Academic and Professional Structure
Eden Global Business and Entrepreneurship College is Structured around Schools and Centres, Professional Institutes, Academies, Independent Centres and Resource Centres to deliver her core education, training, specialist certificates, executive education and professional education solutions.
EGBEC moved to a new academic and professional structure in October, 2017.
EGBEC currently hosts the following world class academic and professional education and training institutions:
- 12 Schools
- 2 Professional Affiliations and Accreditation.
- 3 University Affiliations and Accreditation.
- 2 Professional Institutions.
- 2 Independent Colleges,
- 1 Leadership Academy.
- 5 Independent Centres, and
- 3 Resource Centres
There are 18 centres in this school, namely:
- Centre for Management and Business Administration.
- Centre for Marketing and Communications Management.
- Centre for Information and Communications Technology.
- Centre for Entrepreneurship and Project Management.
- Centre for Public Service and Development Management.
- Centre for Pharmaceutical and Public Health Management.
- Centre for Logistics and Supply Chain Management.
- Centre for Logistics and Transport Management.
- Centre for Logistics and Warehousing Management.
- Centre for Logistics and Shipping Management.
- Centre for Agribusiness and Export Management.
- Centre for Economics and Human Capital Management.
- Centre for Education and Leadership Management.
- Centre for Security Management and Operations.
- Centre for Professional Certification.
- Centre for Youth and Women Development.
- Centre for Executive Education.
- Centre for Management and Church Administration.
The school will collaborate with relevant institutions to deliver training and skills acquisition programmes in innovation, entrepreneurship and development.
The school will collaborate with relevant institutions to deliver training and skills acquisition programmes poverty eradication, wealth creation and sustainable development.
There are twelve centres in this school as follows:
- Centre for Community Organisation and Development Practice;
- Centre for Criminology and Justice;
- Centre for Disability Studies and Action;
- Centre for Equity for Women Studies;
- Centre for Children and Families;
- Centre Health and Mental Health Management;
- Centre for Social Justice and Governance;
- Centre for Livelihood and Social Entrepreneurship;
- Centre for Environment, Equity and Justice;
- Centre for Incubation of Social Work Initiatives;
- Centre for Conflict Peace and Human Security Studies; and
- Centre for Social Work Education and Practice.
There are Seven Study Centres in this School as follows:
- Centre for Study of Developing Economies;
- Centre for Public Policy,
- Centre for Habitat and Human Development;
- Centre for Study of Developing Societies;
- Centre for Population, Health and Development;
- Centre for Nutrition Centre for Advanced Women’s Studies
- Centre for Human Resources Management and Labour Relations;
- Centre for Labour Studies;
- Centre for Social Entrepreneurship;
- Centre for Social and Organisational Leadership;
- Centre for Public Policy and Governance;
- Centre for Labour Market and Research Facility and Incubation Centre for Social Entrepreneurship.
- Centre for Health and Social Sciences;
- Centre for Health Policy Planning and Management;
- Centre for Hospital Management;
- Centre for Public Health;
- Centre for Health Observatory and
- Centre for Social Science Research Facility on HIV /AIDS.
- Centre for Urban Policy,
- Centre for Planning and Governance;
- Centre for Science Technology and Society;
- Centre for Water Policy and Governance;
- Climate Change and Sustainability;
- Centre for Disaster Management;
- Centre for Laboratory and Research Facility Management.
- Centre for Critical Media Praxis;
- Centre for Study of Contemporary Culture; and
- Media Archive and Resource Centre.
- Centre for Law and Society; and
- Centre for Excellence in Human Rights Education.
Which will implement training programmes in different trades through partnerships with various industrial and service sectors.
- Centre for Education Technology
- Centre for Higher Education;
- Centre for Nigerian Languages in Higher Education
- Centre for Teachers’ Professional Development.
Professional Affiliations and Accreditations.
Eden Global Business and Entrepreneurship College is an affiliated and accredited teaching and examination centre of the following professional institutions:
- International Professional Managers Association-UK.
- Institute of Data Processing Management of Nigeria-IDPM.
University Affiliations and Accreditations.
Eden Global Business and Entrepreneurship College is an affiliated and accredited teaching and examination centre of the following University and University Service Units to deliver accredited professional education , training, executive education and certification solutions :
- Caleb University, Imota,Lagos.
- University of Ibadan Consultancy Services Unit.
- Olabisi Onabanjo University Consult.
- International Institute of Global Development (IIGD).
- International Institute of Revival and Management (IIRM).
- Eden Global Computer College.
- Eden Global College of Agriculture and Technology.
Dominionpower International Leadership Academy (DILA).
5 Independent Centres.
- Centre for Lifelong Learning.
- Centre for Human Ecology.
- Centre for Research Methodology.
- Centre for Studies in Sociology of Education.
- Centre for Study of Social Exclusion and Inclusive Policies.
- Computer Centre.
- Publications Unit.
- Digital Resource Centre and Online Library.
Eden Global Business and Entrepreneurship College operates three tiers of Management, namely:
- The Board of Trustees with Professor M.N. Oyewo as the Chairman.
- The Governing Council with Professor Vusi Gumede as President and Chairman of Council.
- The College Management with four Principal Officers as follows :
- The Vice President and Director General - Rev Tunji Adepoju
- Director of Administration - Dr Kunle Ologundudu
- Director, Finance, Accounts and Audit - Dr Olukunle Iyanda
- Director, Infrastructure Development and Support. - Dr Ebun Yonlofoun
- Members of the Board of Trustees are appointed in conformity with the statutory goals and objectives of the college in line with international best practices.
- The Governing Council is the highest authority of the College.
- The Chairman of the Governing Council has functions similar to that of the Chancellor of a conventional university.
- The Academic and Professional Council, APC, of the College decides on matters of academic and professional nature and comprises faculty drawn from its 12 Schools, 2 Institutes, 1 Academy, 2 Independent Colleges and 5 Independent Centres of the College.
- The Vice President and Director-General of EGBEC, whose position is equivalent to that of the Vice-Chancellor of a Conventional university, is the academic and administrative head of the College.
- The College is taking off with Eden Global Business School (EGBS) while the remaining 11 Schools shall take off in conformity with the strategic plan of the College.
- The head of each School and Academy is a Dean.
- All Centres and Institutes are headed by a Director.
- All Deans and Directors are members of the Academic and Professional Council.
The administrative structure is designed around 9 sections:
- Academic and Professional,
- Dining Hall,
- Hostels and Guest House,
- Planning and Development, and
- Purchase and Stores.
These 9 sections are located under 4 broad divisions:
- Finance, Accounts and Audit.
- Personnel and Administration, and
- Infrastructure Development and Support.