Manchester Varsity Seeks Partnership with Covenant on Intelligent Infrastructure
Manchester Metropolitan University, UK, has proposed possible partnership with Covenant on Cyber Security and Intelligent Infrastructure in general.
A team led by the Head, Research and Knowledge Exchange, School of Engineering, Manchester Metropolitan University, Professor Bamidele Adebisi, presented the proposal on Tuesday, August 21, 2018, when they paid the Management of Covenant, a courtesy visit.
Professor Adebisi, an expert in Intelligent Infrastructure Systems, expressed the wish of the UK institution to work with Covenant to change the world.
The Vice-Chancellor of Covenant University, Professor AAA. Atayero, in his remarks said the University was glad to receive organisations that believed in disruptive methods of achieving success as Covenant. The University, he stated, was all out to make a mark and set worthy examples for generations coming, by setting a pace in education, leadership and research endeavours.
He said the vision of Covenant is to raise a new generation of leaders in order to change Africa and, indeed, impact the world.’ Professor Atayeropointed out that it would require functional, productive and disruptive partnerships with like-minded institutions likeManchesterMetropolitan University to make it happen.
Earlier in his comments, the Head, Department of Electrical and Information Engineering, Professor Anthony Adoghe, who represented the Dean, College of Engineering, Professor David Omole, commended the development between ManchesterMetropolitan and Covenant. He expressed optimism that it would lead to outstanding results for both universities.
The meeting was also attended by the Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Professor Akan Williams; Director, financial services, Mr.Paul Uwajeh and other members of the College of Engineering.