EENI Global Business School
Online Bachelor of Science in Inter-African Business

Bachelor of Science in Inter-African Business (e-learning, 180 ECTS, three years, Courses, Masters, Doctorates in International Business in English)

Introduction to the Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Inter-African Business taught by EENI Global Business School.

According to the UNICEF, “The future of mankind is becoming more African”, in 25 years, 25% of the world's population will be African (1 billion Nigerians in 2,100). All the Africans should be able to benefit from this African demographic dividend.

The African political leaders, through the African Union (Agenda 2063: “The Future We Want for Africa”), firmly believe in the creation of a African Common Market, the African Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) composed of 54 Africans countries (1 billion people, a combined GDP of 1.2 trillion dollars).

The New Partnership for Africa's Development (NEPAD), Economic Commission for Africa (ECA), African Development Bank (AFDB) and African Regional Economic Communities (RECs) are the pillars of the African Common Market.

However, Africa needs significant investments (mainly in infrastructure) and deep reforms (African customs, financial systems, economic governance, etc.) to achieve the African Integration an increase the intra-African trade from the current 10% to 25% (African Union's objective).

African Student, Master / Doctorate International Business

  1. Duration: three years
  2. Registration fees: EUR 100
  3. Tuition fees: EUR 1,000 per year (Pricing Policy, Financing)
  4. Credits: 180 ECTS (European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System)

Worldwide companies and organisations need to be able to hire scholars in Africa who can do business in the 54 African countries.

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Language of the Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Inter-African Business

The Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Inter-African Business taught by EENI Global Business School is in Courses, Masters, Doctorates in International Business in English (or Study an Online Bachelor of Science in French Bachelor of Science en affaires interafricaines Masters Foreign Trade in Portuguese Bachelor of Science em Negócios Interafricanos Study eLearning Bachelor of Science in Spanish Bachelor of Science en negocios interafricanos), all official languages of the African Union. The student has access to materials in these languages.

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Objectives of the Bachelor of Science in Inter-African Business

The Bachelor of Science in Inter-African Business taught by EENI Global Business School is designed to provide the student with a comprehensive and practical vision of all the issues related to the inter-African business:

  1. Economic institutions that lead the Economic Transformation of Africa
  2. African socio-economic transformation
  3. Business opportunities in the fifty-four African markets
  4. Business in five African economic areas: West Africa, East Africa, Central Africa, Southern Africa and the Maghreb
  5. African regional integration and Regional Economic Communities
  6. Logistics in Africa
  7. International Relations of Africa with the European Union, India, China, the BRICS, the United States, Turkey, South Korea, Japan, Arab countries... to know how to benefit from trade agreements with these countries
  8. Globalisation and international organisations
  9. Key concepts related to the international trade

The Bachelor of Science in Inter-African Business is intended for students who wish to specialise in all the aspects of inter-African affairs.

The Bachelor of Science in Inter-African Business is conceived taking into account the African Student Profiles and also African Diaspora. However, it is also open to any non-African student who wants to specialise in business in Africa.

Take advantage of employment opportunities that the African market offers and participate in its development and African economic integration.

Our commitment and experience in Africa

For the conception of the Bachelor of Science in inter-African Business, EENI Global Business School has adopted the vision of the African Union “The future we want for Africa”, our experience of more than 15 years in Africa and our students opinions from the 54 African countries, the African teachers and partners.

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Structure of the Bachelor of Science in Inter-African Business

Subjects of the Bachelor ECTS CECT
First year (60 ECTS)
   First semester  
African Institutions (Bachelor of Science, Africa, 1-1)
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1- Globalisation and International Organisations

World Trade Organisation (WTO), World Bank, International Monetary Fund (IMF), United Nations...
2- African Economic Areas (map)

West Africa, Central Africa, Southern Africa, East Africa and the Maghreb.
3- Key concepts related to foreign trade 2
4- African Civilisation

Economic history of Africa,
Transatlantic Slave Trade, colonisation and independence. African population...
5- Institutions Leading the African Transformation (structure)

African Union (UA), New Partnership for Africa's Development (NEPAD), Economic Commission for Africa, African Development Bank...
6- Economic Transformation of Africa (structure)

African Green Growth Initiative, African Mining Regime, African Industrial Sector, African Industrial Policy, African Agricultural Sector. Investment, transformation and African development.
  Second semester  
African Economy (Bachelor of Science Africa, 1-2)
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7- Techniques of International Trade

Incoterms® 2020, Customs and foreign trade. Documentary credit and payment methods.
8- African Business and Economy (structure)

State of the African Economy, African women as one of the pillars of the African Economy, economic governance in Africa, African frontier markets, Africa: the next emerging continent...
9- International Transport and Logistics (structure)

International transport chain, maritime transport, air, highway, railway and multimodal, documents, costs and insurance of the International Transport, export packaging...
10- African Transport Corridors. African Ports (structure)

Transport and Logistics in Africa, Programme for Infrastructure Development in Africa, maritime transport in Africa, African ports, transport corridors in Africa, ICT, Trade and African regional integration, African value chains...
Second year (60 ECTS)
Third semester  
West African Countries (Bachelor of Science Africa, 2-3)
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11- Western Africa Economic Integration (structure) (integration)

Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), West African Monetary Zone (WAMZ), Economic and Monetary Union of West Africa (WAEMU), Mano River Union...
12- Business in the West African Countries I

