Parents Weekend is an annual gathering with the goal of building a network of parents and ambassadors across the continent to share our vision for creating ethical and entrepreneurial leaders.
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.
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.’
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.
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.
Congratulations to our very first graduating class of ALUSB students! It has been a journey for us all, and it is definitely a testament of our accomplishments so far.