Corporate Profile

Corporate Profile

Our international campuses, located in dynamic city centres, operate modern facilities to enhance students’ learning. Modern telecommunication facilities, including IT networking and internet links, ensure that whatever and whenever a student chooses to study, the total support of FTMSGlobal is available.

FTMSGlobal, established in 1986, is today in Asia and Africa. Its robust and dynamic structure has helped develop and expand its strategic divisions of Education and Training, eLearning, Management and Human Resource Consulting, Publishing, Corporate Outsourcing, eBusiness and IT services.

Our focus on professional and entrepreneurial development ensures that our students pass their examinations and build strong foundations to succeed in their careers. This focused approach has resulted in producing students with distinctions at all levels.

FTMSGlobal has a strong participative culture amongst its academics, staff and students. It’s research units ensure that a solid base of academic knowledge relevant to the everchanging world underpins its programmes.

FTMSGlobal’s focus on developing world-class standard education will ensure that its organisation will always be a leader.

Vision Statement
To be a World-Wide Premier Education and Training Provider.

Misson Statement
To provide excellent teaching, professional and entrepreneurial development, research and support services.
To create opportunities for scholars and graduates to build world-class businesses.

Core Values
To provide our services based on Honesty, Integrity, Respect, Trust, Ethics and Professionalism.

FTMS Service Guarantee Statement
Our service guarantees spell out our commitment to providing the best educational experience for students:

  • Qualified professional team of lectures
  • Comprehensive coverage of course syllabus and structure
  • Focus and comprehensive lecture materials
  • Conducive study environment
  • Accessible and strong student support services
  • Continuous feedback and redress mechanism