As another cycle of internships concludes this week, ALU students return to campus with diverse, rich experiences working all over Africa. At ALU, we believe that “college-to-career” is a journey from curiosity to competence, so the curriculum and learning model is designed to capture the imagination of students and equip them with quality resources and an education to impress employer partners.
the African Leadership University is committed to doing more than simply tearing down the walls of your cubicle to create “the workplace of the future.” It is committed to tearing down the old-fashioned notion of top-down management, bringing in a collaborative, meaningful dialogue between its community – a dialogue that enriches the lives of everyone involved in the life-long learning experience at ALU.
ALU plays a leading role in empowering future leaders from around the world and staying commitment to study during the years pay off, as elucidated by these successful people in recent commencement speeches.
Marielle Van der Meer, Vice-President of Global Affairs at the university points out, “Our aim is to offer our students the best possible global exposure – and expose the world to the richness of our community. Education doesn’t stop at borders – so neither should we.”
As narrated by Dr. Nadia Rabesahala Horning, an inspirational personal account of facilitating pilot seminars on African Politics in January 2016 and 2017.
As part of ALU’s Global Visiting Faculty Programme, ALU will be hosting Nir Hindi, founder of The Artian, an innovation and creativity training company.
You learn your alphabet, how to put the letters together correctly, and you learn to read. You learn your numbers, how they interact, and you learn mathematics. For so many students, memorization is the key to knowledge. But what if failure were the real key to knowledge?
GCU recognised the entrepreneurial drive and achievement of two ALC Mauritius Students, Aloys and Noah, by presenting them with the Magnus Magnusson Award.
ALU founder Fred Swaniker was awarded an honorary doctorate degree during the 2017 Middlebury College commencement address today in Vermont, USA.