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Daniel Kazadi President- Congolese Campus Community
DRC- 3rd Year Computer Science
Since joining Africa University, my life has shifted in such a way that I have met the real me. This is a place of self-discovery and self-awareness. On a personal level I have discovered the Leader that was sleeping in me. AU has given me the exposure I truly needed in order to get on the right track.
Martin Kapya Mukole - DR Congo
Final Year Student - Bachelor of Divinity
Being at Africa University for more than 4 years has made me realize how this place helped me grow holistically in every dimension of my life. AU is the place where not only my dreams became clearer than ever but the place where I became empowered and equipped with knowledge and skills needed for the realization of my dreams.
Florence Mbalenhle Mdluli - South Africa
3rd Year International Relations
Being part of such a diverse community has been a great privilege indeed. During the xenophobic attacks in 2019 back home in South Africa against foreigners, I was worried at how I would also be received in another country. The AU community remained that same, loving, tolerant and open to all nationalities races, religions and creeds. Ubuntu lives at Africa University.
Faith Vengesai - Zimbabwe
3rd Year Social Work
Through connecting with international students and staff members, I have been exposed to and built a continental network of friends, professionals and connections, something I would not have been able achieve were it not for AU’s Pan- African identity. Being at Africa University is a blessing.
Ali Wantimba - Uganda
Masters of Arts in Religious Studies
Africa university has raised me from a nobody to a person I am today. Especially through its well drafted curriculum and financial aid programs.
Rita Curimenha - Angola
Being at Africa University gave me some outstanding leadership skills that have seen me contributing immensely to the development on my community and that of the United Methodist Church in Angola. Indeed the dream remains alive!
Tendai Garwe - Zimbabwe
Learning at a Pan African Institution and being the first female to hold an executive post in the SRC as Secretary General in 2002, I learnt that the glass ceiling can and will be shattered. I have applied the leadership skills I learnt in my career growth. I dare to tread where others have not and challenge the status quo.
Genesis Domingos - Angola
AU is a Pan-African institution with more than twenty eight African countries represented. I am glad to be a part of this dream.
Steven Maenda - Mozambique
AU is a place of love and Hope where we celebrate our differences as family.