Publié le mercredi 22 septembre 2021, par Gabinho

Private higher education has been liberalized in Togo for over twenty-five years, thus promoting the emergence of Private Higher Education Schools, partners of the State in training with a view to preventing the massification of students in public universities. Le Privé came to lend a hand to the public in the face of the influx of students in the lecture halls. It is in this context that the Ecole Supérieure des Affaires (ESA) opened its doors in 2010 to support the State in its policy of relieving congestion in public universities and offering quality training to learners. Quality training with competent teachers, qualified for a quality diploma allowing students a rapid integration into the world of employment, this is the leitmotif of the Ecole Supérieure des Affaires (ESA). To reach the pole of excellence, it was necessary to put in place a management strategy capable of ensuring pedagogical and academic management. Two years after its creation, ESA opted for the quality approach, the objective is to implement a Quality Management System (QMS) in order to guarantee the reliability, safety and quality of its diplomas.
Through this Quality Management system, ESA diplomas are secured, recognized by the Word Education Service (Service Mondial d’Equivalence) of the United States and Canada and Campus France which validate ESA diplomas allowing ESA students to continue their studies internationally. Securing ESA diplomas is a determining factor for its Founder Director General. This is how the diplomas awarded are always deserved and reflect the competence of the learners. The cases of false statements authenticated by the competent services of the ESA were brought before the courts empowered to rule on forgery and use of forgery. The secure system is in place to allow verification of any ESA academic document in order to ensure its authenticity and to dismantle the networks of counterfeiters. For a quality diploma, you need quality teachers and training offers that meet the demands of the job market. ESA thus has Exceptional Class Professors, Full Professors, Associate Professors, Lecturers, Assistant Masters, Doctors from Partner Universities and Schools and Professional teachers with more than ten years of experience. The CAMES accreditation of 18 ESA diplomas including (9) Professional Masters and (9) Professional Licenses, sufficiently shows its desire to have its diplomas recognized by the CAMES authorities in order to facilitate the mobility of its learners in the CAMES space.
Indeed, among the training offers of ESA, ten make it a particularity, in particular Quality Safety Environment, Diplomacy Protocol and Public Relations, Management of Sports Organizations, Agro-Business, Project Management and Procurement etc ...... . Are innovative streams in addition to the traditional streams available at ESA. Professional training combining theory with practice, to enable learners to be operational once they have obtained their diploma. To do this, internships are granted to students at the end of their cycle to be able to touch the realities in business. Company visits and conferences are organized periodically. Students are also followed after graduation for their integration into the world of employment. A platform is then created especially to facilitate the implementation of this initiative. ESA certainly trains, but mobilizes its resources to ensure the integration of its graduates. ESA has an exceptional environment that meets international standards and CAMES standards for quality training. Thus, two buildings were erected, one of which was to the south of Lomé in the Super-Taco district with a height of six (6) levels with elevator, having a theater amphitheater, air-conditioned rooms with surveillance cameras, a infirmary for free treatment of sick students. North of Lomé, is the second site located in the Agoè-nyivé gbonvé district with eight (8) high levels also equipped with an elevator, air-conditioned rooms with surveillance cameras, an infirmary meeting CAMES standards which takes care of charges students in case of illness, play areas such as football, volleyball, basketball etc.…
ESA is a benchmark school in Togo and in the sub-region, which is why Universities and Grandes Ecoles have forged partnerships, in particular the Universiapolis of Morocco, the African Institute of Management (IAM) of Senegal, Huston Tilloston of Texas of the United States, University of Abomey-Calavi of Benin, the Polytechnic of the University of Abomey-Calavi, the National School of Applied Economics and Management (ENEAM) of Benin, the Faculty of Agronomic Sciences (FSS) of the University of Abomey-Calavi, the University of Douala in Cameroon etc …
In order to allow the mobility of learners and teachers and to offer quality training to ESA students. In eleven (11) years of existence, ESA has signed twelve (12) international partnerships and obtained (21) honorary distinctions including the Arch Prize of Europe in Frankfurt in Germany, the Quality Crown Prize in London in England, the Palme d’or for the Best, most dynamic and most innovative school in the training sector in UEMOA, the Palme d’Or for the best, most dynamic and innovative school in the education sector in Togo, the Excellence Award for Quality in Togo, to name a few. It is this feat and determination that propelled ESA to the "Top Position", Leader in private higher education in Togo. This meteoric development of ESA to rise among the top ranks of private higher education institutions in Togo aroused jealousy. This is how crooked people go through journalists to write articles against ESA in order to destabilize it. Unfounded allegations aimed at damaging its image. Recently, we have seen black hands behind articles published on websites and social networks to discredit. Indeed, ESA wishes to inform everyone that the authors of its articles will answer for their acts before the competent courts. Thus, ESA today translated the Managers of the Journal LE REPUBLICAIN-INFOS and the website before the Public Prosecutor, and also referred the matter to the High Authority for Audiovisual and Communication (HAAC) and the Togolese Media Observatory (OTM) so that the truth comes out and the sponsors are exposed.