LBS has also featured on the Financial Times Executive Education ranking for 13 years and is rated Africa’s leading Full-time MBA, ranked Top 100 Globally.
The Faculty at Lagos Business School prepared us extensively for the competition. From assisting us with mentors that are in the specific industry we are playing in, to staying up late a few times to clean up our presentation, they assisted us significantly
The COVID-19 crisis has taught us that, to thrive in the education sector in the foreseeable future, business schools must adapt. With Covid-19 bringing about a digital revolution in the educational sector, the competitive environment is significantly changing
I am honoured to be a part of the EMBA 23 aka The Great Class. I was promoted to associate partner mid-way into my MBA program in 2019
The Lagos Business School chapter of the Beta Gamma Sigma society has been selected as the winner of the 2021 Outstanding Chapter Award – Best Practice in Academic Achievement.
Lagos Business School MBA alumna, Stephanie Obi, Founder and CEO of TrainQuarters, has been named as a Beta Gamma Sigma 2021 Entrepreneurial Achievement Award winner.
Social entrepreneurship is the catalyst to drive growth in Africa. It has created a significant number of jobs across sub-Saharan Africa and the jobs created are typically for people from underserved communities.
Lagos Business School’s Modular Executive MBA (MEMBA 6) alumnus, Oluwatobi Ajayi has emerged winner of the Best Entrepreneur Award at The AMBA & BGA Excellence Awards 2021
The Full-time MBA programme of Lagos Business School has been ranked among the top 100 in the world according to The Economist’s WhichMBA? 2021 ranking.
The graduate school of Pan-Atlantic University, Lagos Business School, has announced the appointment of Victor Banjo as its new Director of Executive Education.
First-year students of the Lagos Business School Full-time MBA (MBA 19) have taken the lead at the 2020 Africa Business Ethics Conference pitch awards by emerging in the 1st, 2nd, 4th and 5th positions.
Professor of Information Systems, Olayinka David-West has been appointed Associate Dean of Lagos Business School.
Lagos Business School faculty, Dr Ijeoma Nwagwu has been selected by the 2020 PSAG Recognition Initiative as one of 40 women who are driving the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals in Nigeria.
The Pan-Atlantic University (PAU) on Thursday and Friday, December 3 and 4, graduated 131 Masters of Business Administration (MBA) students at its 17th convocation ceremony.
At the 2020 edition of the annual Lagos Business School International Sustainability Conference, experts across sectors discussed sustainable recovery from COVID-19 and proffered business and policy solutions for job creation in emerging markets.
Lagos Business School has announced the appointment of Professor of Strategic Management, Chris Ogbechie, as its new Dean.
A sufficiently sizable labour force is germane to building a competitive economy and gaining a share of global trade and economy. This was the submission at the 2020 edition of the annual Lagos Business School Alumni Day…
Olayide Opaola of the Full-time MBA 18 class emerged winner of the 2020 edition of the Lagos Business School Mini-Keynote Competition that held virtually on Saturday, November 14.
Students of the Lagos Business School Full-time MBA 18 and 19 classes interacted with 28 top Nigerian companies at the 18th edition of the biannual MBA Talent Forum which held virtually on Thursday, November 5.
Lagos Business School (LBS) has been ranked among top 40 business schools in Corporate Knights’ 2020 Better World MBA Ranking.
It was in the Owner Manager Programme (OMP 29) class that Mike got the inspiration to transform the family shoe business through impact investing
On Tuesday, September 29, 2020, Lagos Business School hosted select top Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG), Finance & Supply Chain executives in a closed online interactive session.
On Thursday, 1st of October, LBS Faculty of Entrepreneurship, Dr Henrietta Onwuegbuzie was a speaker at the Women-led & Owned Dialogue series with 22 senior c-suite executives from around the world.
This September, 49 aspiring managers resumed for the Lagos Business School Full-time MBA with a resolve to progress in their career despite the crisis
The Highest Honours status results from the outstanding work done by the Lagos Business School BGS team.
Lagos Business School alumna, Kemi Olomola-Sijuwade, mni has been appointed as the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of the Nigeria Police Force Property Development and Construction Company (NPFPDC).
Thomas Oloriegbe, an alumnus of Lagos Business School’s Senior Management Programme (SMP 44) has been announced as the new Group Managing Director of industrial services company, Nosak Group.
An alumnus of Lagos Business School’s Modular Executive MBA (MEMBA 5), Taopheek Babayeju has earned the PMI Portfolio Management Professional (PfMP) certification…
On Tuesday, August 11, 2020, Lagos Business School hosted select marketing and sales leaders from Nigeria’s Fast-Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) sector to an interactive online session.
