Université Mohammed-V de Rabat
|Language||Arabic, French, English and Spanish|
Mohammed V University (Arabic: جامعة محمد الخامس, French: Université Mohammed-V de Rabat), in Rabat, Morocco, was founded in 1957 under a royal decree (Dahir). It is the first modern university in Morocco after the University of al-Qarawiyyin in Fez.
The university was founded in 1957. It is named for Mohammed V, the former King of Morocco who died in 1961.
In 1993, it was divided into two independent universities: Mohammed V University at Agdal and Mohammed V University at Souissi.
In September 2014 the two universities merged into one, known as Mohammed V University, but maintaining the two campuses. The university has 18 total colleges as of 2020.
|Global – Overall|
|THE World||1001+ (2020)|
|USNWR Global||715 (2020)|