Benin, Burkina Faso, Cape Verde, Ivory Coast, the Gambia, Ghana, Guinea-Bissau, Guinea, Liberia, Mali,
13- Business in the West African Countries II

Nigeria, Senegal, Sierra Leone, and Togo. Nigerian businessmen
14- African Regional Organisations and Economic Integration

Community of Sahel-Saharan States (CEN-SAD), Organisation for the Harmonisation of Business Law in Africa (OHADA), Southern African Development Community (SADC), East African Community (EAC), Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA), Tripartite Agreement
Fourth semester
Southern Africa (Bachelor of Science Africa, 2-4)
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15- Business in Southern Africa (structure) (integration)

South Africa, Botswana, Lesotho, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Namibia, and Swaziland. Southern African Customs Union (SACU)
16- Central African Economic Integration. Business in the Central African Countries I (structure) (integration)

CEMAC (Central African Economic and Monetary Community), ECCAS (Economic Community of Central African States). Angola, Burundi, Cameroon, the Republic of the Congo and Gabon.
17- Business in the Central African Countries II

The Central African Republic, Chad, Equatorial Guinea, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Rwanda and
São Tomé
18- Eastern Africa Economic Integration (structure) (integration)

Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD), COMESA, EAC, International Conference on the Great Lakes Region, Nile Basin Initiative, Indian Ocean Commission...
19- Business in Egypt

 Egyptian Economy and Foreign Trade, Egyptian entrepreneurs
Third year (60 ECTS)
Fifth semester  
East African Countries (Bachelor of Science Africa, 2-5)
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20- Business in the East African Countries I (structure)

Comoros, Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Mauritius and Kenya
21- Business in the East African Countries II

Madagascar, Malawi, Mozambique, Uganda and the Seychelles
22- Business in the East African Countries III

Somalia, Sudan, South Sudan and Tanzania
23- International Relations of Africa I (structure)

African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA, the United States), Sino-African Cooperation (FOCAC), Africa-India Cooperation, Africa-EU Strategic Partnership
Sixth semester  
International Relations of Africa (Bachelor of Science Africa, 2-6)
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24- International Relations of Africa II

Afro-Arab Cooperation, Africa-Turkey Association, Africa and the BRICS Countries (Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa)...
25- Optional 1: the student must choose one of the following modules

a) African Regional Integration: towards the African Continental Free-Trade Area (AfCFTA) (structure)

African Regional Economic Communities (REC), state of the African regional integration, Action Plan for Boosting Intra-African Trade, African Financial Integration, African values chain, African Continental Free-Trade Area (AfCFTA)

b) Business in the Maghreb (structure)

Arab Maghreb Union (AMU). Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, and Mauritania. Maghrebian Entrepreneurs

26- Optional 2: the student must select 5 ECTS from the list of optional subjects proposed (*) (*) 5
27- Complementary Subjects (**)  
28- Final Work of the Bachelor of Science 12

(*) Optional Subjects [ECTS] (Download in PDF):

  1. No to Corruption [4]
  2. Foreign Trade Documents [1]
  3. International Trade Finance [4]
  4. International Contracts [2]
  5. International distribution [5]
  6. International promotion [5]
  7. Intercultural Management [3]
  8. International Market Research [2]
  9. Product Policy and International Markets [2]
  10. Export Prices [1]
  11. Segmentation, Brand and Positioning [4]
  12. Ethics and Business [1]
  13. Introduction to Christianity (for the Muslim students) [4]
  14. Introduction to Islam (for Christian students) [4]
  15. Sport, cultural, cooperation or student representation [4]
  16. Mentor Students

(**) Complementary subjects (without ECTS): Languages for Business (level 1 and level 2) for:

  1. English speakers students: French
  2. French speakers students: English
  3. Arabic, Portuguese and Spanish students: English or French

EENI Global Business School Professors

Albert Bialufu Ngandu, DR Congo (Professor, EENI Global Business School) DR Congo: Albert Bialufu

Salamata Micheline ILBOUDO/DIALLO, Burkina Faso (Professor, EENI Global Business School) Burkina Faso: Geneviève Barro, Ousséni SO, Thierry Somda

Lysiane Gnansounou, Benin (Professor, EENI Global Business School) Benin: Lysiane Gnansounou

Mouyedi Sylvain Ernest, Congo (Professor, EENI Global Business School) Republic of the Congo: Mouyedi Sylvain Ernest

Aliou Niang, Senegal (Professor, EENI Global Business School) Senegal: Aliou Niang

Paterson Ngatchou: EENI Global Business School Professor Cameroon: Paterson Ngatchou

Fernandinho Domingos Sanca, Guinea-Bissau (Professor, EENI Global Business School) Guinea-Bissau: Fernandinho Domingos, Adérito Fernandes

Ali Djibrine Souleymane, Republic of Chad (Professor, EENI Global Business School) Chad: Prosper Kemayou, Ali Djibrine Souleymane

Mohamed Ali Ould Lemrabott, Mauritania (Professor, EENI Global Business School) Mauritania: Mohamed Ali Ould Lemrabott

Oussama Bouazizi, Tunisia (Professor, EENI Global Business School)  Tunisia: Oussama Bouazizi

Clément Lonfo Christelle Yameogo EENI

Online African Students (Bachelor of Science)


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  2. ECTS = European Transfer and cumulation System
  3. CECT = Credit of Capitalisable and Transferable Evaluation (CAMES)

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