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ULBS graduates urged to become game changers for nation’s progress

Professor Mike Adebamowo, Executive Director of the University of Lagos Business School (ULBS), has called on graduating participants to be game changers, not only within their organisations but also for the betterment of the entire nation.

Adebamowo delivered this charge during the 3rd graduation reception for the class of 2023 EMBA participants held on Saturday in Lagos. He emphasised that the participants had been equipped with the knowledge and skills necessary to positively impact not only their organisations but the nation as a whole.

He proudly announced that 18 out of the 65 graduating participants achieved distinction, with the remaining participants inducted into the pass category. Among the distinctions, seven were from the EMBA (weekend) 2022/2023 set, and for the EMBA (online) 2022/2023, seven made distinctions as well.

Adebamowo highlighted the significance of ULBS, stating, “In August 2020, the ULBS was admitted into the membership of the Business Graduates Association, London. The ULBS was the first business school in the country to be admitted into the membership on May 12, 2021.” He emphasised that ULBS is recognised by the Association of African Business Schools, among other accolades.


In her remarks, Prof. Folasade Ogunsola, the Vice-Chancellor of the university, urged the graduates to represent the UNILAG brand positively. She expressed confidence that the skills acquired by the graduates would enable them to navigate challenges in the country successfully.

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