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  • Lagos Business School maintains Financial Times Ranking as Top Business School

    Lagos Business School has once again been ranked as a top global school by the Financial Times (FT).  This is LBS’ eleventh consecutive appearance in the annual ranking of top business and management education providers in the world done by FT.

    According to the FT’s Executive Education 2017 ranking published today in London, LBS is ranked among the most prestigious business schools globally in two categories: open enrollment and customs executive education. The Lagos Business School is one of only four schools in Africa that made the prestigious list.

    Dean of LBS, Dr Enase Okonedo in her remarks, reiterated the commitment of the School to providing global standard business and management education. “The FT ranking is further recognition of our continuous efforts at providing world class business and management education with local relevance to Nigeria and Africa. Our business school’s determination for excellence has also recently been recognized by our accreditation by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) and the association of MBA’s (AMBA).”

    Dr. Okonedo also added that as part of plans to extend the benefit of LBS education to other Africans, the school had been admitting more non-Nigerian nationals to its programmes, and would also be extending its executive education to other African countries.

    The Financial Times of London publishes annually a list of the best management programmes from business schools around the world, based on the quality of learning, staff and student diversity, growth in business and international reach.

    Other schools that made this year’s ranking apart from Lagos Business School are the Harvard Business School, USA, the IESE Business School, Spain, and IMD in Switzerland. Others in Africa include the Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS), USB Executive Development and Graduate School of Business, all in South Africa.


  • PAU Students Wins West African Award

    News has reached us from ICAN that a Pan Atlantic University (PAU) student (Miss Chukwuyemisi Isichei – year two Accounting student) won the overall 2nd best student in the ICAN-ATSWA stage 1 examination held in March 2017. The student also won the 1st overall best result in Communication Skills. This exam is conducted for the entire West Africa.

    Furthermore, out of the 17 PAU students presented for the exam, 16 students passed all the four papers at first attempt.

  • LBS Hosts Google 2017 Women Techmakers Summit

    Lagos Business School hosted the 2017 Women Techmakers Summit on Saturday, April 8, 2017. This global event which has been held across 52 countries worldwide, is organised by Google in honour of The International Women’s Day to drive visibility, community and resources for women in Technology.

    The theme of the event “Tell your Story” allowed women who have excelled in their various careers and businesses share the stories of their journey to success. In her keynote address, Juliet Ehimuan-Chiazor, Country Manager, Google, encouraged young ladies present, to work hard and believe in themselves. “If you want to be taken seriously you need to be able to do the work. You can be your best champion. It is not about the result, it is the process. Every situation presents an opportunity to grow, it may not be palatable but it is necessary” she said.

    In a plenary session, the Dean of Lagos Business School, Dr Enase Okonedo, acknowledged that the scope of business has changed as women are now more actively involved in business activities. She highlighted in her response to the prominence of women in business that, “Africa has a lot of entrepreneurs, I am happy to say that 40% of entrepreneurs in Africa are women. I am proud to say we have about 45% women currently enrolled on our full time MBA programme. These women are desirous of using their business degree to go on and help other businesses grow”.

    Other notable speakers present at the event included: Kemi Adetiba; Mich Atagana, Head Communications and Public Affairs, Google; Ommo Clark, CEO, iBez; Adia Sowho, Director, Etisalat; Afua Osei, Founder, She Leads Africa; Chika Uwazie, CEO, Talentbase; Ire Aderinokun, Technical Lead, Big Cabal Media (Google Developer Expert) and Teju Ajani, Google.

  • Director of ‘The Wedding Party’ Teaches PAU Students

    Kemi Adetiba, a Nigerian music video director, filmmaker, and television director, taught the 300L Mass Communication students script writing on the 7th of February. Adetiba talked about directing, producing and script writing, and her directing role in “The Wedding Party”.

    She told the 300 level undergraduates that “One of the greatest skills a filmmaker can have is being able to convey a message without people talking”. She also said that “When building a story, it is more interesting to show the good and bad sides to a particular character”. It was an interesting and educative session for the students.

    Prior to her transition to being a film director, Kemi started out professionally as a radio presenter with Rhythm 93.7 FM, where she became the voice behind two nationally syndicated hit shows: Soul’d Out and Sunday at the Seaside. She then transited to being a face on television by producing and presenting several shows on Mnet. Kemi was also a presenter on Soundcity TV and hosted Maltina Dance All for three consecutive seasons.

  • 3rd Matriculation Ceremony of PAU Takes Place

    The 3rd Matriculation ceremony of Pan-Atlantic University  took place on Saturday January 21, 2017, at the Honeywell Group auditorium, of the Lekki campus. 185 students matriculated to pursue a Bachelor’s degree in Mass Communication, Information Science and Media Studies, Accounting, Business Administration and Economics.

    The Vice Chancellor, Prof Juan Elegido, who was unavoidably absent, was represented by the Dean of the School of Management and Social Sciences (SMSS), Prof Chantel Epie. Speaking on behalf of the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Chantal Epie acknowledged the commitment of the University to establishing world class education in Nigeria and Africa. She also elaborated on the University’s collaboration with industry leaders, professional bodies and relevant stakeholders to develop the school’s curriculum.