In Africa, the territorial headquarters established by the Business School are in Sao Tome and Principe, although in quantitative terms, these are actually less prominent than the business representation of Equatorial Guinea.
The strategic plan authorized by the School management for this business representation is very ambitious and undoubtedly complex, but is being appropriately implemented by the people in charge. These headquarters offer face-to-face training, primarily in airports and air navigation.
The city of Malabo has been selected as the place to provide the training programmes in modern and convenient premises.
Equatorial Guinea, whose official name is Republic of Equatorial Guinea, is a Central African country that is defined in its constitution as an independent, unitary, social, democratic and republican state with a presidential government. Its territory is made up of seven counties. Its capital is the city of Malabo, formerly known as Santa Isabel.