Université Mundiapolis is a private university in Casablanca, Morocco.
The university is a merger of the Institute of Management and Business Law (IMADE), Moroccan School of Computer Science, Electronics and Automation (EMIAE), and Polyfinance, and was established in 2009 as a multi-disciplinary private university.
“Education for impact means having an impact on the lives of our students through an educational model which does not only provide them with a recognized degree but gives them the skills that employers require. We put ourselves in the shoes of parents investing in their children’s futures and ask ourselves what their return on investment is, by closely observing the job market to monitor salaries after graduation. Our commitment is to add value to our students by equipping them with the resources and skills to be successful in their careers or entrepreneurial endeavors.”
Network: the power of regional and global collaboration through institutions and partnerships and the positive impact.
Learning: quality education and developing world-class African human talent with an entrepreneurial mindset and 21st century skills to thrive in the globally disrupted world of work.
Innovation: education must continuously evolve to meet the challenges of the fast-changing and unpredictable globalized world.
Employability: commitment to enhancing employability of graduates.
Communities: delivering a positive social impact in local communities.
"It has been 4 years at Mundiapolis University, where I learned and practiced software engineering, whether through academic projects or internships. In this final year, I am so excited to learn about new topics like artificial intelligence and cloud computing which will enable me to follow my path as a researcher."
“A good leader learns how to create and maintain good communication within their community. This requires many skills such as empathy and respect. Seeking continuous evolution is part of leadership too.” “My time at Mundiapolis helped me realize what makes a good leader. I learnt how to share - whether it was sharing knowledge, life experience, advice or ideas. This has brought me closer to my colleagues and helped me create a strong professional network.”