ALU Students don’t take a traditional summer break. Our students work year-round and during the summer term, they participate in summer internships, fellowships, business incubators, and many more dynamic activities around the globe. Check out some of the #ALUSummerStories in this article.
It’s easy to call yourself a change agent, generating new ideas is exciting. The thing is, “being” or more appropriately embodying the qualities of a change agent is much harder; it requires new ideas aligned with consistent unwavering action.
For the past 15 years, Tom Siegel has been the Vice-president of Trust and Safety at Google. He is currently setting up his own company in data protection. He recently spent a few weeks on the campus, delivering masterclasses as well as sharing his own experience within a global organization.
Read more about Simiso Shabangu’s story as a MILEAD Fellow with the Moremi Initiative for Women Leadership in Africa and how ALU has contributed to this successful journey.
Take a deep dive into the ALU English Immersion Program (EI), a language preparatory program that aids non-English speaking students to successfully kick-start their learning journey at our institution.
In March, three ALU student representatives participated in the United Nation’s Commission on the Status of Women (UNCSW), celebrating Women’s History Month at UN Headquarters. They traveled to UN Headquarters in New York City to participate in this 3-week academic trip.
Over the past few months, four of our very own ALU students participated in the HSBC/HKU Asia Pacific Business Case Competition. Team ALU traveled to Hong Kong where in addition to competing, they participated in dinners, resilience training, group training, and even opportunities to explore Hong Kong.