Online Doctorate in African Business

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Professional Doctorate in International Business (DIB) specialisation in African Business (e-learning, 180 ECTS, Master in International Business in English)

The objectives of the Professional Doctorate in International Business (DIB) specialisation in African Business (3 years, 180 ECTS, distance learning) taught by EENI Business School & HA Independent University are to train the doctoral student to be able to research on topics related to business in Africa:

Doctorate in African Business, Online

  1. Intra-African Trade
  2. African Economy
  3. African Socio-economic Transformation
  4. Doing Business in the African Markets
  5. African Regional Integration
  6. African Civilisation
  7. African Economic Areas
  8. Logistics in Africa
  9. International Relations of Africa
  10. African Traditional Religions, Islam and Christianity in Africa

Thus, a Doctoral Student can apply creative solutions and take the appropriated business decisions related to the African Markets.

Tuition fees (Doctorate in African Business): EUR 3,060 (Pricing Policy, Financing)

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The Online Professional Doctorate in African Business is part of the category of the Professional Doctorates in International Business (DIB), which has the dual aim of contributing to the knowledge and practice.

A Professional Doctorate in African Business (Online) that fits your schedule and helps you to get a better job.

Languages of the Professional Doctorate in African Business. All the subjects offered are available in English and French. Approximately 40% of the subjects are also available in Spanish and Portuguese (free multilingual training). Thus, the Doctoral Student can perform this doctorate entirely in English (or French, Spanish or Portuguese); the student should have a sufficient level to study the subjects in these languages.

Study, Master in International Business in French Doctorat en Affaires en Afrique Study Master Doctorate Business in Spanish Doctorado en Negocios en África Masters Foreign Trade in Portuguese Doutoramento EAD em Negócios na África.

Intended for graduates and professionals who wish to continue their professional career in the field of international business with an emphasis in Africa.

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Brochure of the Professional Doctorate in African Business (PDF)

Structure of the Professional Doctorate in African Business

Structure - Online Doctorate in Business

Research Work and Thesis Plan of the Professional Doctorate in African Business

The applicants who have completed the Master of Science in Business in Sub-Saharan Africa taught by EENI Business School & HA University shall be exempt from any complement teachings, beginning the research phase directly.

Subjects offered by EENI Business School & HA University.

  1. EENI Business School & HA University provides a range of Subjects related to Africa  (more than 150 ECTS credits).
  2. The Doctoral Student can select the most suitable subjects depending on the thesis.
  3. The minimum ECTS to be selected is 20, maximum is 60.
  4. Doctoral Student selects the subjects once formalised the enrolment

To facilitate the subject selection, these are organised into several blocks:

Online Doctorate in Business Africa

Students work within one or more of the following subject areas

  1. African Civilisation
  2. Economic Areas of the African Civilisation
  3. African Institutions are Leading the African Transformation  (PDF) (structure) (5 ECTS)
  4. African Economy (PDF) (structure) (5 ECTS)
  5. Doing Business in Africa
  6. Southern Africa (PDF) (structure) (10 ECTS)
  7. East Africa (PDF) (structure) (34 ECTS)
  8. Central Africa (PDF) (structure) (18 ECTS)
  9. Western Africa (PDF) (structure) (29 ECTS)
  10. Maghreb (PDF) (structure) (9 ECTS)
  11. Transport and Logistics in Africa (PDF) (structure) (10 ECTS)
  12. Regional Integration in Africa (PDF) (structure) (8 ECTS)
  13. International Relations of Africa (PDF) (structure) (10 ECTS)

Please, see below for more information.

Director of the Professional Doctorate in International Business (DIB) specialisation in African Business: PhD Geneviève Barro KABRE

PhD Genevieve Barro Burkina

EENI Students in Burkina Faso
Online Students Master of Science in International Business (Burkina Faso)

Analysed Markets in the Professional Doctorate in International Business Specialisation African Business:
Doctorate Africa

Research Areas of the Professional Doctorate in International Business (DIB) specialisation in African Business:

  1. The Doctoral Student should select the most appropriate subjects for his thesis
  2. The Doctoral Student can use any possible subject combination
  3. Minimum ECTS to be selected is 20, maximum is 60.
  4. NOTE: the brackets show ECTS Credits credits

