About PSCFM, Nigeria

Credit Management is a career continually on the rise around the world. Founded in 1995, the Postgraduate School of Credit and Financial Management (PSCFM) is a specialized private institution of higher learning, providing world class credit management education.

 The pursuit of career in Credit Management in Nigeria has come of age. The school seeks to provide an avenue for sound skills and knowledge acquisition in credit management that meet the current needs of the credit industry.

Managing, controlling and observing to get paid for business credit starts with laying a strong foundation of knowledge – the principles of credit management. That’s exactly what the student of Postgraduate School of Credit and Financial Management learn to do. PSCFM students enjoy the hospitality of PSCFM staff, meet many credit executives from various industries and also have the opportunity to learn about PSCFM’s operations and services during our once in a month Saturday lecture for one year.

The Postgraduate School of Credit and Financial Management (PSCFM) is already here for both today and future credit managers, producing a multi-skilled individual to perform diverse credit management functions for the economy.


Over the last 23 years, PSCFM has established itself as a specialist education institution for credit professionals and their executives at a time (and till this day) when no university and polytechnic have launched credit management programs in the country. The Postgraduate School of Credit and Financial Management (PSCFM) has paved the way for advanced-level credit management executive education, built on the foundation of expertise and the desire to meet the ever-changing demands placed on credit and financial professionals.

Of course, the PSCFM program places importance on all facets of credit management fundamentals. In the end, the objective of PSCFM is to be pragmatically complimentary to the experiences of credit professionals.

It’s the goal of PSCFM to make its students better credit managers

making them to have a larger toolbox with more tools to evaluate, assess, grant and monitor credit while minimizing risk to their employers. That is the benefit to both the students and their employer organizations