Investment in human capital has been identified as the key to sustainable economy.
Investment One, a financial service limited, on Wednesday, April 30, 2014, launched Covenant University Chapter of Investment Club and inducted some students of the University.
About 30 Postgraduate students and five resource persons from 12 countries of the world are currently participating in the on-going International workshop on Bioinformatics hosted by Covenant University, Ota.
Covenant University in partnership with Lincoln University, Brayford Pool, Lincoln, United Kingdom, held an interactive sensitization workshop for Mass Communication undergraduate students of Covenant University on Friday, April, 24th, 2014.
Covenant University has not relented in her tireless efforts to drive her striking vision ‘one of ten-in-ten.’ Since the inception of this great institution in 2002, it has been blazing trails in the higher educational sector in Nigeria and across Sub-Saharan Africa, and with the number of accolades building up in its archives; the entire world would soon be its playing field.
“The idea that CU was designed to be a leading University, not only in Nigeria, not even in Africa, but to come within the league of world Universities makes it mandatory for it to put a great premium on research” – Dr. David Oyedepo
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.