Master Doctorate: African Free-Trade Area

Economic Areas of the African Civilisation (7 ECTS)

Economic Areas of the African Civilisation

  1. West African Economic Area [2] (PDF)
  2. Central African Economic Area [1] (PDF)
  3. Southern African Economic Area [1] (PDF)
  4. East African Economic Area [2] (PDF)
  5. Maghrebian Economic Area [1] (PDF)
  6. Interactions of the African Civilisation with the other civilisations

African Institutions (5 ECTS)

Institutions are Leading the African Socio-Economic Transformation

Master Doctorate: Economic Transformation of Africa

  1. African Union (AU) [1]
  2. New Partnership for Africa's Development (NEPAD) [0.7]
  3. Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) [1]
  4. African Development Bank [1.3]
  5. Agenda 2063 [0.7]

Download the syllabus of the module: “African institutions” (PDF)

African Business (5 ECTS)

African Business and Economy

Master Doctorate: African Business Economy (Master Doctorate)

  1. African Economy [0.6]
  2. African Women [0.4]
  3. African Businesswoman [0.8]
  4. African Businessman [2]
  5. Governance in Africa [0.4]
  6. African Frontier Markets [0.3]
    1. Africa: the Next Emerging Continent

Download the syllabus of the module “African Economy” (PDF)

Africa: The Next Emerging Continent

Economic Transformation of Africa (5 ECTS)

Economic Transformation of Africa

Master Doctorate: Economic Transformation of Africa

  1. African agricultural sector [1]
  2. African Mining Vision [2]
  3. African Green Economic Growth [0.2]
  4. African industry. African industrial policy [1.5]
  5. Action Plan for the Accelerated Industrial Development of Africa
  6. Investment Role in African transformation [0.3]

Download the syllabus of the module “Economic Transformation of Africa” (PDF)

Southern Africa (14 ECTS)

Doing Business in Southern Africa

Master Doctorate: Doing Business in Southern Africa

Regional Integration in Southern Africa. There are two economic communities in Southern Africa:

  1. Southern African Customs Union (SACU) [0.6]
  2. Southern African Development Community (SADC) [1.1]

It must also take into account the COMESA (Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa), and COMESA-EAC-SADC Tripartite Agreement. All the Southern African Countries belong to the SADC and the tripartite agreement.

Southern Africa Integration (Master, Doctorate)

The Southern African Countries with sea access:

  1. South Africa [3]: The second African Economy. The first African car maker
  2. Namibia [1]: an economy based on the mining and livestock

The Landlocked markets of Southern Africa:

  1. Botswana [1]: diamonds (1/3 of the GDP)
  2. Lesotho [0.5]: an African monarchy
  3. Swaziland [0.5]: a small African Kingdom
  4. Zambia [1]: an African Frontier Market
  5. Zimbabwe [1]: vast mineral resources

Largest ports in Southern Africa

Download the syllabus of the module: “Southern Africa” (PDF)

East Africa (41 ECTS)

Doing Business in East Africa

DIB East Africa

Regional Economic Integration in East Africa:

  1. Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) [2]
  2. Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) [0.1]
  3. East African Community (EAC) [0.5]

Other East African regional institutions.

  1. Nile Basin Initiative (NBI)
  2. International Conference on the Great Lakes Region (ICGLR) [0.1]
  3. Economic Community of the Great Lakes Region (CEPGL)
  4. Indian Ocean Commission

East African Economic Integration (Master Doctorate)

The East African Countries with sea access:

  1. Djibouti [2]: an economy based on the marine transport and telecommunications
  2. Egypt [3]: Control of the Suez Canal
  3. The State of Eritrea [0.5]: an economy based on a subsistence agriculture
  4. Kenya [3]: the largest economy in East Africa
  5. Mozambique [2]: one of the poorest countries in the World
  6. Tanzania [2]: an African frontier market
  7. Somalia [0.5]
  8. Sudan [3]: the largest African Country

Landlocked markets of East Africa:

  1. Burundi [1]: one of the World's poorest countries
  2. Ethiopia [3]: Headquarters of the Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) and the African Union (AU)
  3. Malawi [1]: an agricultural country
  4. Rwanda [1]: the most densely populated African Country
  5. South Sudan [0.5]: the newest nation in the World
  6. Uganda [2]: Open to the foreign investment

Island countries of East Africa:

  1. Comoros [0.5]: 50% of the Comorian live below the international poverty line (USD 1.25/day)
  2. Madagascar [1]: one of the poorest African Countries
  3. Mauritius [2]: one of the largest African financial centres
  4. Seychelles [2]: the first African Country by the Human Development

Largest East African Ports and transport corridors.

