Challenges faced by the girl-child in the cause of her search for the golden fleece and socio-economic relevance were once again brought to the fore, at a recent event organised to commemorate the 2018 International Women’s Day, with the Guest Speaker, Barr. Timipre Wolo, reiterating that girl-child education is one of the strongest tools for development and progress in any nation.
As budding Estate Surveyors and Valuers (ESVS), students of Estate Management at Covenant University, Ota, have been charged to begin to learn and understand the business of the profession. They were also enjoined to think and act as business professionals.
Covenant University’s product, Pawka Beverage was adjudged overall best at the recently concluded second edition of the Technology and Innovation Expo 2018, organised by the Federal Ministry of Science and Technology in Abuja.
Career, business, relationship and family life were the recurring theme at the 2018 Proverbs 31 Woman Conference. The 2-day conference was recently organised by female executive members of Covenant Students’ Council for all female students of the University. It was geared at shaping virtuous Christian women with the fear of the Lord, who will emerge as change agents in career, business and family life.
Endorsement of the engineering programmes of Covenant University by the International Engineering Alliance (IEA) and the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) will ensure global recognition for the University and graduates of her engineering programmes as well as certify their professional competence.
The Director of Claims and Payment, Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation (NDIC), Mr. Olujide Iyanda, has stated that the corporation has been living up to its responsibility and has re-imbursed depositors one hundred percent in some of the failed bank cases in the country.
The Management of Covenant University has offered its support to efforts by the National Universities Commission (NUC) to identify and address problems in the higher education landscape of the country.
As an Architect, the ability to negotiate, particularly, financial negotiation in order to remain in business was the centre of discussion at the Town and Gown Seminar of the Department of Architecture, Covenant University, Ota.
A non-governmental organisation, Youth Initiative for Advocacy, Growth, and Advancement (YIAGA) and the MacArthur Foundation have commended Covenant University for the successful participation of her students in the recently held South-West zone of the Bounce Corruption Public Integrity Debate Competition.
The universality of the human capital resource has been identified as one of the most significant imports of globalisation, which has made organizations to have unfettered access to new pool of human capital from any area in the world.