The Chancellor and Chairman, Board of Regents, Covenant University, Dr. David O. Oyedepo, has attributed the recent accomplishments by the University in the field of research to God’s hand manifesting itself in the various research works of faculty members of the University.
Excitement filled the air at both public and private schools in Ota, Ogun State when Covenant University, Ota, distributed First Aid Boxes as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility.
Admission into the postgraduate programmes of Covenant University for 2017/2018 academic session has commenced, with the screening of prospective students for the various programmes advertised by the School of Postgraduate Studies.
2017/2018 Admission into Full Time Undergraduate Degree Programmes is in progress.
In its 15 years, Covenant University has powered its way up the country’s research rankings and is looking to compete internationally
Covenant University is a very unique university. The drive for excellence in teaching and research is palpable as evidenced by their support for faculty research activities, hosting of Carnegie fellows, and community engagement activities.
A joint professor, Department of Radiation Oncology and Pharmacy, University of Florida, and associate director/program leader, University of Florida Health Cancer Center, Professor Folakemi Odedina, recently paid a courtesy visit to the Vice-Chancellor, Covenant University, Professor AAA. Atayero.
Zenith Life Assurance Limited has proposed to the Management of Covenant University, a School Fees Protection Plan, otherwise known as the ‘Child Education Plan’, designed to ensure that the education of a child does not come to a halt in the eventuality of the death or permanent incapacitation of the parent or guardian.
Covenant University and Lead360 Nigeria, a firm that partners with universities in Africa to help students transform their education and aspirations into meaningful work, have deliberated on the possibility of setting up a career centre in the University.
Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus – a chronic condition that affects metabolism of glucose in the body – now affects over 4.7 million Nigerians aged 20-79 years, a study has suggested.