Past ALU Events

B.O.L.D Summit 2019

Date: Feb 27-28, 2019
Venue: ALC Campus, Mauritius

The B.O.L.D (Breaking Ordinary Learning Dimensions) Summit was a peek into the future of learning, its endless possibilities and what it takes to bring it to life. The African Leadership University brought together education enthusiasts and lifelong learning advocates during an immersive 2-day experience to its campus located in the education hub and paradise island of Mauritius.

Madiba Emerging Leaders Seminar

ReImagine Talent 2016

Date: Sept 5-7, 2018
Venue: ALU Campus, Rwanda
A 2 day leadership seminar took place to commemorate the launch of the Mandela Centennial Scholars Programme in partnership with the Graça Machel Trust (GMT) and Mandela Institute for Development Studies (MINDS) to honor President Mandela’s legacy on his 100th anniversary by providing scholarships to 100 outstanding young Africans to attend ALU in Kigali, Rwanda.
Date: Mar 6-10, 2016
Venue: InterContinental Hotel, Mauritius
The ReImagine Talent Symposium 2016 brought over 60 of the continent's top employers to share and learn best practices in engaging and developing the next generation of leadership for their industries. They participated in ALU's signature University for a Day experiential, shared their career journeys with students and saw a student presentation on their work with Uber.

BCC 2018

Date: Oct 31- Nov 2, 2018
Venue: Kigali Convention Centre, Rwanda
The Business of Conservation Conference was a 3-day event hosted by the School of Wildlife and Conservation in ALU to gather leaders in conservation and across industries to explore practical avenues to economic growth in Africa through wildlife conservation, strengthen networks and develop unique partnerships

ALN 2017

Date: Nov 1-3, 2017
Venue: Hotel Sofitel L'Impérial Resort & Spa, Mauritius
The theme of the ALN 2017 gathering was “Impossible”, which explored the mindsets, skill sets, and networks leaders need to embrace as they embark on the seemingly impossible journey of making this century the ‘African Century’.