Graduates since 1999
Keynote speaker: Jérôme Binde, Director of UNESCO's Analysis and Forecasting Office.
Number of graduates:172 students graduated (85 undergraduates and 87 graduates).
Keynote speaker:Hilary Rodham Clinton, then-First Lady of the United States.
Number of graduates: 110 students graduated (93 undergraduates and 17 graduates)
Keynote speaker: Seddik Belyamani, Executive Vice President for Sales at The Boeing Company.
Number of graduates:188 students graduated (152 undergraduates and 36 graduates).
Keynote speaker:André Azoulay, Advisor to His Majesty King Mohammed VI of Morocco.
Number of graduates:177 students graduated (130 and 47 graduates).
Keynote speaker:Sir David Walker, Chairman and CEO of Morgan Stanley.
Number of graduates:177 students graduated (122 undergraduates and 55 graduates).
Keynote speaker:Alain Dutheil, Corporate Vice President of STMicroelectronics.
Number of graduates:129 students graduated (87 undergraduates and 42 graduates).
Keynote speaker: Felipe González Márquez, former Prime Minister of Spain.
Number of graduates:195 students graduated (157 and 38 graduates).
Keynote speaker: Zoulikha Nasri, Counselor to His Majesty King Mohammed VI of Morocco.
Number of graduates:215 students graduated (184 undergraduates and 31 graduates).
Keynote speaker: Driss Jettou, then-Prime Minister of Morocco.
Number of graduates:258 students graduated (214 undergraduates and 44 graduates).
Keynote speaker: Gad El Maleh. French-Moroccan stand-up comedian and actor.
Number of graduates: 215 students graduated (148 undergraduates and 67 graduates).
Keynote speaker: Bruce McWilliams, Chairman and CEO of Tessera Technologies.
Number of graduates: 186 students graduated (138 undergraduates and 48 graduates).
Keynote speaker: Ahmed Reda Chami, then-Minister of Industry, Trade, and New Technologies.
Number of graduates: 183 students graduated (132 undergraduates and 51 graduates).
Keynote speaker: Steven Knapp, President of The George Washington University.
Number of graduates: 254 students graduated (193 undergraduates and 61 graduates).
Keynote speaker: Buzz Aldrin, NASA Astronaut and second person to walk on the Moon.
Number of graduates: 282 students graduated (210 undergraduates and 72 graduates).
Keynote speaker: William Gaston Caperton III, former Governor of West Virginia and current member of the Al Akhawayn Board of Trustees
Number of graduates: 330 students graduated (256 undergraduates and 74 graduates)
Keynote speaker: Nabil Ayouch, Moroccan Film Director
Number of graduates: 317 students graduated (253 undergraduates and 64 graduates)
Keynote speaker: Larry R. Faulkner, President Emiritus, University of Texas at Austin
Number of graduates: 277 students graduated (247 undergraduates and 30 graduates)
Keynote speaker: Ms Nawal El Moutawakel, Vice-President of the IAAF Athletes’ Commission
Number of graduates: 320 students graduated (269 undergraduates and 50 graduates)
Keynote Speaker : John Quelch, a Charles Edward Wilson Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School,
Number of graduates: 409 students graduated (342 undergraduates and 67 graduates)
Twenty first Commencement
Keynote Speaker: Mr. Mohammed Rherras, Minister in charge of Vocational Training, Ministry of Education, Vocational Training, Higher Education and Scientific Research.
Number of graduates: 461 students graduated (400 undergraduates and 61 graduates)
Twenty second Commencement
Keynote Speaker: Mr. Said Amzazi, Minister of National Education, Vocational Training, Higher Education and Scientific Research.
Number of graduates: 453 students graduated (388 undergraduates and 65 graduates)
Twenty third Commencement
Keynote Speaker: Mr. Chakib Benmoussa, He previously served as the interior minister of Morocco and has been the lead negotiator for the Moroccan side in the Western Sahara conflict.
Number of graduates: 540 students graduated