Lagos Business School emerges as the only African business school on 2020 Economist ranking
Lagos Business School (LBS) has become the only business school in Africa to be featured on The EconRead more
Lagos Business School Dean, Enase Okonedo appointed to UN PRME Board
Lagos Business School Dean, Professor Enase Okonedo has been appointed to the Board of the PrincipleRead more
Lagos Business School appoints Deputy Dean
Africa’s leading graduate business school, Lagos Business School, has appointed Professor of StrategRead more
Lagos Business School joins Cambridge University’s global COVID-19 FinTech initiative
The Sustainable and Inclusion Digital Financial Services (SIDFS) of Lagos Business School has been cRead more
Financial Times Ranks Lagos Business School as Best Custom Executive Education Provider in Africa
Lagos Business School’s Custom Executive Education has been ranked number one in Africa and among thRead more
Lagos Business School retains its place among elite MBA providers with AMBA re-accreditation
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.
Nestlé Nigeria, Lagos Business School Sustainability Centre, Partner to Advance Nutrition, Health and Wellness (NHW) in Media Reportage in Nigeria
Nestlé Nigeria and the Lagos Business School Sustainability Centre collaborated to host a 4-day workshop to advance the understanding and inclusion of sustainable development concerns in media coverage.
Lagos Business School partners top global business schools for Global CEO Program – Africa
The Global CEO programme for Africa which began on Monday, February 3, 2019, is the product of a partnership between Lagos Business School (LBS), Strathmore Business School, Kenya, and IESE Business School, Spain
Lagos Business School Ranked Among Financial Times Top Global Business Schools for 12th Consecutive Year
LBS now holds the second position in custom executive education and third position in open enrolment executive education providers in Africa. LBS is the only African institution outside South Africa to make it to FT’s list.