Study for an MBA
100% online in Nigeria
- Earn your MBA online in Nigeria with an American university licensed in Washington DC
- One of America's most affordable 100% online MBA, just $180/month
- An ultra-flexible distance learning masters degree for professionals
- Learn only the most relevant industry skills – stand out and be future-ready!
More about Nexford’s online MBA programs
Are you an experienced professional looking to advance with an MBA degree program? Perhaps you’re an early career professional wanting to kick-start your career with a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) or an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) in Business? The choice is yours. Choose your program and submit your details to find out more about Nexford's fully online programs.
Nexford University distance masters in Nigeria
Get your 100% online MBA in Nigeria from one of America's most affordable universities. Spend an average of $3,240 on your online MBA.
Complete a fully online MBA in as little as 15 months. Work through the program at a flexible pace. The faster you finish, the more money you save.
Support & choice
With 26 courses on offer, personalizing your distance MBA is easy. Get support at every stage with a dedicated team of success advisors and faculty.
Straying away from outdated, traditional higher education models, Nexford's MBA arms you with the relevant skills you need for the world of work.
Globally affordable MBA degrees online
Why is our online MBA in Nigeria so affordable?
Nexford makes exceptional higher education more accessible. What’s the cost of an MBA in Nigeria? Our distance learning MBA program in Nigeria costs $180/month because:
- Monthly tuition is tailored to your market
- You only pay for the time it takes to complete your online Master
- Study is conducted 100% online, you pay for the MBA course, not the campus.
Choose to graduate at our ceremony in Washington DC, or at home with your family and friends. Wherever you celebrate, you'll get a globally recognized, accredited MBA degree.
Study an accredited online MBA
Ready to take the next step in your career? Study an accredited fully online masters degree at Nexford University in Nigeria. With the chance to graduate in Washington DC, in the USA after completing your distance learning MBA.
Nexford University is licensed under the Degree Granting Institution Rules of the District of Columbia, by the District of Columbia Education Licensure Commission. Nexford University is also accredited by ASIC, and Nexford's Roadmap to Success course is recognized by Quality Matters for its commitment to quality assurance.
With online learning there are no rigidities, there are no barriers. It is online learning that gives you a global perspective.
MBA courses & competencies
A Nexford online MBA is designed for experienced professionals, ready to move forward in life. Perhaps you’re pivoting from one career to another or accelerating in your current trajectory. Your remote master degree comprises of the following courses, so that you gain the skills and competencies needed to succeed:
Business Foundation Courses:
If you don't have an undergraduate degree in a business-related field, you’ll be required to complete the Business Foundations courses as a prerequisite to starting your MBA program:
- Culture in a Global Business Environment
- Global Marketing Practices
- Applied Economics and Statistics
- International Legal Environment of Business
Relevant and applicable courses giving you the competencies you need for a successful business career. Our core courses are a response to the emerging needs of a highly-skilled, future-focused workforce:
If you don't choose a specialization, you'll choose two courses from the electives listed below. Our elective courses are inspired by the world's current issues and the areas shaping the future of worldwide business:
- Global business
- Data science
- Digital transformation
With a Nexford MBA, you have the choice to earn your degree with a specialization. Opt to study courses that concentrate your knowledge in a particular area, and gain the skills you need to succeed in your career:
- Doing business across the world
- Enabling e-commerce
- Advanced AI & the future of automation
- Managing hyperconnectivity
Online MBA industry projects
While studying your American MBA online, you’ll learn through real-life industry projects with top companies across various sectors
- Engage in projects from today’s world, not yesterday’s
- Receive 24/7 support during your study
- Get personalized subjective feedback on your submissions to facilitate improvement
Business Case for Change: Tesla
You take the role as a consultant and develop a business case for change to determine where AI supersedes the need for humans in certain functional areas.
Pitch Deck: Beyond Meat
Using Beyond Meat as a model for Food and Agribusiness, you develop a comprehensive pitch deck for Raising Funding for a Food and Agribusiness Venture.
Robotics Roadmap Presentation: 3M
You assume the role of a Senior Executive of at 3M and present a roadmap for deploying robotics and show impact on cognitive agents.
Latest news from Nexford
Fadl Al Tarzi discusses Nexford University’s next growth phase following considerable popularity across Africa
As a next-generation American university that is tech-enabled, Nexford University is positively impacting lives around the world, particularly here in Africa. In June this year, the company announced a $10.8 million pre Series A funding round which was led by Dubai-based Global Ventures. Since then, Nexford University has launched new products in readiness for its next growth phase.
Graduating 200 MBA students a milestone for Nexford University – Country Director
Two hundred pioneer students recently bagged their Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree from Nexford University in Lagos in what has been described as a milestone for the institution.
Ezekwesili, others canvass PPP in tertiary education funding
Advisory board member of Nexford University, Mrs Obiageli Ezekwesili, has canvassed public-private partnership in Nigeria’s education sector. The country’s former Minister of Education said this at the graduation of the university’s first class of Nigerian MBA students.