African Leaders for tomorrow
The 25 participants of the first LeAD Campus’ promotion started training on Monday 4th april.
18 men and 7 women, from 14 different countries, who started the first week of training at Cape Town University to follow the first module “My Leadership”. They’ll continue the training at Dakar in June and then at Paris in September.
A bilingual certificate in 3 countries for a four-fold certification
Africa is the continent of the 21st century and offers a multitude of opportunities. The goal of LeAD Campus is to identify the current and future leaders of Africa, develop their skills and projects so to help them contribute to a sustainable and inclusive growth across the continent.
In coordination with African corporations, this certificate awarding programme is coordinated by four African and French institutions: Sciences Po Executive Education (France), the Higher Institute of Management in Dakar (Senegal), the Graduate School of Development Policy and Practice (GSDPP) of the University of Cape Town (South Africa) as well as the CEFEB, the corporate university of the France Development Agency (AFD).The LeAD Campus programme lasts for 5 months and consists of 3 weeks of on-site training in South Africa, Senegal and France, with courses in English and French.
This programme allow a unique opportunity to the participants from different African countries to collaborate at a common goal: to create a trust and expertise based network.
Who are the LeAD Campus participants?