The AMIDEAST Education Abroad Programs in the Arab World partner in Rabat, Morocco is Mohammed V University – Agdal.
Founded in 1917 in Rabat, Mohammed V University-Agdal is Morocco's most prestigious public university. It has over 25,000 students in its various schools, and over 10,000 in its College of Letters and Humanities, where the AMIDEAST Education Abroad Program is focused. Its faculty includes many of Morocco's pre-eminent scholars, while its students are among the most promising in the nation.
Mohammed V University-Agdal is an international academic leader, and is committed to the global exchange of ideas and people. In particular, it participates in a wide variety of bi-lateral and multi-lateral research initiatives, hosts visiting scholars from throughout the world, and works cooperatively with several international organizations, most notably the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). The University is also home to a growing number of international students, most of them from African and Asian countries.
AMIDEAST Education Abroad Program courses in Rabat are taught by a select group of Moroccan professors from the College of Letters and Humanities as well as others from other colleges of the University and from other institutions in Rabat and neighboring cities. All have both fluency in English and experience teaching in English. Participating faculty earned post-graduate degrees at universities in North America and Europe or have spent extended periods at English-medium institutions as students, visiting faculty or visiting researchers.
More information about Mohammed V University – Agdal can be found on its website.