To be globally relevant and competitive, budding Architects have been advised to go for experience before money, as money could not buy experience. They were also told to start as apprentice under a chartered Architect before launching out into the world of business.
Farmers, exporters and other stakeholders in the value chain of the agricultural commodity industry in Nigeria, have been urged to adhere to relevant international food code of practice and standards in order to guarantee a problem-free export of final produce.
Covenant University and the National Instruments (NI), United States, in association with Quanser, have reached an understanding on the procurement of equipment for the proposed Centre of Excellence to be set up in the University.
Expert Suggests Ideal Policies, Financial Discipline as Solutions to Rising Cost of Projects Delivery
Builders have to imbibe the ethics of team work; know something about architecture and pricing so that they can deliver projects that are optimal and of good quality to their clients, a Chartered Builder, Bldr. Solomon Oba, has advised.
Notwithstanding the seeming lack of commitment on the part of government to develop tourist attractions in the country, experts have encouraged graduates to latch onto opportunities that abound in the Nigerian tourism industry rather than searching for the elusive white collar jobs.
For Nigeria to be out of the current economic recession, she has to think Biotechnology because of its application to several areas of human endevours such as food, health, industry and climate change among others.
Covenant University has received plaudits for its pacesetting role and innovative strategies in the development of the entrepreneurial capacity of its students and people in the society at large.
Participants at the Town and Gown seminar series of the Department of Chemistry, Covenant University, Ota, have been told to be prepared for the world of work in any industry, particularly the Pharmaceutical industry.
Covenant University and the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) have agreed to take their discussions further on the proposed Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) for students of the University, with the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU).
The Vice-Chancellor of Paul University, Anambra State, Professor Uche Isiugo-Abanihe, has commended his Covenant University counterpart, Professor AAA. Atayero, for the “great work” being done by the institution.