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WHY ALU?

Everyone’s different—including you. That’s why at ALU, we don’t do “one size fits all” education. ALU’s Leadership Core program and the first year of real work experience will prepare you for our unique approach to individualized learning. We build the skills that you, as a young leader and entrepreneur will need for the future. Harness the characteristics essential for creating a mission-based life of impact and purpose. All ALU students develop 21st-century skills and network that will remain relevant amidst rapid global change. Want to guide that change? With the right education, you can.

THE ALU ADVANTAGE

Conventional classes are just one way to do it. At ALU, you’ll take a different approach. An individualized, student-focused leadership curriculum develops and tests your skills, your intellect, and your ideas. A heavy emphasis on real-world internships and experience solidifies crucial qualities for the future. You’ll be exposed to new global cultures, opinions, and challenges to your problem-solving abilities. And you’ll gain the skills that 21st-century employers want—critical skills like problem-solving, entrepreneurship, and leadership. At ALU, you don’t just pick a major—you pursue life experience.

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ENTREPRENEURIAL LEADERSHIP: IT'S IN OUR DNA

Entrepreneurial leaders rally the troops. They see failure as a learning opportunity. They take risks for the greater vision. They solve problems and chase solutions. Unfortunately, most schools don’t teach these skills. At ALU, we believe every 21st-century graduate should be able to think entrepreneurially. You’ll declare a mission, not a major. You’ll be exposed to the grand challenges and opportunities of our time and work to address and capture them. You’ll discover your life’s purpose and align your learning with it. The employers of tomorrow—organizations like our internship partners L’Oréal, Swiss Re, Cellulant, and more—want leaders and problem-solvers. ALU’s accredited undergraduate and postgraduate degree programs prepare help get you there.

STUDENT INTERNSHIP STORIES

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BECOME FUTURE-PROOF

It’s no secret that machines and computers are becoming better than humans at things that used to require academic knowledge. That’s why in the future, human traits like imagination, creativity, entrepreneurship, and empathy will be more important than basic facts and figures. In order to “future-proof” graduates, we consider these traits to be fundamental skills, not by-products of education. At ALU, they’re in the DNA of everything we do—a certainty in an uncertain world.

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Dec
Honoring Nelson Mandela’s Legacy: The Mandela Centennial Scholarship Program

In January 2018, we launched the Mandela Centennial Scholarship Program in partnership with the Graca Machel Trust and Mandela Institute of Development Studies to provide 100 of our young Africans with full scholarships to ALU Rwanda.

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10
Dec
Millennials in the Workplace: The Future of Work

Elizabeth Wamaitha Mwangi and Farai Peter Munjoma share their experiences participating in a panel discussion on the role of Millennials in the workplace.

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06
Dec
Re-imagine Your Gap Year Experience at ALU Rwanda

In this article, we share seven reasons why you should spend your gap year at ALU Rwanda.

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05
Dec
Out of the classroom and into the community – an ALC ‘Impact Lab’ mini-fair with local NGO champions

On Wednesday 14 November 2018, the African Leadership College (ALC) Mauritius welcomed 12 non-governmental organizations (NGOs) to its NGO fair tagged ‘out of the classroom and into the community.’

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03
Dec
2018 Global Entrepreneurship Week

In the week of the 12th of November, our campuses in Rwanda and Mauritius celebrated the Global Entrepreneurship Week with a series of events to encourage women entrepreneurship and to support our entrepreneurial leaders who are at every stage of the innovation process.

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28
Nov
The Mantle at Hand: Conserving Africa’s Wildlife to derive cultural and economic value

Our continent: a home to millions of wildebeests and more than 20,000 wild lions. The land where the majestic Kilimanjaro stands, and where the serene but turbulent Nile river runs its course. Though it is endowed with an exceptional diversity of wild fauna and flora, Africa is facing an accelerated rate of biodiversity loss.

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ALU’s unique, proven leadership education curriculum can benefit your company or organization. Interested in hiring our students as interns or employees? Post a job opportunity here. Think ALU’s methods can improve your own workforce? Contact us today to find out more.

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