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Here at UBIS MBA the journey to business leadership and influence begins. A Transformative experience that is orchestrated to make students become better leaders.
We are offering a special recipe in business education to help prepare exceptional talents for senior leadership in Nigeria.
Our Transnational approach provides students with a convenient learning process/experience across international borders.
What sets us apart
Prof. Manny C. Aniebonam
Professor Manny C. Aniebonam has more than 27 years of experience in information technologies and technical training, having served in senior positions with major US companies and nationally recognized universities. He is currently the President/CEO of AfriHUB Nigeria Ltd.
A Doctoral Degree holder in Computer Science and Systems Engineering, he is the Founder and President of the Nigerian IT Professionals in the Americas (NITPA) and board member of several ICT companies. Prior professional affiliations include The George Washington University, where he was a Professor of Information Systems and Computer Science; Howard University, Washington DC, Mobil Oil Corporation and the World Bank. He has several refereed publications and books to his credit. He is currently the global partner, Abuja Study Center (AfriHUB-Global Distance Learning Institute , CBD, Abuja)
Professor Dr. C. Rodrigo SAEZ MUNOZ
Dr. C. Rodrigo Sáez Muñoz holds a Ph.D. in International Studies: Specialization in International History and Politics (thesis defense: summa cum laude) from the Graduate Institute of International Studies and Development -Geneva where he held multiple year Pierre Du Bois Scholarships. He also has a Master of Arts in International Relations (with Merit) from the University of Kent-Canterbury (U.K.) and a Bachelor of Arts in History from the State University of New York (U.S.A.).
Dr. Sáez Muñoz has many years of experience in the private sector, principally in the television industry (production and distribution) including more than a decade as producer and three years as General Manager. As producer, he established contact with diplomatic and cultural representatives of select countries to obtain financial and political support for filming projects. He also led four international production teams that travelled around the world filming segments for a documentary news magazine. As General Manager, he oversaw day-to-day operations (personnel, contracts and finances) and represented company interests with leading international production companies (A&E Networks, National Geographic).
He is currently a Research Associate of the Pierre Du Bois Foundation and is co-editor of the annual academic magazine of the Swiss Society of Americanists, which focuses this year on Chile. His main interests are in best practices, sustainable development, conflict resolution and conservation of natural resources (he has written on water rights and water resource management, and development of non-conventional renewable energy sources) and has related these issues to history, international politics & accords, and human rights.
Dr. Joseph Oluwole Akinwumi
Dr. Joseph Oluwole Akinwumi is a seasoned economist with experience both in public and private sectors. With a vast knowledge in cost, social and statistical analysis. He studied at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow Scotland, where he had a Ph. D in Development Studies. He was a senior lecturer at the University of Suffolk, Bury St, Edmunds campus, Suffolk UK. Where he taught International Economics, Statistics, Business analysis, Business Decision making, micro and Macroeconomics. He was a consultant to British council and European Union and has handed many projects. Presently, he is a lecturer at the University of Business and International Studies (UBIS).
Dr. Emmanuel Ikechukwu Orakwue
Dr. Emmanuel Ikechukwu Orakwue has a Post Graduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) from the University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield UK. He also has a Ph. D in Retail Banking from London South Bank University, London, UK. He has taught in the UK for years before returning to Nigeria. He is proficient in Corporate Planning and Strategic Development, policy decision making, monitoring and evaluation, research methods and economic development. Dr. Orakwue was a Director of Academic programs at Abuja Graduate School, Abuja. He worked at the National Open University as an academic work supervisor. Presently, Dr. Orakwue is a senior lecturer in Global Distance Learning Institute (GDLI) Abuja. He has some referred conference papers and publication to his accomplishment.
Dr. Dickson Azubike Okolo
Dr. Dickson Azubike Okolo is a Ph.D holder of Agric. Economics from Federal University of Technology, Owerri. He is a fellow of the Institute Corporate Administration, Fellow of Institute of Chartered Economics and also a member of Nigeria Institute of Management. He has served in several establishments and held various positions. Dr. Okolo has attended both local/overseas courses and workshops such as :
• Short Training Course on Co-operative Credit Management, organised by Co-operative University College of Kenya (CUCK), at Lake Naivasha Panorama Resort, Kenya, from 7-11 September, 2015
• Study Tour to Moshav and Kibbutz Co-operatives, Tel Aviv, Israel from 6-9 July, 2015.
• Ministerial Co-operative Technical Committee (MCTC) on Co-operative Data Organization and Management Workshop, held in Cresta Lodge, Harare, Zimbabawe from 7th – 13th June 2015.
Dr. Okolo has numerous research works and Journals to his success.
Admission Requirements for the MBA Programme:
(i) have at least an honours degree, four year bachelors degree, HND (with work experience) or post graduate diploma.
(ii) have a minimum of three years full-time relevant practical business and/or organisational experience.
(iii) be proficient in English; and
(iv) have obtained a pass in Mathematics at the level of Matric or equivalent, in the School Leavers assessment. (This can be waived based on an admission test score).
All applicants are required to write an admissions test to assess literacy and numeracy and must submit test results with their MBA application. Under exceptional circumstances, candidates who do not meet the above criteria may be considered for acceptance on the basis of their "prior learning" or life experiences.