ALU has opened two campuses so far. The first undergraduate campus in Mauritius opened in 2015 with 60 students. A pan-African business school opened in 2016. In 2017 ALU opened an undergraduate campus in Rwanda. Collectively, ALU has now reached enrollment of 800 students from over 40 African countries. CNN named ALU “The Harvard of Africa” in recognition of its innovative approach to learning that empowers students with future proof skills they’ll need to solve the world’s greatest challenges. Over the next few years, ALU will expand its network of campuses and hubs across Africa to widen access to its educational offerings.
Grand Challenges and Great Opportunities in Africa
ALU has a dynamic curriculum where learning doesn’t only entail acquiring knowledge, numbers and facts but also learning in groups as well as through individually tailored learning processes.
In addition, all students have to integrate experience from the world outside campus to ensure that the practical application of their skills is always at the center of what they do.