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Module (Master, Doctorate) “Foreign Trade and Business in West Africa” (33 ECTS, Masters, Doctorate, International Business, English)

Module Business in West Africa

Eight subjects compose the Module “Foreign Trade and Business in East Africa” (Benin, Burkina Faso, Cape Verde, the Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Ivory Coast, Liberia, Mali, Niger, Nigeria, Senegal, Sierra Leone, and Togo) taught by EENI Global Business School:

Master Module: Business in West Africa (Benin, Burkina Faso, Cape Verde, the Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Ivory Coast, Liberia, Mali, Niger, Nigeria, Senegal, Sierra Leone, and Togo)

  1. The West African Economic Area of the African Civilization (317 million inhabitants)
  2. Economic Integration in West Africa
  3. Business in the West African Countries
  4. Nigerian Businesspeople
  5. Logistics in West Africa
    1. Trans-African Roads
    2. Largest West African Ports
  6. Other Regional Economic Institutions and Trade Agreements related to the West African markets
  7. Religious Diversity in West Africa
  8. Business Plan for West African Markets

Module intended for all those wanting to specialize in the West African Markets.

Online Continuing education (Masters, Modules, Foreign Trade, Business)

  1. Credits: 33 ECTS Credits
  2. Duration: 6
    months It is recommended to dedicate about twelve hours of study per week following a flexible schedule. It is possible to reduce the duration dedicating more hours a week
  3. Download the syllabus (PDF)

Languages: Masters, Doctorate, International Business, English

  1. Also
    available in For improving the international communication skills, the student has free access to the learning materials in these languages (free multilingual training).
    Study, Module Master Doctorate in International Business in French Afrique de l’Ouest Study Master Doctorate in International Business in Spanish Africa Occidental Masters Foreign Trade in Portuguese Africa Ocidental

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

The main objective of the Module is to provide an overview of the Western African economy and the business opportunities to:

  1. Learn to do business in West Africa (Benin, Burkina Faso, Cape Verde, the Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Ivory Coast, Liberia, Mali, Niger, Nigeria, Senegal, Sierra Leone, and Togo)
  2. Know the business opportunities in West Africa
  3. Analyze the foreign trade and the foreign direct investment in West Africa
  4. Understand the importance of the ECOWAS (Economic Community of West African States), WAEMU (West African Economic and Monetary Union) and WAMZ (West African Monetary Zone)
  5. Explore the Free Trade Agreements in West Africa
  6. Know the largest ports and the Trans-African corridors in the region
  7. Know the most important West African Businessman
  8. Develop a business plan for the West African Markets

Sample:
Alhaji Aliko Dangote Nigerian Businessman, Module

EENI Students - Doctorate, Master in International Business, Foreign Trade

This Module belongs to the following Higher Education Programs taught by EENI:

Master in Business in Africa, International Business.

Masters in International Business and Foreign Trade (MIB)

Doctorate in African Business

Masters adapted to the Western African Students: Gambia, Masters, Doctorate, Modules, International Business, Foreign Trade The Gambia, Ghana, Masters, Doctorate, Modules, International Business, Foreign Trade Ghana, Liberia Online Master / Doctorate in International Business, Foreign Trade Liberia, Nigeria Doctorate, Masters, Doctorate, Modules, International Business, Foreign Trade Nigeria and Sierra Leone, Masters, Doctorate, Modules, International Business, Foreign Trade Sierra Leone.

Master in International Business University Ouaga II (Burkina Faso) and EENI
Online Students Master of Science in International Business (Burkina Faso)

1- Economic Integration in West Africa.

African Economic Integration

The West African Economic Area (PDF) of the African Civilization.

  1. Religious Diversity in West Africa

West African Economic Integration (Master, Module)

  1. West African Economic and Monetary Union (WAEMU)
    1. West African Monetary Zone (WAMZ)
    2. Mano River Union
  2. Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS)
  3. Community of Sahel-Saharan States (CEN-SAD)
  4. Niger Basin Authority
  5. OHADA
  6. Organization for the Development of the Senegal River
  7. African Continental Free-Trade Area
  8. G5-Sahel

Trade Agreements with the other civilizations:

  1. GSP
  2. Africa-EU Partnership
  3. EU-Ivory Coast Agreement
  4. AGOA (U.S.)
  5. WAEMU-U.S. Agreement
  6. Islamic Trade Preferential System
  7. ...

