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Executive Education

World Bank/Ibadan Business School Executive Education

School of Development Management in Partnership with the World Bank

Ibadan Business School\'s Executive Certificate Programmes (ECP) are carefully selected programmes with rich contents designed to run on a highly intensive face-to-face classroom platform.

Available Programmes:

1.Procurement Management Programme (PRMP)
2.
Monitoring and Evaluation Management Programme (MEMP)
3.
Project Management Programme (PMP)
4.
Governance and Leadership Management Programme (GLP)
5.Financial Management Programme (FMP)

Each of the Executive Certificate Programmes apart from Governance and Leadership Management & Financial Management runs on 6 Certificate Levels, while the remaining runs on 3 certificate Levels


Each level of study runs for two-weeks. For participants who wish to start with the intermediate or advanced class, their knowledge of the Basics of the chosen programme will be assessed prior to admission. The following are the available:

i. Basic I - Module One
ii. Basic II - Module Two
iii. Intermediate I - Module Three
iv. Intermediate II - Module Four
v. Advanced I - Module Five
vi. Advanced II - Module Six


Program Fees: N200,000.00 per Certificate Level

TARGET AUDIENCE:
World Bank/ADB/UNDP/ Multilateral Assisted Project Team Members; Public Servants in Federal, States, & LGAs, MDAs; Executive in Organized Private Sector, and Interested Individual Members of the Public.


IBS Certificate are issued upon completion of each module,

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