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Study a Master in Lagos (Business in Nigeria)

Foreign Trade and Business in Lagos (Nigeria, Port)

Study in Lagos (Nigeria), the fifth largest African economy, Ikeja, Epe. Masters and Doctorates in Global Trade.

Lagos is the capital of the Lagos State, in the North of Nigeria (West Africa)

  1. Population of Lagos: 12 million Lagosian
    1. Population of the Lagos agglomeration: 21 million Lagosian (the largest Nigerian city, ahead Cairo and Kinshasa)
  2. Lagos is the Nigerian main commercial, industrial and cultural centre
  3. Lagos generates 10% of the Nigerian GDP
  4. Lagos Island neighbourhood is the business centre of Lagos
  5. Eko Atlantic City (Artificial island)
  6. The headquarters of the main Nigerian institutions and companies are in Lagos
  7. Lagos is the main centre of information and communication technologies in West Africa
  8. Major oil industry (20% of the Nigerian GDP)
  9. Lagos is one of the most expensive cities in the world

Study a Master / Doctorate in International Trade & Business at EENI Global Business School

Study in Nigeria: Doctorates, Masters, Business Nigerian Students (Lagos)

Enrol, study online and receive your European Diploma (Courses, Masters and Doctorates in International Business) from Lagos (Nigeria)

  1. Masters: Business in Africa, Transport in Africa, Foreign Trade, International Business, Export Back Office
  2. Doctorates: African Business, World Trade, Global Logistics

Nigerian Students (Lagos) Nigeria (Master, Doctorate)

Masters and Doctorates in International Business adapted to the Nigerian Students

More information: Business in Nigeria, at EENI Website.

Nigerian Ports (Lagos, Apapa, Port Harcourt, Onne, Rivers Port, Tin Can Island). Maritime Transportation Course


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  1. State: Lagos
  2. Lagos was the former Nigerian capital (since 1991, the capital of Nigeria is Abuja)
  3. Main religions in Lagos: Christianity (75% of Lagosian, Archbishop of the Catholic Church), Islam (15%) and the African Traditional Religions.
  4. Mayor ethnic group of Lagos: Yoruba

Study in Nigeria (Master, Doctorate, Business)

  1. Problems of air pollution and crime
  2. 15th Century: arrival of the Portuguese
  3. 16th Century: conquest of Lagos by the Kingdom of Benin
  4. Important Slave Trade centre
  5. 1861: British protectorate of Southern Nigeria (1914)

The Port of Lagos (Nigerian Ports Authority) is one of the largest African ports

  1. Port of Lagos
  2. Port of Apapa (Container terminal)
  3. Port of Tin Can

Distances from Lagos to:

  1. Abuja: 128 kilometres
  2. Ibadan: 128 kilometres (Lagos-Ibadan Road)
  3. Kaduna: 209 kilometres (Lagos-Abuja-Kaduna-Kano Railway)
  4. Kano: 442 kilometres
  5. Maiduguri: 1,722 kilometres
  6. Port Harcourt: 617 kilometres

Corridor Lagos, Lomé (Master Logistics)

  1. Lagos-Abeokuta Highway
  2. Corridor: Abidjan (Ivory Coast), Accra (Ghana), Lagos (Nigeria)
  3. Lagos is an important centre of Nigerian international trade
  4. Murtala Muhammed International Airport (50% of the Nigerian Air traffic)

Dakar-Lagos Corridor

Hajia Bola Shagaya (Nigerian Businesswoman)

Hajia Bola Shagaya Nigerian Businesswoman (Master Course)

Lagos State (Nigeria)

The Lagos State is the most economically important state and the largest urban area in Nigeria. It is an important financial centre and would be the fifth largest African Economy, if Lagos were a country.

  1. Capital of the Lagos State (South-West of Nigeria): Ikeja
  2. Population of the Lagos State: 9 million inhabitants
  3. Area of the Lagos State: 3,345 square kilometres
  4. Contiguous state: Ogun State.
  5. Border of the Lagos State with the Republic of Benin
  6. Main cities of the Lagos State:
    1. Ikeja
    2. Lekki
    3. Ikorodu
    4. Eko Atlantic
    5. Badagry
    6. Epe
    7. Ojo

Adewale Tinubu (Nigerian Businessman)

Adewale Tinubu Nigerian Businessman (Master Course)

Higher Education in Lagos (Nigeria)

  1. University of Lagos
  2. University of Lagos State
  3. Pan-Atlantic University
  4. National Open University of Nigeria
  5. University of Caleb

Olufemi Otedola (Nigerian Businessman, Lagos)

Olufemi Otedola Nigerian Businessman (Master Course)

Tunde Folawiyo (Nigerian Businessman)

Tunde Folawiyo Nigerian Businessman (Master Course)

Wole Soyinka (Nobel Prize in Literature)

Wole Soyinka (Nobel Prize in Literature)

Folorunsho Alakija (businesswoman, Ikorudu, Lagos)

Folorunsho Alakija Nigerian Businesswoman (Master Course)

Tara Fela-Durotoye (businesswoman)

Tara Fela-Durotoye Nigerian Business woman

Adenike Ogunlesi (businesswoman)

Adenike Ogunlesi (Nigerian Businesswoman)

Folake Folarin-Coker (businesswoman)

Folake Folarin-Coker Nigerian Businesswoman (Master Course)

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