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The Learn To Live Business School UK

Leadership Conference and graduation ceremony 2022


The Learn To Live Business School UK during her Leadership Conference and graduation ceremony on 10th December 2022 charged its students to ensure that they build lasting systems in their businesses and organizations.

The rector of the school Dr Kingsley Chukwuma Nelson who gave this charge said that systems were key for sustaining businesses and generational wealth. The school graduated students for the Doctorate of Strategic Management and Leadership Development programme for the first time.

A programme which trains individuals for one year to three years on practical processes of setting up business management systems. It also graduated students for the Advanced Diploma and Master of Business Administration programmes.

An Honorary Doctorate Award was presented to distinguished individuals in Nigeria and South Africa who had made remarkable contributions in community development and leadership. Keynote speakers for the conference were Dr Timothy Benedict, Lead Pastor of Divine Ambassadors Christian Assembly (DACA) and Dr Samuel Iheanacho, Lead Pastor of Destiny Life Redemption Chapel.

The Learn To Live Business School UK is a strategic management and leadership tertiary business education institute established in 2012. As an innovation enterprise institute accredited in Nigeria and UK it is poised to strengthen businesses through her various programmes and practical courses in Business, Leadership and management. It is a business school that caters for the leadership and management needs of individuals and businesses at all levels.

The Academic programme for 2023 has started, visit www.llbsuk.com to register. Call 0703696682 or visit the Enugu, Abuja, Port Harcourt and Lagos study centers.

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