Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) have been identified as a potential catalyst for meeting the nation’s growing economic and social challenges associated with youth unemployment. The Managing Partner/CEO, R&S Consulting Limited, Lagos, Dr. Samuel Olufemi, made this assertion at the Covenant University’s Banking & Finance Department’s 6th Town & Gown seminar held on Tuesday, January 26, 2016.
With the goal to increase academic prowess and welfare on campus, particularly among the students, the Faculty Support Programme (FSP), recently organised a lecture series tagged “Maximizing My Stay on Campus,” for the students at the University Chapel.
- Covenant University Health Centre Enlightens Community
With the recent outbreak of Lassa Fever in the country, Covenant University Health Centre has taken it upon its self through its Disease Prevention and Control Unit, to educate the University community and the environs on the preventive measures against Lassa fever.
In order to have a competitive edge in global marketing, students of the Department of Business Management, Covenant University, were recently introduced to the new trends in the marketing profession at the Town and Gown Seminar held at the Centre for Entrepreneurial Development Studies (EDS) of the University.
The need to adequately prepare for a target sector of the economy and value adding proposition has been identified as the sure way to secure employment or business appointment with any organisation.
The study of Sociology can help foster the creativity, innovation, critical thinking, analytical problem solving and communication skills of students, which would play a key role in developing a successful banking career. This was the submission of Mr. Davidson Regha, the General Manager, Heritage Bank Plc, and keynote presenter at the Covenant University’s Department of Sociology Town & Gown on Friday, January 22, 2016.
The accreditation certificate of the National Institute of Marketing of Nigeria (NIMN) was officially presented to Covenant University on Wednesday, January 27, 2016. The Registrar of the Institute, Mr. Sidney Ogodo, presented the certificate to the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Charles Ayo in his office.
New Faculty and Senior Non-Teaching Staff of Covenant University have been advised to make the University their home, embrace spirituality and the work ethics in order to maximize their stay at the institution.
The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Charles Ayo, gave the advice while presenting a paper titled, “Vision 10:2022: A Review,” at the orientation programme organised for them by the University on Thursday, January 28, 2016. The theme was “Innovation, Nation Building and Product Development.”
Covenant University students of the Department of Physics have been enlightened on the robust career pathways in the IT sector at the just concluded Town and Gown seminar, held at the College of Science and Technology conference room recently.
A team of experts from the Chartered Institute of StockBrokers (CIS), recently, enlightened Faculty, Staff and Students of College of Business and Social Sciences on the benefits of being a professional stockbroker for those wishing to start or progress their career within the securities and investment industry.