Download the syllabus of the module “East Africa” (PDF).

Central Africa (26 ECTS)

Doing Business in Central Africa

Course Business in Central Africa

Regional Economic Integration in Central Africa

  1. Central African Economic and Monetary Community (CEMAC) [0.5]
  2. Economic Community of Central African States (ECCAS) [0.5]

Largest ports in Central Africa

Central Africa Integration

The Central African Countries with sea access:

  1. Angola [3]: an African frontier market
  2. Cameroon [2]: 40% of the GDP of the Central African Economic and Monetary Community
  3. Equatorial Guinea [1]: the richest country per capita in Africa
  4. Gabon [1]: a strategic position in the Central African region
  5. Republic of the Congo [1]: a heavily indebted poor country
  6. Democratic Republic of the Congo [3] - 2025: 99 million of Congolese

Landlocked markets of Central Africa:

  1. Burundi [1]
  2. Central African Republic [1]: political crisis
  3. Chad [1]: a new African petroleum exporter
  4. Rwanda [1]

Island countries of Central Africa:

  1. São Tomé and Príncipe [0.5]: A “tourist country.”

Download the syllabus of the module: “Central Africa” (PDF).

West Africa (33 ECTS)

Doing Business in West Africa

DIB West Africa

In West Africa, there are three key economic institutions:

  1. Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) [1]
  2. West African Economic and Monetary Union (WAEMU) [1]
  3. West African Monetary Zone (WAMZ)

West African Economic Integration (Master Doctorate)

It is also necessary to consider the existence of:

  1. Organisation for the Development of the Senegal River
  2. Niger Basin Authority (NBA) [0.1]
  3. Mano River Union (MRU)
  4. Community of Sahel-Saharan States (CEN-SAD) [0.1]
  5. G5-Sahel

West African Countries with sea access:

  1. Benin [2]: predominance of the Beninese informal sector
  2. Gambia [1]: an export agricultural oriented country
  3. Ghana [2]: an African Frontier Market, the second African gold producer
  4. Guinea [1]: vast bauxite and iron reserves
  5. Guinea-Bissau [0.5]: one of the ten poorest countries
  6. Ivory Coast [2]: an African Frontier Market. Headquarters of the African Development Bank
  7. Liberia [1]: A nation with a President with Nobel Peace Prize (Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf)
  8. Nigeria [3]: the largest African Economy. The Nigerian population in 2100: 1,000 million people
  9. Senegal [2]: one of the less corrupt African markets
  10. Sierra Leone [1]: the fastest growing West African market
  11. Togo [1]: phosphates and agriculture. Port of Lomé.

Landlocked markets of West Africa:

  1. Burkina Faso [1]: one of the West African Countries that have implemented more reforms
  2. Mali [1]: the third African gold producer, instability in the North
  3. Niger [1]: world's largest uranium reserves

Island countries of West Africa.

  1. Cape Verde [0.5]: the growing of the Cape Verdean tourism sector

Largest ports in West Africa

  1. Download the syllabus of the module: “West Africa” of the Doctorate (PDF)

The Maghreb (9 ECTS)

Doing Business in the Maghreb

E-Learning Doctorate: Business in the Maghreb

  1. Arab Maghreb Union (AMU) [0.7]
  2. Algeria [1]: an African Frontier Market. 50% of the petroleum production in Africa
  3. Morocco [2]: an African Frontier Market. The Emergence of the Moroccan Businessman
  4. Tunisia [2]: the first world dates exporter. Top tourist destination
  5. Mauritania [0.5]: the mining and fishing sector
  6. Libya [0.5]: largest proven African petroleum reserves

Largest Maghrebian Ports

Download the syllabus of the module “The Maghreb” (PDF)

Transport in Africa (15 ECTS)

Transport and Logistics in Africa

Transport and Logistics in Africa (Course Master)

