Ibadan Business School, an institution that would serve as a reference point in Nigeria has been unveiled. In a chat with newsmen, The registrar of the school, Chief Mojisola Ladipo, said the school commence operations in January 2014.
She said the school would run three schools which are on Project Management, Business Management as well as General Management. She added that operations would commence with an e-learning system for all programmes for four weeks and a three-day face-to-face intensive training.
Earlier, the former Head of Service of the federation and Chairman, board of Ibadan Business School (IBS), Professor Oladapo Afolabi, said the school will build business education capacity of key stakeholders in developing countries.
“Ibadan Business School is going to serve as a reference point in Nigeria. It aims to build business education capacity of key stakeholders in developing countries to aid their successful transition to development through incorporation of online and mobile delivery convention formats which has been identified to shape the future,” he said.