The Chancellor, Covenant University, Dr. David Oyedepo, has urged the students to think of unlimited possibilities around them and believe God in order to achieve their set goals in the New Year.
Microsoft’s IT Academy visited Covenant University on Monday, January 4, 2016, to further deliberate on the ongoing plans of the two institutions to start an IT training and certification programme in the University. This is geared towards preparing the students adequately to meet challenges in the society on graduation.
Faculty and Staff of Covenant University have been charged to be more committed to their various assignments for outstanding accomplishment as the University resumed for the Omega (Second) Semester of the 2015/2016 Academic Session.
Covenant University’s Vice-Chancellor, Professor Charles Ayo, has disclosed that the University would continue to set the pace in the country’s health sector by working on health initiatives and assisting professionals in bringing solutions to health challenges in the country. He made this known at a medical conference theme, “The 2014 National Health Act” organised by Ace Medical Clinics Limited on Tuesday, December 15, 2015 at the African Leadership Development Centre, Covenant University.
Covenant University’s research products have once again dominated research and invention exhibition fairs in faraway Brazil and South Korea where the University bagged grand awards for invention of latest technologies that promote creative, happy human and smart cities.
Covenant University closed the year 2015 in a grand style as some academic departments, faculty and staff were rewarded for their outstanding performance during the year and particularly the 2015/2016 Alpha Semester.
Covenant University alumni and friends gathered at the Victoria Crown Plaza Hotel in Victoria Island on December 5, to build a powerful and influential network of business men and women in an interactive session.
To consolidate Covenant University’s effort towards achieving its great vision to join the league of world-class universities by 2022, a team from Covenant University’s Directorate of Industry Partnership, visited Tower Group, a pioneering leader in aluminum products in Nigeria and West Africa. The purpose of the visit which took place on Wednesday, December 2, 2015, was to explore a possible collaboration with the group.
Covenant University officially received a patent licence of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, via one of the University’s research clusters, conferring the right or title to exclude others from making, using, or selling her invention, ‘Zeolite Y’, under the Patent and Designs Act.
A team from Q21 Solutions, an event planning and management company, approached Covenant University on Friday, November 27, 2015, to discuss partnership possibilities between the two parties in the areas of event hosting, planning and management.