AFRICAN LEADERSHIP UNIVERSITY (MAURITIUS, RWANDA)
African Leadership University (ALU) offers a variety of bachelor degree programmes designed to address the gap between education and the real world by developing a curriculum that addresses the industry needs of our continent. We challenge you to declare a “mission” for your life, not just an academic “major”. ALU will expose you to the grand challenges and opportunities of our time, and work with you to define how you want to solve these problems and capture emerging opportunities. All our degree programmes have been crafted by curating some of the best content from across the world delivered through our innovative Learning Model. In addition to your degree programme, your learning will be supplemented by an African Studies course that puts your learning in the African and global context- working towards the mission for your life.
African Leadership College (ALC) in Mauritius currently offers the following degrees programmes, accredited and awarded by Glasgow Caledonian University in Scotland, UK.
African Leadership University in Rwanda currently offers the following degree programmes, accredited by the Higher Education Council of Rwanda and awarded by ALU.
ALU has a massive scholarship program currently ongoing until 20 April 2020, supported by the MasterCard Foundation. Students are highly encouraged to apply, especially female students. These are full scholarships that cover the following:
100% Tuition Fee Waiver which covers the cost of tuition fees, accommodation and other study-related costs for the duration of the undergraduate programme at the Rwanda and Mauritius campuses of the African Leadership University
Annual living allowance for the duration of the undergraduate programme
Relocation allowance to cover incoming travel and removal expenses for one way travel (for applicants living outside Rwanda and Mauritius)
Passed a final national senior secondary school exam and graduated from secondary school
Mauritius campus – must have passed at least 3 A-levels or equivalent with a minimum grade C * * *
Rwanda campus – must have passed at least 2 A-levels or equivalent with a minimum grade C
* Applicants who do not have the required number of A-levels or an equivalent qualification, but who may have a year or more of tertiary education will be considered for admission. These will be assessed on a case-by-case basis by the Admissions team.
* * For students attending the Mauritius campus, who do not meet A-level equivalence, our partner Glasgow Caledonian University offers a Bridging Programme to enhance readiness for study at a tertiary level.
The following high school subjects are required for the following degree programmes offered at ALC Mauritius in partnership with Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU):
MEng Electrical Power Systems Engineering: A levels: BCC including Maths and Physics plus GCSE English at C
BSc (Hon) Computing Science: A levels: CCC plus GCSE English and Maths or Computing at C
The following high school subjects are required for the following degree programmes offered at ALU Rwanda:
BSc (Hon) Computer Science: A Level (or equivalent) in Math with a minimum B grade
HOW TO APPLY
The application process begins with an ALU Leadership Assessment which you take online and get a score. The application for admission to ALU is then completed online here: https://www.alueducation.com/admissions/undergraduate-admissions/. There are 4 parts of the application, namely:
Essential information - basic details on yourself and parents/guardians, ID, degree you are applying for
Education history - secondary and post secondary education, high school results
Essay of 250 - 300 words (prompt provided online)
Required documents - passport / ID, results, plus any standardized tests
At ALU we offer Applications in 4 rounds, leading up to our September 2020 intake.
If you have any questions about ALU or the application process feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org.