The ALU School of Business (ALUSB) is a part of African Leadership University (ALU), which is accredited by the Higher Education Council of Rwanda and is located in the heart of the Rwandan capital, Kigali. The ALUSB MBA degree is awarded by African Leadership University.
ALUSB launched its first MBA class in 2016 and graduated its first class in July 2018.
In less than 6000 days, Africa will have the largest workforce in the world. This population boom could either be a humanitarian global crisis or the greatest source of global prosperity. The vision of the ALU School of Business is to serve as a catalyst for prosperity in Africa by developing African business leaders and entrepreneurs to help make this century The African Century!
“This is Africa’s century, but Africa needs us to achieve its full potential. The private sector will play a key role: maximising current opportunities and unearthing new areas of growth. The ALU School of Business is preparing the global leaders needed to help create this change.” –
Fred Swaniker, Founder & CEO
Momar is a mathematician, economic & education policy advisor and an educator. From 2013 to 2018 he served as Senior Technical and Policy Advisor to the Minister in Senegal’s Ministry of Education where he oversaw the implementation of the nation’s education reform agenda and spearheaded ambitious digital transformation initiatives.
Over the last 10 years, Momar has built a career developing multidisciplinary approaches to identify and address development challenges in sub-Saharan Africa. He founded Africa Web Services, an information and communications technology firm servicing African public institutions and private enterprises.
Since 2003, Momar has delivered summer lectures on African politics and election statistics at Harvard University. Momar is the recipient of the prestigious Bartlett Memorial Lecture in mathematics on the topic of election forensics from the University of Arizona.
The Founder and Chairman of the Africa Leadership Group – an ecosystem of organisations that includes African Leadership Academy, African Leadership Network, Africa Advisory Group, and of course, African Leadership University.
Swaniker has been recognised as a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum and by Forbes Magazine as one of the top ten young ‘power men’ in Africa.