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Subject - “Doing Business in the West African Markets II” (8 ECTS) - Online Bachelor of Science in Inter-African Business (third semester)

Nigeria, Senegal, Sierra Leone, and Togo. The Nigerian businessmen

African Student, Online Bachelor of Science International Business

Syllabus of the Program: Doing Business in Senegal.

  1. Introduction to Senegal
  2. Senegalese economy
  3. Senegalese Foreign Trade
  4. Senegalese Customs
  5. Port of Dakar
  6. Senegalese Agency for Export Promotion
  7. Invest in Senegal
  8. Privatisation in Senegal
  9. Top sectors:
    1. Agro-Business
    2. New technologies
    3. Tourism
    4. Textile
    5. Fishing
    6. Mining
  10. Case Study:
    1. SODEFITEX
    2. SONATEL
    3. SUNEOR Group
  11. Access to the Senegalese market
  12. Business Plan for Senegal

Objectives of the Program “Doing Business in Senegal”:

  1. To learn to do business in Senegal
  2. To evaluate business opportunities in Senegal
  3. To know trade agreements of Senegal
  4. To investigate trade relations of Senegal with the student's country
  5. To learn to develop a Business Plan for the Senegalese market
  6. To understand the role of Senegal as gateway towards the West African Markets
  7. To study the profile of Senegalese companies

Syllabus of the Program: Doing Business in Sierra Leone

  1. Introduction to the Republic of Sierra Leone
  2. Economy of Sierra Leone
  3. Sierra Leonean Foreign Trade
  4. Export procedures in Sierra Leone
  5. Business opportunities in Sierra Leone
    1. Sierra Leonean agriculture
    2. Tourism
    3. Marine resources
    4. Infrastructures
    5. Mining
    6. Petroleum and gas
  6. Agency of Exports and Investment Promotion of Sierra Leone
  7. Invest in Sierra Leone
  8. Access to the Sierra Leonean market
  9. Business Plan for Sierra Leone

Objectives of the Program “Doing Business in Sierra Leone”:

  1. To learn to do business in Sierra Leone
  2. To evaluate business opportunities in Sierra Leone
  3. To know trade agreements de Sierra Leone
  4. To investigate trade relations of Sierra Leone with the student's country
  5. To learn to develop a Business Plan for the Sierra Leonean market

Syllabus of the Program: Doing Business in Togo

  1. Introduction to the Togolese Republic
  2. Togolese economy
  3. Togolese Foreign Trade
  4. Port of Lomé
  5. Togolese free zone
  6. Access to the Togolese market
  7. Business Plan for Togo

Objectives of the Program “Doing Business in Togo”:

  1. To learn to do business in Togo
  2. To evaluate business opportunities in Togo
  3. To know trade agreements of Togo
  4. To investigate trade relations of Togo with the student's country
  5. To learn to develop a Business Plan for the Togolese market

Syllabus of the Program: Doing Business in Nigeria

  1. Introduction to the Federal Republic of Nigeria
  2. Nigerian economy
  3. Top Nigerian economic sectors:
    1. Petroleum and gas
    2. Minerals
    3. Agriculture
    4. Information and telecommunications
    5. Tourism
    6. Manufacture
    7. Mining
    8. Infrastructures
  4. Nigerian Foreign Trade
  5. Procedures of exportation and importation
  6. Port of Lagos
  7. Nigerian free trade zones
  8. Doing Business in Lagos and Abuja
  9. Invest in Nigeria
  10. Case Study:
    1. Nigerian Beer Factory
    2. Churchgate Group
    3. Starcomms
    4. United Bank Africa (UBA)
  11. Access to the Nigerian market
  12. Business Plan for Nigeria

Objectives of the Program “Doing Business in Nigeria”:

  1. To learn to do business in Nigeria
  2. To evaluate business opportunities in Nigeria
  3. To know trade agreements of Nigeria
  4. To investigate trade relations of Nigeria with the student's country
  5. To learn to develop a Business Plan for the Nigerian market
  6. To understand the importance of Nigeria as the first African Economy
  7. To study the profile of Nigerian Businessmen

Syllabus of the Program: Nigerian Businessmen

Alhaji Aliko Dangote

  1. The Nigerian Muslim Businessman Alhaji Aliko Dangote
  2. Expansion of the Dangote Group in Africa
  3. Philanthropic activities of Alhaji Aliko Dangote

Folorunsho Alakija

  1. The Nigerian Christian Businesswoman Folorunsho Alakija
  2. The Nigerian Fashion Group “The Rose of Sharon”
  3. The Oil Company Famfa Oil
  4. Rose of Sharon Foundation

Tara Fela-Durotoye

  1. The Nigerian Businesswoman Tare Fela-Durotoye
  2. Expansion of the company the “House of Tare international” in West Africa

Adenike Ogunlesi

  1. The Nigerian Businesswoman Adenike Ogunlesi
  2. The fashion group “Ruff ’N’ Tumble”

Théophile Yakubu Danjuma

  1. The Nigerian Christian Businessman General Theophilus Yakubu Danjuma
  2. The Nigerian conglomerate NAL COMET
  3. TY Danjuma Foundation

Hajia Bola Shagaya

  1. The Nigerian Muslim Businesswoman Hajia Boule Shagaya
  2. The distribution company of photographic products “Bolmus international”
  3. The oil distribution company “Practoil Ltd”

Folake Folarin-Coker

  1. The Nigerian Businesswoman Folake Folarin-Coker
  2. Nigerian fashion group “Tiffany Ambre”

Olufemi Otedola

  1. The Nigerian Muslim Businessman Olufemi Otedola
  2. Forte Oil Group
  3. Other companies controlled by Olufemi Otedola

Adewale Tinubu

  1. The Nigerian Muslim Businessman Adewale Tinubu (the King of the African Oil)
  2. The Company “Oando Energetic Resources”
  3. Group “Ocean and Petroleum”

Amina Odidi

  1. The Nigerian Muslim Businesswoman Amine Odidi
  2. The pharmaceutical company “Intellipharmaceutics”

Mike Adenuga

  1. The Nigerian Christian Businessman Mike Adenuga: the third richest man in Africa
  2. Globacom Group
  3. Mike Adenuga Foundation

Abdulsamad Rabiu

  1. The Nigerian Muslim Businessman Abdulsamad Rabiu
  2. Nigerian Bank of Industry and the conglomerate of companies BUA

MON Doctor Orji Uzor Kalu

  1. The Nigerian Christian Businessman Orji Uzor Kalu
  2. The Nigerian conglomerate SLOK Holding
  3. Orji Kalu Foundation

Jim Ovia

  1. The Nigerian banker and Businessman Jim Ovia
  2. Bank Zenith (the sixth largest African Bank)

Tony Elumelu

  1. Concept of afro-capitalism developed by Tony Elumelu
  2. United Bank for Africa
  3. Tony Elumelu Foundation

Tunde Folawiyo

  1. The Nigerian Muslim Businessman Tunde Folawiyo
  2. Yinka Folawiyo Group

Doctor Alhaji Muhammadu Indimi

  1. The Nigerian Muslim Businessman Alhaji Muhammadu Indimi
  2. The Oil company “Eastern Energy Resources”

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

Samples: Doing Business in the West African Markets II (Bachelor of Science in Inter-African Business, e-learning, third semester)

Alhaji Aliko Dangote (the richest African)

Online Bachelor: Doing Business in Sierra Leone

Folorunsho Alakija Nigeria

Online Bachelor: Doing Business in Senegal

Hajia Bola Shagaya Nigeria

Online Bachelor: Doing Business in Togo

Folake Folarin-Coker (Nigerian businesswomen)

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