The former Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs and Human Rights in France, Rama Yade, has joined the Mohammed VI Polytechnic University in Morocco, where Prince Moulay El Hassan is pursuing his higher education.
Morocco has a new recruit. It is Mame Ramatoulaye Yade, known as Rama Yade, former Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs and Human Rights in France. This Frenchwoman of Senegalese origin, born on 13 December 1976 in Dakar, will join the Mohammed VI Polytechnic University in Morocco, where Prince Moulay El Hassan is enrolled to pursue his higher education.
The eldest son of King Mohammed VI of Morocco, Moulay El Hassan obtained his Baccalaureate, session 2020, international option in the field of Economic and Social Sciences, with the mention Very Good. This achievement gave him the opportunity to enrol at the Mohammed VI Polytechnic University, a higher education group founded by the Office Chérifien des Phosphates (OCP).
In this university environment of excellence, Mame Ramatoulaye Yade will meet another Frenchwoman, but of Moroccan origin. This is the former French Minister of National Education, Najat Vallaud-Belkacem, who has joined the faculty of the Mohammed VI Polytechnic University of Marrakech.
If Najat Vallaud-Belkacem is appointed as an affiliated professor at the Mohammed VI Polytechnic University, her compatriot Mame Ramatoulaye Yade would be invited to this temple of knowledge as a temporary employee.