with a BS in General Engineering in 2003 and went on to get a Master Degree Management of Information System from Toulouse Business School. Dr. Chraibi joined Dachser in October 2011 and was General Manager of the south area of Dachser Morocco for three years.
The Intelcia Challeng'IN, a program that challenges French and Moroccan students with client relations issues, will hold its finale May 4th through the 8th. AUI is proud to announce that four of its students—Benkirane Mohammed, Daher Soundousse, Ben el mahdi Oumayma, and Boughamza Mouad—have made it to this round. These students stood out due to their commitment, having successfully completed all the challenge stages and attending the first rounds of the competition in Casablanca.
Al Akhawayn International Studies student Salma Daoudi (2018) has been awarded a prestigious Gates Cambridge Scholarship to pursue a Master of Philosophy in International Relations and Politics at the University of Cambridge. The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation established the scholarship in 2000, specifically "for intellectually outstanding postgraduate students with a capacity for leadership and a commitment to improving the lives of others" who want to pursue a degree at Cambridge. Only 55 non-American students are honored globally with the award each year and AUI is delighted that Salma is the first Moroccan to be one of the awardees!
SHSS Professor Zaynab El Bernoussi talked about "Gender in Islam" at the Cadi Ayyad University and Harvard University ALI (Advanced Leadership Initiative) conference in Marrakesh on April 3-4, 2018 under the theme "Morocco on the Road to Emergence". The conference is an important initiative led by Her Excellency Ambassador Nezha Chekrouni, who is also a Harvard ALI Senior Fellow.
Members of Al Akhawayn University in Ifrane’s (AUI) Model United Nations (MUN) Club recently participated in two international events.
The first event took place on SciencesPo’s Menton campus from March 23rd to 25th . Over the course of the event, MUN members discussed and debated a wide array of sensitive subjects, ranging from the Sahara, to the Russian-Ukrainian conflict, and even ISIS.
The second event, which took place last week, saw our students travel to Beirut, Lebanon, where they met with students of diverse nationalities and backgrounds, and had the chance to develop their public speaking skills while simultaneously broadened their horizons through topical debate.