Like HARVARD and MIT, AUI is accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE)

The first non-US NECHE accredited University in Africa, one of the most prestigious accrediting institutions throughout the world.

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Grow beyond your peers. Learn blockchain, digital payment, digital contracts, and become a Fintech expert.

The Master of Engineering in Financial Technology teaches the students the fundamentals of financial technology, including blockchain and its applications, digital payment and crypto currencies, machine learning and its applications in financial data analysis.

  • Lear from technology-certified faculty and Industry experts

  • Conduct a final project in incubation mode with one of our Fintech industry partners with access to startup funding, or conduct a research-oriented final project opening up your way into an international research career

  • Leverage on our Network of Fintech ecosystem to launch your own startup

Master of Engineering in Financial Technology

Learning Outcomes

  • Acquire a deep understanding of how technology is impacting the finance and payment sectors.

  • Be able to use Fintech technology enablers such as blockchain and digital payment to build applications.

  • Be able to apply machine learning to financial and market data.

About the Master

The Master in a few words

AUI graduate programs combine enhanced subject knowledge and research opportunities

NECHE* Accreditation in detail

NECHE (The New England Commission of Higher Education) is the same agency that accredits Harvard and MIT.

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Why choose AUI ?

Al Akhawayn University in Ifrane (AUI) educates the future citizen-leaders of Morocco and the world through a globally oriented, English-language liberal arts curriculum.

“My experience at Al Akhawayn University has meant career advancement to a highly responsible and technically challenging position in a multinational leader company of renewable energies which won the tender of the 850 MW wind farms project in Morocco. The Sustainable Energy Management master program has given me the opportunity to pursue my dream career and also to pursue a doctoral degree in renewable energies. I found engaged faculty and a built-in community that supported me during my whole degree process to give the best.”

Atar Derj

Master of Science in Sustainable Energy Management (MSSEM) Class of 2018
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