Lagos Business School joins the Fairwork NetworkRead more
Lagos Business School partners with the Bank of Industry to establish the Entrepreneurship Innovation Centre for entrepreneurship training across Nigeria.Read more
Lagos Business School, Semicolon Africa and Henley Business School partner to drive British Council funded ‘Nexus Project’Read more
Gran Melia Hotel, Guinness Nigeria, Toyota Nig., TVAnywhere Africa sponsor LBS MBA Inter-Cohort Team Bonding.Read more
Nestle, Slot, GB Foods and Smoov Chapman sponsor LBS MBA Inter-Cohort Team Bonding.Read more
Lagos Business School joins the Fairwork Network
Lagos Business School (LBS) has joined the Fairwork network, the global foundation dedicated to promoting equity and fairness in the emerging platform economy, also known as the gig economy. Prof. Olayinka David-West, Kemi Ogunyemi and other members of the LBS community will implement the Fairwork project over the next two years.
Lagos Business School partners with the Bank of Industry to establish the Entrepreneurship Innovation Centre for entrepreneurship training across Nigeria.
The Entrepreneurship Innovation Centre (EIC), is a collaborative initiative of the Bank of Industry and Lagos Business School (LBS), established to provide extensive training and support to transform emerging entrepreneurs into successful and sustainable impact-driven business leaders, who will create jobs and transform society.
Lagos Business School, Semicolon Africa and Henley Business School partner to drive British Council funded ‘Nexus Project’
…Project set to transform African youths to sustainable job creators. In line with the commitment of Lagos Business School (LBS) to develop responsible entrepreneurs and promote business sustainability, the institution has partnered with Semicolon Africa and Henley Business School on the Nexus Project, funded by the British Council.
Gran Melia Hotel, Guinness Nigeria, Toyota Nig., TVAnywhere Africa sponsor LBS MBA Inter-Cohort Team Bonding.
Another exciting evening at the 2nd MBA Inter-cohort team bonding event held on Saturday, March 19, 2022. Participants on the Modular MBA (MMBA) and Modular Executive MBA (MEMBA) programme got to relax, network and unwind in a serene environment.
The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) grants re-accreditation to Lagos Business School (LBS)
The leading global accreditation body, the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) has extended the accreditation of all business degree programmes of Lagos Business School (LBS). This re-accreditation which is valid for five years, reaffirms LBS premier status being the only business school in Nigeria and one of eight in Africa to be accredited by AACSB.
LBS at 30: Interview with Prof. Chris Ogbechie, Dean at Lagos Business School
BusinessDay NG interviewed Professor Chris Ogbechie about Lagos Business School’s 30-year legacy. In the interview, our Dean, Professor Ogbechie discusses our school’s challenges and triumphs, as well as plans for the future. He also discusses our commitment to innovation, ability to adapt to changing times, and the relevance of our programmes in serving the needs of the Nigerian and African markets.
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.