Equip yourself for the green economy and a world of opportunity across the conservation sector with the support of the School of Wildlife Conservation
The ALU degree program is an inter-disciplinary course of study designed to address specific challenges facing Africa. With a missions-not-majors approach, the programme provides you with the skills and attributes needed to adapt to a dynamic world and address the variety of complex and interrelated challenges that society is currently facing. The programme aims to prepare you to become team builders and systems thinkers who have a breadth of cross-disciplinary knowledge, are extremely skilled at innovative problem-solving in a variety of domains, have the ability to learn continuously, and have developed deep pragmatic skills for taking meaningful action.
Graduates with a conservation mission will be able to choose from a variety of careers in the Green Economy, one of the fastest growing sectors of the global economy.
The ALU School of Wildlife Conservation weaves its content and expertise into the undergraduate degree program. Built on the philosophy of ‘missions not majors’, this program develops future African leaders with the explicit mission of conserving Africa’s natural wildlife ecosystem while balancing the interests of local communities and their economies.