Our Programme Structures are as follows:

Curriculum Delivery MethodologyEntrepreneurship education is an activity based curriculum and the courses are to be delivered in a variety of ways combining classroom and computer-assisted instructions, community and practical workplace delivery approach.  


Course Work Using innovative teaching methods to improve students’ creativity and analytic way of solving real life problems – practical coaching approach. It is important to introduce students to theoretical knowledge of the business skills. Theoretical entrepreneurship courses will be done through simulation of business environment to allow students acquire skills in the following areas:  


  • Nurturing Business Ideas


  • Innovation, Creativity and Invention


  • Financing Entrepreneurial Ventures


  • Cash Flow Management


  • Business Start-up Skill


  • E-Commerce and Entrepreneurship


  • Talent Management


  • Sales and Marketing Planning


  • Information and Communication Technology


  • Vocational Skills Development


Experiential learning – Students will be allowed to learn through experiencing activities by performing and doing the task, then sharing the results, reactions, observations by discussing and analysing the experience and then connecting the experience with real world situation and examples; and finally applying what was learnt to similar or different situation.  


Mentoring– The Centre shall adopt training delivery method, by identifying successful business leaders for the purpose of students through interactions through live seminal/workshops and on online platform.


Twinning – Students will be organized to have real world industry experience through twinning business ventures / projects established by the Centre.


Work Study Program – The curriculum will be laced with work study programs and business partnerships. Efforts would be made to establish connections with community organizations that support entrepreneurship. Through this, Students would be provided with an opportunity to experience the optional work- study component through appropriate placements. Work- Study Preparation and Follow-up activities would be covered prior to and following the Work Study module.


On Vocational Skills Development, the Centre would be starting with the following trades:

         Fashion Designing

         Hair-dressing (with Manicure and Pedicure)

         Furniture and Woodwork

         Catering and Confectionery Services (incorporating Pop Corn production)

         General Electrical (Computer Repairs, GSM and general Electrical installation)


         Leather Works and shoe making

         Masonry and Building

         Screen Printing and graphic Arts



         Web Design.

Agro business such as Grass Cutter Rearing, Flory Culture, Maize Farming, Cassava cultivation and Garri Processing as well as Mushroom seeds culturing and cultivation shall be encouraged in Ikole Campus. Other business areas such as Painting and Interior Decoration, Fruit juice as well as Block making are also parts of the programme being envisaged by the Centre in due course.

Finally, the Centre is also expected to bid for jobs within and outside the University and allow students to be involved in the execution of such jobs.


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