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The ALU School of Wildlife Conservation is the first of its kind on the continent, dedicated to growing the next generation of world-class conservation leaders in Africa. The continent needs homegrown African leaders to spearhead new and innovative approaches in the business of conservation.

The approach of the school is unique, teaching much needed business and leadership skills and exposing students to real-world experience, to ensure economic development and long term sustainability of our animals, our land, and our communities.

The school identifies, educates and connects these leaders to existing conservationists across the continent through a Conservation specialization in our Global Challenges undergraduate degree, our graduate Conservation MBA program, and our middle management training courses.

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