By Hannah Nathan, Warri.
The National University Commission (NUC) has authorized the London Academy of Business School to conduct business in Nigeria in association with the University of Sunderland in the United Kingdom.
Dr Derek Watson, an associate professor in the London Academy of Business School’s Faculty of Business Law, made this declaration during a Wednesday discussion with Chris Maiyaki, the NUC’s acting executive secretary.
Watson praised the meeting’s high level of productivity and emphasized the University of Sunderland’s considerable 30 years of industry experience.
According to Nairametrics, the Public Service Institute of Nigeria in Abuja will begin its first academic session in January 2024.
He highlighted that Nigerian students would be subjected to the same high academic standards as their counterparts in the UK and gave his word that LAB would follow all environmental laws and directives from the NUC.
The institute’s environment, according to Obatayinbo, is superior to that of the University of Sunderland in the UK. He also stressed the institute’s goal of improving public and civil officials’ capabilities.
What he said
Dr. Watson speaking on this movie,
“We launched the market as the first UK university. We have decided today that it is crucial to follow the compliance requirements.
Additionally, we would seek trustworthy academics from LABs who are certified professors and active consultants to conduct our programs. The pupil will have an identical learning experience to those who study in England, he claimed.
Dr Larry Jones-Esan, the President/Director of Studies at the London Academy of Business School, LABS, also spoke and stated that the purpose of the visit was to obtain the operational license necessary to open an establishment in Nigeria and to address the Robles of inadequate enrollment space in Nigerian universities.