Economic experts within and outside Africa have identified provision of infrastructure, education, industrialization, diversification of the economy and foreign investment as opposed to portfolio investment among others, as factors necessary for sustainable and inclusive African growth.
Nobel Laureate Advocates for Adequate Training and Education as Keys to Addressing Imbalance in Global Markets
The current imbalance in the global market, as it affects emerging economies in Africa, can be reduced by raising the skill levels of the low-skilled workers of the budding economies through adequate education, so as to have international matching opportunities.
Reputable economists, industrialists and academics from around the world who gathered at the just concluded Covenant University 1st International Conference on African Development Issues (CU-ICADI) have commended the University for taking a bold stand towards helping Africa come out of the woods.
The zero tolerance policy on examination malpractice by the Examination and Timetable Committee of Covenant University has started yielding huge dividends, as the number of cases of examination misconduct dropped significantly at the just concluded Omega Semester.
They had an idea during their undergraduate days at Covenant University and the idea has metamorphosed into what is now known as 360° POSH Limited, a branding, advertising, brand content push, research and consulting outfit.
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.