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Programmes

At Edvant Edge Africa, our events are targeted toward engaging different stakeholders within the higher education sector and creating a unique platform for knowledge sharing, networking, and collaboration. These events are uniquely developed, carefully crafted, and professionally delivered to meet the needs of the target community. The Advancement Roundtable This series of biennial events brings together carefully selected administrators within higher education institutions as well as international development organisations across Africa to learn from thought leaders and share knowledge around advancement and related activities. Participants will include Vice Chancellors, Presidents, Deputy Vice Chancellors of Administration/Strategy/Partnerships, Directors of Advancement, Development Officers, Fundraisers, Alumni Relations and Administrative Officers. The Africa Students Summit and Awards African students are breaking barriers and making a legacy across different sectors. Yet, they face various challenges that affect their productivity and relevance. This includes lack of adequate support ahead of post-study life and the lack of recognition for all the efforts that they are making. This event brings together students from universities across Africa to learn from thought leaders, get educational and career advancement support, and be awarded for the impact that they are making in their countries. Educational Advancement in Africa Conference (EAAC) This is the most sought-after educational advancement conference in the continent which aims at building the capacity of advancement professionals across Africa. This conference is specially designed for Advancement Officers of African Universities including university leaders, deans, directors, and advancement practitioners. With particular focus on those working in the fields of fundraising, partnerships, and alumni relations, the conference provides a platform for experts to share best practices and chart a course for institutional advancement in the continent.