A senior faculty at Covenant University, Professor Isaiah Olurinola has said that government’s commitment to the implementation of the national agenda for economic recovery and growth as articulated in the Economic and Recovery Growth Plan (ERGP) document, together with the active strategic support of the educational and research institutions, will assist in the process of transition of informal sector actors (ISAs) from the informal status to formality.
Students in the Department of Languages have been told that opportunities abound for them in every field of human endeavour, especially in the mass media business, as the core of their discipline offers them unlimited possibilities in the advertising industry.
Ability to deliver, in a purpose-driven world, is germane to being appreciated in any work environment, as organisations hunt more for value-adding employees who would act beyond the realm of job description to maintaining relevance and achieving success for the organization.
Accounting professionals have been charged to become more futuristic in the discharge of their professional assignment if they must maintain significance in the age of robotics and artificial intelligence.
How to invest in the Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) and take the advantages therein came to the fore on Monday, October 23, 2017, at the Town and Gown Interaction organised by the Department of Estate Management, Covenant University.
The Management and Control of Product Quality was the focus of interaction on Wednesday, October 25, 2017, at the Town and Gown Seminar of the Department of Chemistry, Covenant University, Ota.
Students of Computer and Information Sciences at Covenant University have been charged to take advantage of the benefits of becoming Certified Payment Professional, particularly those introduced by Interswitch Limited.
An Environmental and Analytical Chemist, Dr. John Paul Unyimadu has called on government at all levels, including their agencies as well as other stakeholders to adequately prepare, in order to effectively handle the management of all Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs) contaminations in Nigeria environment and ensure that no additional risks to human health and environment are taken.
One of the world's leading providers of audit, tax and advisory services, KPMG, has expressed its desire to get students of Covenant University to be part of the company’s new initiative, the Accounting Academy.
The Ota-Agbara Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture (OTAGCCIMA) wants to reestablish its longstanding relationship with Covenant University, President of the chamber, Engr. Akin Akingbade, has revealed.