LBS MBA programmes maintain Tier One status on CEO Magazine global ranking

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LBS MBA programmes maintain Tier One status on CEO Magazine global ranking

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 released by CEO Magazine.

CEO Magazine ranks business schools based on criteria such as quality of faculty, accreditation, international diversity and exposure, professional development, gender parity, among others. It has been profiling MBA, Executive MBA and Online MBA programmes in top business schools across the globe since 2012.

For the 2020 ranking, the magazine reached out to 161 schools across 27 countries in North America, Europe, Africa, Australia and New Zealand, representing the highest number of schools that have participated till date.

Speaking on the ranking, MBA Director, Uchenna Uzo said, “That our Full-Time and Executive MBA programmes have been ranked in the Tier One category of the CEO Magazine Global ranking for three consecutive years is a tremendous feat that attests to the excellent quality of these programmes”.

“The top criteria for this year’s ranking was Quality of Faculty and we are confident that at Lagos Business School, we have a well-rounded faculty with industry experience and rich academic background who are committed to leaving each participant with a meaningful experience.”

LBS has also featured on the Financial Times Executive Education ranking for 13 consecutive years and its Open Enrolment Executive Education was ranked as the second best in Africa.

 

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