Herald Agribusiness College (HAC) is a private Innovation Enterprise Institution (IEI) established in 2017. It offers competency based-skills and training in agribusiness and related courses at post-secondary levels to equip the youth as well as working adults with vocational skills and knowledge to meet the increasing demand for skilled manpower in the various sectors of the nation’s economy.

Herald Agribusiness College is established with the aim of moving graduates of the College from subsistence agriculture to commercial agriculture with a business orientation. The College is designed to be a place where theory and practice meet to produce agripreneurs for the Nigerian and global economy.

It fills a niche and meets the need for an innovation institution for skills in agricultural value chain. HAC’s produces manpower that will do agriculture as a business; can identify and utilize opportunities existing in the Nigerian and global agricultural sectors.

HAC is a place where theory and practice meet. Therefore, students spend only 30% of their time in class rooms, 40% gaining field experience in HAC Farms and other reputable farms and outfits affiliated with HAC, and the rest time doing independent business development using HAC Business Incubation facilities.

Objectives

  • Offer practical-oriented training that will lead to the award of Diplomas (Ordinary & Higher) and Certificates with specialization in preferred areas
  • Develop learners’ capacity to think creatively, critically and transform knowledge and skills into wealth and a broader economic base
  • Provide a platform to re-tool professionals, farmers, school leavers, public and organized private sector agricultural and other workers (i.e. update their knowledge and skills) with the skills and knowledge of market-oriented agriculture and agriculture value chain
  • Provide students interested in paid employment with the skills relevant to the needs of employers in the labour market
  • Be a demonstration centre on green agriculture
  • Unlock the potentials of agriculture in fighting poverty

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