ALU’s fresh approach to 21st-century education can now be experienced in two amazing locations: the fast-growing innovation hub of Kigali, Rwanda, and the island paradise of Mauritius. Both campuses offer ALU’s unique learning model alongside undergraduate degree programmes while delivering an immersive and transformative student experience through the ALU Alive programme. The only question you have to answer is, which life-changing experience best suits you?
At ALU, we resist the pressure to conduct tertiary education the way it has always been done. We challenge existing beliefs so that we only keep what works, and reimagine the rest. Our mission is to create a more prosperous and peaceful Africa by developing the next generation of ethical and entrepreneurial African leaders. We prepare students for a successful and meaningful life and career in the 21st century – with a shared vision for a better Africa.
Preparation for Tomorrow’s World:
We prepare you for jobs that don’t even exist yet.
Engaging Learning Experience:
A revolutionary style of teaching and learning
Develop entrepreneurial skills and mindsets.
Education Meets the Real World:
The real world comes to the classroom.
Hanneke Rauch is the founder and managing director of Buzz, a company that provides drama, dance, and singing workshops for children. Rauch visited ALC Mauritius in early May as part of ALU’s Distinguished Guest Speaker series.
Through the generosity of Dolika Banda, ALU is delighted to announce a scholarship for Zambian students to pursue an undergraduate degree in STEM. Continue reading for details, deadlines and contact information.
As part of ALU’s Global Visiting Faculty Programme, ALU will be hosting two academics during the month of April to present lectures and lead seminars in their respective fields. Stay tuned!
ALU students worked with IBM in the Projects course to critically assess the healthcare landscape in five African countries…
Professor Valerie Webster
My favourite thing has been sitting in the classes, listening to students, visiting the students in their residences and getting a feel for how they are enthused to be starting off on their journeys.
Daniel Lifuka Sichinga
During our three or four years at ALU, we’re going to go through a process of transformation
The traditional model of university has become lethargic and unidirectional. This is an opportunity to be the creative producers of a new Africa.
My vision is that everyone’s dream can become a reality no matter how impossible it seems. If you make the effort to learn and nurture the skills and talents that you have, you can make it happen
Growing up, I hated school because I was studying but not learning. I was not happy. My vision for ALU is that I’ll want to wake up everyday and feel like I want to come to school.
I feel relieved knowing that I’m leaving my child is in capable hands. Relieved that I’m not at home imagining what she’s doing but I can visualise it. I can go to rest knowing that she will be fine. I can actually go to rest knowing that Africa will be fine.
I am here to redefine myself so that I can redefine my community.