Origin & Ambition
As part of Mohammed VI Polytechnic University (UM6P), Africa Business School was founded by OCP, the Global leader of phosphate industry and one of the largest fertilizer producers in the world. Mohammed VI Polytechnic University is an institution dedicated to research and innovation in Africa and aims to position itself among world-renowned universities in its fields.
The Business School’s ambition is to respond to the most crucial challenges facing Africa and the world in general, by being dedicated to the development of the continent’s future leaders through training, research, and innovation. With a hybrid pedagogy centered on the human being, Africa Business School brings a different perspective to leadership. In all of its programs, it develops both analytical and holistic skills of its participants, both quantitative and qualitative, cognitive and emotional, managerial, and technological. It also includes, as a cornerstone of its training, the responsibility to society to develop culturally and socially responsible leaders. Africa Business School joins forces with the most prestigious international academic partners to deliver its various programs.
Africa Business School
Avenue Mohammed Ben Abdellah Regragui, Madinat Al Irfane, BP 6380, RABAT – Morocco
As a member of the AACSB Business Education Alliance, Africa Business School is now part of the world’s largest network of business schools and organizations focused on advancing business education.
AACSB Business Education Alliance offers educational and benchmarking resources specifically designed for business programs and faculty.
Africa Business School is a proud member of EFMD.
EFMD is a network of business schools and corporations dedicated to enhancing excellence in management education and development globally.
Africa Business School is a proud member of GSBN.
GSBN was created by the World Bank in 2003 to improve management in the developing world, it facilitates cross-border networking, knowledge sharing and collaboration. GBSN programs tap the expertise of the member schools to advise, train and mentor developing world institutions and educators.