Covenant, West Africa’s No. 1 University, continues to receive validation for her research endeavours courtesy of the impressive scholarly outputs of her authors. No less than 134 authors of the institution made the Top 500 of Nigerian Authors Ranking recently released by SciVal. This online tool offers quick, easy access to the research performance of 7,000 research institutions and 220 nations worldwide using bibliometrics.
Educational Technology (EdTech) companies will become more prominent in the development of talents in the post-coronavirus pandemic era, the Vice-Chancellor, Covenant University, Professor AAA. Atayero has asserted.
Covenant University has through her Community Development Impact Initiative Committee (CU-CDIIC) continued to sensitize residents of Ota community and environs, in Ado-Odo/Ota Local Government Area, Ogun State, on the need to adhere to established medical directives towards slowing the spread of the dreaded Coronavirus.
Covenant’s Scholarly Output in Business, Management, and Accounting Since 2014 Surpasses that of 54 other Nigerian Institutions Combined!
Evidence that the focus on research by the current administration at Covenant University has been a tremendous success has continued to manifest in the excellent positions occupied by the University when ranked with other institutions.
Covenant’s Scholarly Output in Engineering since 2014 surpasses that of 65 other Nigerian Institutions Combined!
West Africa’s No. 1 University, Covenant, has once again done the seemingly unattainable, with the performance of the young institution in the just-released ranking of universities with the most scholarly output in Engineering sure to leave not a few awe-struck.
Covenant’s Scholarly Output in Computer Science since 2014 surpasses that of 72 other Nigerian Institutions Combined
There are no limitations to what God can do in the life of an individual or an institution, which is exemplified by the seemingly unattainable feats Covenant University continues to accomplish in the rather short time of her existence.
To the glory of God, West Africa’s foremost University, Covenant, has maintained her reputation as the private tertiary institution with the best offer in terms of Quality Education in Nigeria.
The Living Faith Church Worldwide (LFCW), parent body of the No. 1 tertiary institution in West Africa, Covenant University, has donated ambulances, test kits, and personal protective device (PPE) to the Lagos and Ogun State governments, to assist in the fight against the coronavirus (COVID-19) scourge in Nigeria.
It will take the combination of the theological, metaphysical, and the scientific to address the scourge of coronavirus currently ravaging most parts of the world, a Covenant University faculty has postulated.
A budgeting system excessively focused on allocation of resources rather than revenue generation due to overdependency on supposed available oil wealth is doomed to fail with a non-performing budget.