Covenant University hosted Wayne State University this week at the Vice-Chancellor’s office in Canaanland Ota.
A marketing team from GistMate Communications Ltd, made a presentation tagged ‘Strategic Partnership on Digital Marketing Training’ to the Covenant University management this week at the Vice-Chancellor’s Conference Room in Canaanland Ota, Ogun State.
“Books are vehicles for transferring knowledge over generations; you can deconstruct the past and understand the difficult geopolitics through books. Books also help to construct and acts as an instrument of social engineering. If you want to change somebody’s behavioural pattern, expose the person to books. Books heal emotionally”.
Since 2010, the United Nation (UN) has recognised and celebrated every April 23 as the English Language Day. According to the world body, English, along with French, is one of the two working languages of the United Nations Secretariat, and one of the Organization's six official and working languages.
In a quiet and cosy hall, with furniture properly arranged and organised, students marched in. They were corporately dressed with their evaluation forms, writing materials and their Identification cards conspicuously displayed before they were admitted into the examination hall. It is the Omega Semester Examination at Covenant University.
The Vice-Chancellor of Covenant University has indicated the University’s readiness to commence an Executive programme in Entrepreneurial Studies as a trial of the University’s readiness to deliver maximally on its e-Learning system of education.
Covenant University, through her Community Development Impact Initiative Committee (CU-CDIIC) marked the 2014 World Health Day by reaching out to the under-privileged in the University’s host community.
After three days of an intense resource verification exercise by a five-man accreditation panel from the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN), the preliminary reports of the team has commended the level and depth of resources available in the Department of Accounting in Covenant University.
After weeks of intense training on leadership, its challenges, decision-making and national development, graduating students of Covenant University are expected to engage in case study situations as a group and proffer practical solutions to cases that border on leadership and development.
For the second time running, First Class graduates of Covenant University have emerged tops in the Presidential Special Scholarship Scheme for Innovation and Development (PRESSID) with 19 out of 200 candidates.