Lagos Business School (LBS) has received a research award to conduct an international study on sustainability for companies in selected parts of Africa.
Dr Eugene Ohu, a faculty at Lagos Business School (LBS), has won a grant of $234,000 from Templeton World Charity Foundation, Inc (TWCF) to conduct a two-year virtual reality research.
Lagos Business School (LBS) has become the only business school in Africa to be featured on The Economist 2020 Executive MBA Ranking.
Dean of Lagos Business School, Professor Enase Okonedo has joined the board of directors of the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC), a global association of leading graduate business schools.
Lagos Business School Dean, Professor Enase Okonedo has been appointed to the Board of the Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME).
Africa’s leading graduate business school, Lagos Business School, has appointed Professor of Strategic Management, Chris Ogbechie as its Deputy Dean.
The Sustainable and Inclusion Digital Financial Services (SIDFS) of Lagos Business School has been chosen to participate as a survey partner in the Global COVID-19 Fintech Market Rapid Assessment Survey.
While LBS may not be able to solve the challenge of balance for its students, it can ease the stress by providing them with a smooth online learning experience.
Hobeei, a freecycling application developed by Executive MBA (EMBA 25) student, Nnanna Madu has emerged winner of the 2020 Entrepreneurship Expo and Contest Programme organised by the MBA department of Lagos Business School (LBS)
At Lagos Business School, past and current classes are making efforts to alleviate the effects of the pandemic on vulnerable and less privileged members of various communities across Lagos.
Our 2020 Senior Fellows, Misan Rewane and Osayi Alile would strengthen the connection between theory and practice, offering participants insights into the nature of nonprofit management problems
Lagos Business School’s Custom Executive Education has been ranked number one in Africa and among the top 50 in the world by the Financial Times (FT).
The Executive MBA (EMBA 24) class of Lagos Business School has launched an initiative to provide relief materials to members of the society who are most hit by the effects of the pandemic.
Lagos Business School has officially received re-accreditation from the Association of MBAs (AMBA), one of the world’s leading authorities on postgraduate business education, demonstrating its continuing commitment to excellence in management education.
In December 2019, members of the Senior Management Programme (SMP 56) class visited the Oke Eri community of Oworo, Lagos state where they delivered a Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) project as part of their responsibilities as alumni of Lagos Business School (LBS).
For the third year in a row, Lagos Business School’s (LBS) Full-Time and Executive MBA programmes have maintained their status as Tier One programmes according to the 2020 Global Executive MBA Rankings…
Lagos Business School (LBS) has introduced an Executive Coaching service for participants on its Executive Education, Executive MBA and Modular Executive MBA programmes.
Strategy Faculty and Director, LBS Sustainability Centre, Professor Chris Ogbechie has joined the Research, Education and Engagements (REE) Thematic Area of the Financial Centre for Sustainability, Lagos
An alumnus of Lagos Business School’s Advanced Management Programme (AMP 32), Christopher Ezeafulukwe has been appointed as the Managing Director and CEO of Transcorp Power
Lagos Business School was also shortlisted in the Business School Careers Strategy Award category alongside Hult International Business School, United States…
Lagos Business School Chief Executive Programme (CEP) alumna, Ibukun Awosika has been named as the recipient of the 2020 Beta Gamma Sigma Business Achievement Award.
Lagos Business School Academic Director and Faculty of Information Systems, Professor Olayinka David-West delivered her inaugural lecture at the Honeywell Auditorium of Pan-Atlantic University.
An alumna of Lagos Business School, Owen Omogiafo has been appointed President and Group CEO of Transnational Corporation of Nigeria
On Tuesday, February 4, students of the Lagos Business School Full-time MBA 18 class participated in a one-on-one session that allowed them to engage members of the Alumni community.
An article, ‘Teaching Students to be Authentic Leaders in a Volatile World’ written by Lagos Business School faculty, Henry Onukwuba has earned a place on BizEd’s 10 Most Read articles list in 2019.
The Dean of Lagos Business School, Professor Enase Okonedo, on Friday, January 24, delivered her inaugural lecture at the Honeywell Auditorium of the Pan-Atlantic University.
On Friday, January 17, 2020, Lagos Business School (LBS) hosted Yale President, Peter Salovey who discussed emotional intelligence in leadership and business with students, alumni and staff of the School.
Held on Saturday, January 11, the closing ceremonies began with paper sessions, professional development workshops, an all academy meeting and concluded with an exciting dinner ceremony.
