Covenant University and Danvic Petroleum International, an indigenous oil and gas service company with specialty in training young professionals in the areas of geology and geophysics, are working on the feasibility of signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on a mutually beneficial relationship that ultimately will improve the employability of CU graduates.
Students of Covenant University have been urged to set good values for themselves in their quest for a life of greatness, because the values they internalise and embrace will be a determining factor of how great they will be in life.
In a recent town and Gown seminar of the Department of Sociology, in Covenant University, a professional in Sociological dynamics, Dr. Israel Oladimeji, called on Sociology students to focus on acquiring skills and assets which would give them leverage in the job market on graduation.
Organisers of the David Oyedepo Day of Service, popularly called DODOS say this year’s (2016) edition shall be inclusive with the introduction of more projects and participation of individuals and corporate organisations.
Members of the Covenant University Chapter of Enactus, an international nonprofit organisation dedicated to inspiring students to improve the world through entrepreneurial action, have distinguished themselves on their maiden outing at the Enactus National Competition where they emerged second runners-up.
The Chancellor of Covenant University, Dr. David O. Oyedepo, has charged newly promoted Faculty members of the university to rededicate themselves to the discharge of their responsibilities as there is no end to going upwards.
“The uniqueness of the Covenant University Culture is predicated on the Strength of our Core Values. A proper understanding of our Core Values would ensure your successful stay at Covenant University.”
A call has gone to the Federal Government to ensure the removal of administrative bottle necks on the paths of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) towards accessing funds in order to enhance their contributions to economic growth.
An assessment of readiness of Sub-Saharan Africa to embrace Internet of Things identifies yawning gaps in the region’s capacity.
A research by CU Faculty suggests a change in government economic policy for the benefit of the majority