2- Doing Business in the West African Countries:

  1. Business in Benin
  2. Business in Burkina Faso
  3. Business in Cape Verde
  4. Business in the Gambia
  5. Business in Ghana
  6. Business in Guinea
  7. Business in Guinea-Bissau
  8. Business in Ivory Coast
  9. Business in Liberia
  10. Business in Mali
  11. Business in Niger
  12. Business in Nigeria
  13. Business in Senegal
  14. Business in Sierra Leone
  15. Business in Togo

ECOWAS ZMAO WAEMU (Africa, )

3- Nigerian Businessman

  1. Alhaji Aliko Dangote: The richest men in Africa. Businessman and Philanthropist. Founder of the Dangote Group
  2. Hajia Bola Shagaya: Nigerian Businesswoman, one of the richest women in Africa
  3. Folorunsho Alakija: The richest Nigerian women
  4. Theophilus Danjuma: Businessman, former politic, and philanthropist
  5. Mike Adenuga: The second richest in Nigeria, founder of Globacom
  6. Jim Ovia: Banker, the third-richest Nigerian
  7. Alhaji Indimi: founder of Oriental Energy Resources
  8. Olufemi Otedola: founder of Forte Petroleum
  9. Abdulsamad Rabiu: Nigerian Banker
  10. Tara Fela-Durotoye: Businesswoman
  11. Tunde Folawiyo: Businessman and Philanthropist
  12. Folake Folarin-Coker: Nigerian fashion designer
  13. Orji Uzor Kalu: CEO of SLOK Holding
  14. Tony Elumelu: Director of the United Bank for Africa, Afro-capitalism
  15. Adewale Tinubu: Founder of Oando Energy Resources
  16. Adenike Ogunlesi: Businesswoman
  17. Amina Odidi: Scientific and businesswoman

4- Logistics in West Africa

Transport and Logistics in Africa. Corridors, ports

Trans-African Corridors.

  1. Dakar-Lagos Corridor
  2. Cairo-Dakar Corridor
  3. Algiers-Lagos Corridor
  4. Trans-Sahelian Highway
  5. N’Djamena-Djibouti Corridor
  6. Lagos-Mombasa Corridor

Largest West African Ports:

  1. Port of Dakar
  2. Port of Abidjan
  3. Port of Lagos
  4. Port of Lomé
  5. Port of Cotonou
  6. Port of Tema

5- Business Plan for West African Markets (export, import, implementation).

The Module includes the Market Access Tool:
West African Market Access

West African Historians and Personalities.

  1. Ahmadou Hampaté Bá
  2. Sheikh Anta Diop
  3. Joseph Ki-Zerbo
  4. Pathé Diagne
  5. Boubou Hama
  6. Akin Mabogunje
  7. J. F. Ade Ajayi
  8. Wole Soyinka
  9. Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf
  10. Christophe Wondji
  11. Djibril Tamsir Niane
  12. Albert Adu Boahen
  13. Leopold Sédar Senghor

Other regional economic institutions and trade agreements in West Africa.

African Institutions (AU, AFDB, AUDA-NEPAD, UNECA)

  1. China-Africa Cooperation
  2. Africa-India Economic Cooperation
  3. AUDA-NEPAD
  4. African Development Bank
  5. Economic Commission for Africa
  6. African Union
  7. Islamic Development Bank
  8. OIC

EENI African Business Portal.

Area of Knowledge: Africa.

We Trust in Africa (Affordable Higher Education for Africans)

Abdoul Karim Ouandaogo (EENI Alumni)
Ouandaogo Abdoul Karim (Student of the Master in International Business, University of Ouagadougou & EENI) winner of a WAEMU regional award.


Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS)

EENI African Students:
Online African Students (Course, Master, Doctorate, International Business, Foreign Trade)

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