Details for HEM (Institute of Higher Education of Management)
Type of Organization
Type of Education
Undergraduate, Post Graduate, Executive
Sign Up Date to PRME
20 Oct 2011
Current Sharing Information on Progress Report Submission
09 Feb 2016
Sharing Information on Progress (2016)
Period Covered: Jan 2015 to Jan 2017
With the entry of the World Bank in its capital through its subsidiary IFC, International Finance Corporation, HEM, 1st Business School in Morocco reaffirms and reinforces its institutional and educational capabilities.
HEM sets up its THREE-YEAR PLAN 2015-2017 including a reaffirmation and strengthening of its educational model 'Grande Ecole', its para-educational and citizen activities and the Group as a whole, through the launch of a professionalizing private university in September 2017.
Achievements Curriculum Integration in the Field of Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability
15 years ago, HEM launched a unique concept called “Université Citoyenne” or “Free University for all citizens”. The idea came from a concept that is as old as the oldest university in the history of the world, which is the University of AlKaraween in Fès/Morocco that was established by a woman Fatima Al-Fahria more than a thousand years ago and where in a specific time and space, people from all walks of life can come attend seminars given by prominent scholars. At HEM, these seminars last 3 months and cover three subject areas: socio-political, socio-economical and managerial. Attendees who attend 90% of these seminars get to receive an auditor certificate. For some of them who never received a diploma this is an unparalleled event.
Achievements Research Development in the Field of Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability
Through one of HEM's students personal development programs called ProLib or "Projet Libre", all students from all levels; undergraduate and graduate, are required to work on a social project involving business corporations in the funding and/or the sponsoring of events or punctual business transactions that generate money for charity associations.