Many marveled at the quality of works on display when students, other than those studying Creative Art, showcased their artistic designs to the public during the Talent and Creative Skills Exhibition programme commemorating the College of Science and Technology and College of Engineering Week of Covenant University, Ota, Ogun State.
Postgraduate students of Covenant University will soon begin to obtain Certificates in Leadership and French Language in addition to their degree certificates. The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Charles Ayo, made this known at a meeting between the students and the University management on Monday, February 29, 2016.
The stock market may not have fully bounced back to the high level it attained a few years ago before crashing due to the global economic meltdown. Experts and experienced investors still believe it holds enormous opportunities for anyone to build wealth.
The Covenant University’s College Week activities for 2015/2016 Academic Session were heralded with special hymn rendition by faculty and staff of the four colleges of the University during the Chapel service of Tuesday, March 1, 2016.
Covenant University and German Agency for International Cooperation will soon commence hands-on training and skill acquisition in Renewable Energy for school leavers, artisans, technicians and engineers in order to provide alternative energy to Nigerians.
Covenant University students have been admonished on the danger of indiscriminate use of drugs and the imperative of channeling their youthful energies into very productive ventures for a glorious future.
The future relevance of the discipline of Political Science rests on the capacity of the Nigerian political scientists to achieve a critical intercourse between theoretical foundations of the discipline and the practical realities of the postcolonial Nigerian state, a political scientist Dr. Tunji Olaopa has advocated.
Covenant University prepares to enter into partnership with Ashok Layland, a company that has been in the commercial industry sector as a technology leader for over six decades. The company’s products range spans from 2.5 T GVW (Gross Vehicle Weight) to 49T GVW (Gross Trailer Weight) in trucks, from 18 Seaters to 80 Seaters in buses, defence vehicles and a host of special application vehicles and diesel engines for automotive, industrial, gen-set and marine applications.
Covenant University played host to the Nigerian Society of Engineers (NSE), on February 24, 2016. The group which was hosted in the Vice-Chancellor’s conference room was made up of an eleven man team, led by a seasoned executive member of the association, Engr. Akin Akintola.
The Chancellor of Covenant University, Dr. David Oyedepo, has described education as the crux of development in any nation. He made this statement while speaking at the fifth inaugural lecture of the University which took place on February 19, 2016, with the theme, ‘Sustainable Engineering: A Vital Approach to Innovative Product Development and Community Capacity Building.’