On January 8, 2020, Lagos Business School opened its doors over 150 management scholars, academics and other delegates from across the continent who will be participating in the 2020 Africa Academy of Management conference (AFAM).
Today witnessed the graduation of 141 Masters in Business Administration (MBA) students at the 16th convocation ceremony of Pan-Atlantic University (PAU) held at the Honeywell Auditorium of Lagos Business School (LBS).
The Lagos Business School Breakfast Club, on December 4, 2019, hosted business leaders and top executives to its annual Breakfast at Dinnertime
Collaboration, cooperation, and co-creation have been recommended as steps towards developing market-creating innovations in the financial services ecosystem in Nigeria.
Themed “Emerging Risks for HR practitioners: New Developments in Law and Practice”, the event was an opportunity for Human Resource professionals, across all levels, to discuss new trends in the HR industry
When conversations on the future of work are raised, a lot of people tend to think of robots and automation taking over jobs.
Lagos Business School (LBS) has announced that its newly launched Professional MBA programme will now be called the Modular MBA Programme.
MBA 17 student, Ifedolapo Abijo-Peters has emerged winner of the grand prize of N100,000 at the MBA Fellowship Contest held at Lagos Business School (LBS) on Monday, November 1
The Lagos Business School chapter of the Beta Gamma Sigma (BGS) society inducted 22 new members and elected new executives at its third recognition ceremony
Lagos Business School (LBS) has graduated the first set of participants from the Aspiring for Sales Leadership Programme (ASLP), run in collaboration with Nestlé Nigeria.
Lagos Business School full-time MBA 17 and 18 classes had the opportunity of pitching their unique skills and capabilities to top companies at the 17th edition of the annual MBA Talent Forum
40 young Nigerians in the waste management industry were, on October 2 – 29, 2019, trained by Lagos Business School (LBS) on innovative and sustainable methods of waste collection…
332 participants of Lagos Business School’s Executive Education programmes have been inducted into the School’s alumni community at its annual Executive Programmes graduation ceremony
An alumnus of the Lagos Business School Advanced Management Programme (AMP 28), Olorunfemi Eguaikhide has been appointed Executive Director at automobile distribution company, R.T Briscoe.
Full-time MBA 17 student, Oluwatosin Yadeka has emerged winner of the debut edition of the Lagos Business School Mini-Keynote Competition held at the Honeywell Auditorium on October 30, 2019.
Lagos Business School MBA students on Friday, October 26, held conversations around Nigeria’s growing economy and entrepreneurship with some of the country’s top chief executives at the debut edition of the Meet the CEO Series.
Lagos Business School Dean, Professor Enase Okonedo has been named a recipient of the Junior Achievement Nigeria Accelerator Award…
The week rounded off with an innovation challenge that allowed participants to share business solutions they had brainstormed in groups throughout the week.
Babatunde Okeniyi, an alumnus of the Advanced Management Programme (AMP 24) of Lagos Business School has been appointed as Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of fintech company, PayAttitude Global.
An alumnus of the Lagos Business School Management Scholar Academy (MSA), David Ehira has landed an impressive role as a Software Developer at a global technology firm, Arm Technology.
Nigeria’s Finance Minister, Zainab Ahmed, highlighted the Federal Government’s strategic priority areas at the second Lagos Business School Breakfast Club event held in Abuja
Foremost entrepreneur and alumna of Lagos Business School’s flagship programme, the Chief Executive Programme (CEP), Mrs Ibukun Awosika was named Distinguished Alumni 2019.
Professor Ajai provided a comparative review of China’s education system, which is the largest in the world.
Faculty in Economics at Lagos Business School (LBS), Dr Doyin Salami has been appointed to chair the Federal Government’s Economic Advisory Council.
The Roundtable saw a gathering of representatives of government agencies, multinationals, academics and other stakeholders in sustainability.
Udo Okonjo, an alumna of the Owner-Manager Programme (OMP2) of Lagos Business School (LBS), has been appointed as a Non-Executive Director at Chemical and Allied Products (CAP) Plc.
On Monday, September 2, 2019, Lagos Business School (LBS) welcomed nearly 40 young, enthusiastic men and women into its Full-Time MBA 18.
This year’s edition of the YTP attracted over 1000 applications, a significant increase on the 250 applications that were received last year.
An alumnus of Lagos Business School (LBS), Adewale Adeyipo has been confirmed to take the lead as Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer at leading Pan-African Information Communications Technology, Computer Warehouse Group (CWG) Plc.