Nigeria’s best private university, Covenant, on Wednesday, September 26, 2018, took a leap to the upper reaches of history by becoming the highest ranked Nigerian university in the prestigious world universities ranking of the Times Higher Education (THE).
Covenant is planning to increase the admission slots for postgraduate students and reduce the undergraduate intakes into the University, says the Vice-Chancellor, Professor AAA. Atayero.
Covenant’s Women Development and Human Security Initiatives (CU-WDHSI) research cluster has launched a programme aimed at providing women and children with the requisite skills needed to actualise 5 of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in their local community.
Budding media practitioners have been challenged to tell the stories of Nigeria, Africa and their indigenous cultures to impact the world positively, as the capacity and wherewithal to do this was key to revolutionising the nation.
Africa’s best private university, Covenant, and the Nigerian Foundries Limited (NFL) have opened a new chapter in the partnership between them by collaborating on the production of an innovative product known as the butterfly valve and remarkably, the first of its kind in Nigeria.
Keynote Speakers at the 1st International Women’s Multidisciplinary Conference, organised by the Covenant-Faculty Women’s Advance (FWA), have unequivocally declared that women in the academia and industry must multitask, be creative, step out of their comfort zone, and get involved in politics among others if they were to get the advancement desired.
Students of Mechanical Engineering at Covenant have been urged to be proficient in both the theoretical and practical aspects of their studies to emerge as well-rounded graduates, because they could get a good job with an excellent degree or qualification but would not sustain it with the degree or qualification.
Covenant University has emerged winner of the 2018 United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) Global People’s Summit by offering what was adjudged the best presentation on how Sustainable Developments Goals (SDGs) could be realized.
Covenant stands out again among peers as the University has been selected to host the African Development Bank’s (AfDB) Coding for Employment Centre of Excellence.
An expert in the field of Biochemistry, Mr. Oriyomi Adetunji, has said that a major function of Biochemists was to improve the quality of life and processes.