Prospective students of Lagos Business School’s Modular and Executive MBA programmes have the option of writing the School’s entrance exams or the official GMAT to qualify for admission, just as finance options will be made available to successful applicants who are inclined.
The finance option is in line with LBS’ efforts to make school fee payment as flexible as possible, creating a level playing field for the public interested in the LBS MBA programme.
MBA Director, Dr Uchenna Uzo, observed that payment of Executive MBA fees had been a major setback for a number of executives who wish to study management courses at LBS. “Fees can be paid in six installments spread across the 24-month duration of the Programme, he disclosed, adding that the finance option would go a long way in helping prospective participants achieve their dream of having a prestigious MBA degree.
Meanwhile, applications are currently open for the September 2015 Modular Executive MBA and January 2016 Executive MBA sessions.
“Early applications will be eligible for GMAT fee waivers,” disclosed Segun Abodunrin, Marketing Manager, MBA programmes. “Application forms can be filled on the LBS website.”
Interested participants can also subscribe to the priority application service where the process can be completed under an hour. This service is free and operates on a ‘first-come, first-served’ basis.