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Ibadan Business School RC: 972642; a Business Education Institution set up to primarily address the capacity needs of Public Governance Business, Private Sectors such as Micro, Small and Medium Scale Enterprises and individual members of the populace.

The school is also licensed by the Nigerian Council for Management Development (NCMD) – the statutory body saddled with the responsibility of regulating the standards of Training and Development Institutions in Nigeria. Given the advancement of technology for development across the globe, our Programmes are electronic-based(e-learning) including the use of mobile technology (smart phones).Ibadan Business School offers the convenience of acquiring the necessary skills, appropriate knowledge and right attitude required to move you and your organization far ahead of others.
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Who We Are

badan Business School is poised to provide a customised response to Developing Nation’s socio-economic development challenges through its need-driven, tailor-made, unique, and context based solution programmes. The School prides itself as the only Business Education Institution in Nigeria that focuses its training programmes primarily on the two most important sectors of developing Economies – the Public Sector and the Micro, Small, and Medium enterprises (MSMEs). The organised private sector is known to be the key driver of buoyant economies, wealth and job creation in developed nations of the Western parts of the world while the public sector is at the drivers’ seat in most developing countries and since the ultimate goal of every nation is to be the leading economy in the world, it has become imperative to address the capacity needs of all stakeholders in the economy which are Public Sector, Private Sector and the individuals. It is however unfortunate that the capacity needs of Public Governance Business which is the major driver of economies in developing nations especially in Nigeria and other Sub-Saharan Countries have not enjoyed the deserved priority. The capacity development interest of the Private Sector seems to be the priority of many business education institutions even in developing countries where the business training needs of the Public Sector ought to be given utmost priority in order to facilitate a rapid transition from a developing status to a developed country. It is in meeting this need