  1. Introduction to the transport in Africa [1]
  2. Infrastructure in Africa [1]
  3. Programme for Infrastructure Development in Africa (PIDA) [0.3]
  4. African Ports. Maritime transport in Africa [3]
  5. African transport corridors [3]
  6. Costs of the road infrastructure in Africa [0.2]
  7. Transport and regional integration in Africa [0.6]
  8. Information and communication technologies (ICT), trade, and regional integration in Africa [0.4]
  9. African Road Safety Action Plan 2011-2020 Africa [0.1]
  10. African Value Chains [0.5]

Download the syllabus of the module “Transport and Logistics in Africa” (PDF)

Regional Integration in Africa (8 ECTS)

African Economic Integration

Regional Integration in Africa (Master Course)

  1. Introduction to the regional integration in Africa. Regional Economic Communities [1]
  2. Status of the Regional Integration in Africa [2]
  3. Intra-African trade [0.5]
  4. ICT and integration in Africa [0.5]
  5. Financial integration [0.5]
  6. Infrastructures [1]
  7. African Value Chains [0.5]
  8. Organisation for the Harmonisation of Business Law in Africa (OHADA) [1]
  9. COMESA-EAC-SADC Tripartite Agreement [0.1]
  10. Towards the African Continental Free-Trade Area [0.5]

Download the syllabus of the module “Regional Integration in Africa” (PDF)

International Relations of Africa (8 ECTS)

International Relations of Africa

Master Doctorate: International Relations of Africa

  1. Africa and the United States (AGOA) [1]
  2. Africa and China [0.5]
  3. Africa and India [0.5]
  4. Africa-European Union Strategic Partnership
  5. France-Africa Relations
  6. Afro-Arab Cooperation [0.5]
  7. Africa and Turkey [0.1]
  8. Africa and the BRICS [0.3]
  9. Africa and Asia [0.1]
  10. Africa and South Korea [0.1]
  11. Africa and Japan [0.2]
  12. Indian-Ocean Rim Association (IORA) [0.5]
  13. Africa and South America [0.5]

Download the syllabus of the module “International Relations of Africa” (PDF)

African Civilisation.

  1. Introduction to the African Civilisation
  2. History of Africa [4] (PDF)
  3. Slave Trade
  4. African Historians [1]
  5. Human development in Africa
  6. African Population Trends [0.5]
  7. Islam, African Traditional Religions and Christianity in Africa

African business without corruption

African business without corruption

No to Corruption in Business (Course, Master)

No to Corruption in International Business

  1. Download the syllabus of the module “No to Corruption” (PDF)

Admission Criteria. To be admitted to the Professional Doctorate in International Business Specialisation African Business, the students must have earned a Master's Degree.

  1. If you do not have a master's degree you can enrol in the Professional Master of Science in Business in Sub-Saharan Africa. You will be exempt from the final master's thesis and you will be able to access the doctorate by going directly to the doctoral thesis preparation (you should not take the complement teachings of the doctorate).
  2. The graduate students in the Professional Master of Science in Business in Sub-Saharan Africa taught by EENI Business School & HA University can enrol directly in the Doctorate in International Business Specialisation African Business validating all the subjects already studied on the master.

You must send by mail (not valid by email) a certified photocopy of your diploma of master. This is necessary for the issuance of your diploma and not to enrol.

Diploma.

The students who pass the assessments and thesis will receive the Diploma of Professional Doctorate in International Business (DIB) specialisation in African Business issued by EENI Business School & HA Independent University.

The Diploma of Professional Doctorate is awarded after assessing:

  1. Level of participation of the Doctoral Student in the Doctoral programme subjects
  2. Research Work
  3. Thesis Defence

Once defended and overcame the thesis, the Doctoral Student will receive its diploma.

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Online Enrolment Procedure (continuous):

Online enrolment procedure (Master, Doctorate) EENI

Our continuous enrolment system allows students to enrol at any time and study from anywhere in the world without any displacement.

Duration of the training period: maximum of three calendar years since the formalisation of the enrolment up to the thesis deposit. If, after the three calendar years period the Doctoral Student has not deposited the thesis, the Doctorate Programme Direction may authorise an extension of up to two years.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Methodology: e-learning (Online) / Distance Learning.

Knowledge area: Africa.

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