“I Want To Say That I Have Known The Father’s Love And God Has Been Good To Me,” Professor Aize Obayan, on her birthday.
Covenant University (CU), on February 27, 2015, signed a partnership agreement with the Songhai Centre (SC) in Porto-Novo, Benin Republic. The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was to create a platform for collaboration between CU and SC, with a view to further the entrepreneurship interests of both parties.
In planning and promoting sales of products to the right market, students of the Department of Business Management have been enlightened on the need for effective merchandizing to produce intended sales in the economy. This was done at a departmental seminar held at the College of Business and Social Sciences Conference Room.
With the increase in population and unending drive for development of residential, retail and commercial properties in Nigeria, students of the Department of Estate Management have been enlightened on the numerous employment opportunities in the industry, at the departmental seminar held at the College of Science and Technology Conference Room.
University Managers have been called upon to actively seek opportunities to create and share knowledge through research and entrepreneurial activities along with academic programmes to enhance the students’ experience.
Students of the Department of Accounting have been urged to enroll in professional programmes and engage in self-development to enhance their relevance in the Oil and Gas, Agriculture, Telecoms and Marketing sectors, among others.
“Entrepreneurship is not just about philanthropy; it is about making money and making it big.”
A Consultant, Mr Olufemi Ayankoya, has identified Mathematics as the mechanism for the accurate calculation of insurance premiums and provision of foundation for the insurance transaction.
“The use of a unified database to store data for various system modules has been recognized as a key ingredient of most Enterprise Resource Planning.”
Staff and students of the Department of Civil Engineering have been enlightened on the use of new developed application software for better supervision and monitoring of building constructions in project management. This was done at a departmental seminar held at the Department of Civil Engineering Conference Room.