Online mba in Nigeria

Top Ranked MBA Programs in Nigeria

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In 2019, Nigeria is experiencing an economic resurgence, today Nigeria is considered as a land of opportunities with one of its biggest strengths being its Human Capital. GDP in Nigeria is expected to be 500.00 USD Billion by the end of this quarter, according to Trading Economics global macro models and analysts’ expectations. Further as per the analysts’ expectations, the GDP of Nigeria is projected to trend around 650.00 USD Billion in 2020.

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Nigeria’s young and educated graduates are highly motivated and driven to bring about a drastic change to the infrastructure and  economic growth. The GMAC Survey 2018 shows that Africa has the highest percentage of candidates who are aiming to be entrepreneurs. Ronald Sibert, GMAC’s market development director for Africa says, “Business schools value diversity in the classroom and Nigerians are the largest and most mobile segment of the African population, making them more likely to pursue business school opportunities”.

Percentage of Candidates who plan to be Entrepreneurs,
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The demand for Accredited MBA degree, facilitated through Online MBA, has been on the rise recently as professionals and working executives do not want to compromise their work for studies, hence traveling abroad for MBA is not always a feasible option. Online MBA from a reputed university has proved to be a bridging gap. Professionals with MBA’s are highly sort after by the Private companies and Government Establishments in Nigeria. Hence, an Online MBA program fits the future of higher education around the world. As per the GMAC survey report of 2018, UK MBA has a much higher demand as compared to MBA’s from other countries. The primary motivation factor for a UK MBA is the holistic business studies exposure associated with it. The employability of a UK MBA graduate is also higher in the African region. GMAC reports says that Nigerians consider an MBA as an investment and a stepping stone to career shifts or growth. 50% of Nigerians are looking to move into a Job with international travel through an MBA and 43 % of Nigerians are aiming to managers.

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The online MBA at Westford is designed keeping in mind the demands of the corporate world and the expectations of the individual’s career growth. The One Year MBA in Nigeria comprises of assignments, presentations, networking, peer to peer learning and much more. Westford Online MBA provides the same level of exposure and experience as a traditional MBA but without the associated costs and with much higher returns. Westford MBA’s are offered with specialization in Supply Chain, Shipping & Logistics Management, Health Care Management, HR & Psychology, Sales & Marketing, International Business Management, Financial Management and in Information Technology.

A GMAC report says that Nigerians consider MBA as an investment and a stepping stone to career growth with 50% of Nigerians are looking to move into a Job with international travel through an MBA and 43 % of Nigerians are aiming to managers.

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