Africities: Moroccan varsity to launch Master’s program in City Management

The Moroccan University Al Akhawayn, based in the city of Ifrane, 200 km from Rabat, has announced its decision to…

The Moroccan University Al Akhawayn, based in the city of Ifrane, 200 km from Rabat, has announced its decision to introduce the Executive Master in City Management (EMCM) program designed for officials specialized in the management of territories.

In a statement published at the eighth Africities Summit, being held in Marrakech, Al Akhawayn Unversity indicated that this flexible and adaptable Master’s program will last 12 months (450-495 hours of training) for territorial management professionals wishing to deepen their understanding of the new global and African geopolitical context of decentralization, local governance and development in the Southern Hemisphere.

The curriculum will enable the beneficiaries to acquire advanced skills in the effective management of African cities, especially in terms of development and planning.

Resorting to high-profile teachers and practitioners from different backgrounds (Africa, Europe and America), EMCM combines classroom courses and online classes.

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