Welcome to the FATE School Open Day Event!
Want to experience what it’s like to study at Nigeria’s top Entrepreneurship School? Interested in applying but have some questions? Join the FATE School Open Day on Feb 23 from wherever you are!
Visit the campus to learn about our world-class programs and the application process’s ins and outs and take a guided tour. Listen to a panel of Alumni and get a glimpse into what it’s like to study at the FATE School. Can’t travel to Lagos? No problem. Just tune in live and follow along. Join our information sessions and ask all your questions.
Sound good? Sign up now, and more details will be coming your way soon. We can’t wait to welcome you to the event and to see you at FATE School in 2023!
MEET THE DEAN
Mr. Adebambo Adebowale is the Dean and Director of the FATE School. As the Dean, Bambo oversees the strategic leadership and direction of the FATE School’s curriculum, programming and impact focused strategies across the school’s incubation, pre-incubation, owner-manager and accelerator programs.
Bambo brings to this role over 2 decades of experience in providing capacity building, mentoring and advisory support to the small and medium enterprise space in Nigeria including being a volunteer of the Foundation since 2002 where he has served as Faculty, Advisor, Mentor and Course Director across all our key flagship programs. His expertise includes business planning and strategic planning, financial management, investment readiness and growth advisory support to entrepreneurs. He is also the recipient of two FATE Annual Awards for Faculty and Advisor of the Year awards. He has over 25 years of experience in the corporate sector.
Prior to joining FATE Foundation, Bambo was the Head of Business Development at Mitsubishi Corporation, Nigeria & Ghana. His previous professional experiences included the UK Inland Revenue Service, PwC, and General Electric’s European Equipment Leasing Business.
Bambo is an active member of the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industries having previously Chaired the Auto & Allied Sector group. He serves on the Boards of a number of non-profit organisations as a trustee and director and also provides advisory support to businesses on venture capital, systems integration and automotive systems.
He is a lover of golf and cricket and farming. He played the character, Otunba Ayodeji in the Nollywood film, “2 weeks in Lagos”.
At FATE School we ensure that we allow everyone to experience the best entrepreneurship education available, our admission process is fair, equitable, and diverse, and we believe in diversity and inclusion in all our programmes and this informs why we attract a 50% gender balance class in 2022.
The admission process at FATE School is in 5 Stages
Apply: Interested applicants can apply to any of our programmes using our Application Platform (SOAR), they will need to sign up, fill out the application form and submit all requested documents.
Shortlist: All applications received are reviewed based on Eligibility Criteria, and the best candidates are shortlisted for the next stage.
Interview: Successfully shortlisted Candidates are then Invited for a 10–20-minute phone/video interview after which Successful candidates will be selected for each cohort of our programmes.
Offer: We send Admission offers via email to successful candidates that scale through our interview process, and they must accept the admission offer and conditions in the same, to be fully admitted to the programme
Onboard: We have an onboarding ceremony to onboard and welcome newly admitted students to the FATE School on the first day of their programmes.