A meeting between Mohammed VI University and the Moroccan Diaspora in the United Kingdom

In order to establish close relations with Moroccans residing abroad, the Mohammed VI Polytechnic University (UM6P) held on October 1st in London, a working session with several Moroccan skills residing in the UK.

According to the Daily Moroccan events, the Mohammed VI Polytechnic University (UM6P) should see through the “Moroccan-British Competence Network (MBCN)”, regarding the procedures for signing partnership agreements with the Moroccan community in London. The aim is to facilitate the professional integration of its students who are looking for outlets outside Morocco after obtaining the degree.

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For Khaled Baddou, the university’s representative at the event, “UM6P has always been open to Moroccan skills abroad, in order for them to have the opportunity to contribute to the development of their country.” Accordingly, this Moroccan expatriate is invited on the occasion of this event to present his “experience, time and skills to Morocco’s youth and its academic institutions,” according to the newspaper.

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For his part, Nabil Hajji, Doctor of Molecular Oncology and Professor at Imperial College London, explained that this meeting is a good thing and will deepen the relations between Moroccans residing in the United Kingdom and Mohammed VI Polytechnic University.

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