Instagram – July 26th, 2019
@aluconservation have dedicated 8 of their 15 MBA scholarships to women this year – and that’s something we can definitely get on board with. If you know a fabulous woman working in the field of conservation who you think would fit the bill, read on…. #Repost @aluconservation with @get_repost
With only a few weeks to go until our nominations for the 2019 #MBA Conservation for Leaders close, we thought we’d go back to the beginning and explain exactly what the programme involves.
This year, we have decided to award eight scholarships for the MBA to passionate women in conservation. We have partnered with leading NGOs, community-based organizations, tourism companies, national parks, ministries and other government agencies to nominate women who they think fit the bill.
But we are also asking you – corporate companies, safari businesses and individuals – to nominate your female staff (or yourselves!). You can nominate by clicking the link in our bio and filling out the form, emailing us on firstname.lastname@example.org or sending us a message on our social media channels.
The ALU MBA model blends online education with in-class sessions, allowing students to build their studies around their existing work schedules and remain in their home countries. This means that your staff can learn a new skill one evening and implement it the very next day! Over the 20-month course, approximately 20 hours a week of academic coursework is required. Students will also join their course mates seven times throughout the program for week-long courses delivered by an all-star cast of African conservation and business leaders in Kigali.
So go on, #nominateher today!