The Vice-Chancellor, Covenant, Professor AAA. Atayero, has tasked new graduates of the University’s African Leadership Development Centre (ALDC) with the responsibility of impacting their environment to justify their new status as leaders.
Following Covenant's debut in the Times Higher Education World University Ranking 2019, where she ranked 601-800 globally
Covenant University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) are partnering on a pathway to MicroMasters Degrees in some programmes of both world-class institutions.
From 2019/2020 cycle, Covenant University will host the prestigious Queen Elizabeth Commonwealth Scholarships (QECS).
One of Nigeria’s foremost news publications, Business Day Newspapers, has commended Covenant for her historic feat of attaining world-class status at a relatively young age, excellence in the field of Research and production of quality graduates.
Covenant University has emerged the topmost Nigerian Institution by publication volume for the year 2018.
Governments and the private sector in Nigeria and Africa must invest more in education as a solution to the problem of high fertility and rapid population growth, a senior faculty at Covenant, Professor Patrick Edewor, has advocated (https://goo.gl/61JU2Y).
Covenant and the University of Texas, Austin, are considering the feasibility of a partnership between the two institutions on postgraduate and research exchange opportunities.
With the roads globally facing ever-changing and increasing set of uncertainties as a result of varied human, environmental and technological advancement, having the right tools and the use of digital technology in addressing these uncertainties would significantly alienate the risk of road hazards and crashes.
It was another good news for Covenant University, as it made the list of top 10 Nigerian institutions by publication volume since its inception. It was also the only private university in that category.