Al Akhawayn University (Arabic: جامعة الأخوين jāmiʿat al-akhawayn; French: Université Al Akhawayn) is an independent, public, not-for-profit, coeducational university located in Ifrane, Morocco, 70 km (43 mi) from the imperial city of Fez, in the midst of the Middle Atlas Mountains. The medium of instruction is the English language.
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The university mosque
The creation of Al Akhawayn University was largely funded by King Fahd of Saudi Arabia from an endowment intended for the cleanup of an oil spill off the coast of Morocco. The cleanup was never realized as the wind blew the oil spill away and the endowment was used to create the university. Al Akhawayn University was founded by Royal Decree (Dahir) in 1993 and officially inaugurated by the former King Hassan II of Morocco on January 16, 1995. The Arabic name al-akhawayn, literally the "two brothers," refers to the two respective kings. Academics With 2,173 full-time students living and studying together on a residential campus in the Middle Atlas town of Ifrane, Al Akhawayn offers undergraduate and graduate program options in the Humanities and Social Sciences, Science and Engineering, and Business Administration – all connected by a common core based on the American liberal arts model. Academic centers and institutes
Language Center (LC) Center for Business Ethics (CBE) Institute of Economic Analysis & Prospective Studies (IEAPS) Social Science Research Institute (SSRI) Executive Education Center (EEC) Hillary Clinton Women’s Empowerment Center (HCWEC) Azrou Center for Local Community Development
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