1992: Lagos Business School is incorporated and its name changed from Centre for Professional Communications (CPC) to LBS.
1992: LBS welcomes the first participants to the Chief Executive Programme (CEP).
1993: The Advanced Management Programme (AMP) and the Senior Management Programme (SMP) are launched. Prof Albert Alos becomes Director-General of LBS.
1994: The new LBS building on Victoria Island is completed with three classrooms and seven syndicate rooms, among other facilities.
1996: LBS offers the first Executive MBA programme in partnership with IESE Business School, Barcelona.
2001: LBS welcomes the first participants to the Owner Managers Programme (OMP)
2002: Construction at the Lekki campus begins with the foundation stone laying ceremony by Governor Bola Tinubu of Lagos State.
2002: The Federal Government of Nigeria approves the establishment of Pan-African University (now Pan Atlantic University). LBS becomes the first school of the University. Prof Albert Alos becomes the first Vice-Chancellor of Pan-African University and first dean of Lagos Business School. Dr Juan Elegido becomes the deputy dean of LBS.
2003: LBS welcomes its first MBA participants.
2003: Professors Pat Utomi and Juan Elegido are appointed Lagos Business School's first two professors.
2004: Pan-African University awards its first Executive MBA degrees.
2005: Professor Juan Elegido is appointed the second Dean of LBS.
2006: LBS becomes the first African business school in 25 years to participate in the John Molson International Case Analysis Competition held at Concordia University, Montreal Canada. The MBA team placed 12th among 36 schools.
2007: LBS is ranked among the top 50 business schools in open enrolment executive education by the Financial Times of London, the first institution in West Africa to attain the prestigious ranking.
2008: A new MBA building is completed with three 80-seater classrooms, 12 syndicate rooms and 20 faculty offices.
2009: Appointment of Dr Enase Okonedo as the third Dean of LBS.
2009: Chair for Indian Management Studies established.
2010: Etisalat Corporate Social Responsibility Centre launched.
2011: Centre for Infrastructure, Policy, Regulation and Advancement established.
2011: UK Prime Minister, Rt Hon David Cameron, visits LBS.
2012: LBS Partners University of Stellenbosch Business School
2012: LBS Emerges Sixth Great Place to Work in Nigeria
2012: LBS maintains world ranking
2013: Change of University name from Pan-African to Pan-Atlantic University
2013: LBS Partners LASG on Megacity Project
2013: LBS to Begin New International Management Programme
2013: LBS sustains FT ranking
2013: Centre for Research in Leadership and Ethics established
2014: LBS maintains 55th place in the Financial Times' ranking of top open enrolment programme providers worldwide
2014: Etisalat Corporate Social Responsibility Centre renamed First Bank Sustainability Centre
2014: Centre for Research in Leadership and Ethics (CRLE) renamed after Dr Christopher Kolade
2014: LBS Joins Global Network for Advanced Management
2014: LBS Joins European Management Network
2015: LBS maintains Financial Times Ranking in open enrolment programmes and enters ranking in Custom Executive Education
2015: LBS inaugurates new Advisory Board
2015: LBS obtains AABS accreditation
2016: LBS Introduces New Executive Programmes - Management Acceleration Programme (MAP) and the Agri-business Management Programme (AgMP).
2016: LBS obtains landmark global accreditation, becoming the first institution in West Africa to be accredited by the Association of Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). LBS joined the league of less than 5% of business schools globally, to be accredited by this body.
2016: LBS obtains AMBA accreditation. International Accreditation Advisory Board of the Association of MBAs (AMBA) accredits the MBA programme offered by the School.
2016: LBS Celebrates Silver Jubilee Anniversary
2017: LBS Joins MBA Careers Services & Employer Alliance. Membership to the MBA Careers Services & Employer Alliance is only open to schools accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).
2017: LBS maintains Financial Times Ranking in open enrolment programmes for 11 years
2017: LBS Alumni Association Clocks 25 years
2017: LBS Alumni Networking Portal Awarded the Best Performing Professional School Portal