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10 Sep 2020
Vice-Chancellor, Lagos State University (LASU), Ojo, Prof. Olanrewaju Fagbohun (SAN) has urged staff and students to keep attracting world-class research opportunities and leading initiatives that would make the institution more globally competitive.   Fagbohun who spoke against the backdrop of the institution’s top ranking by the Times Higher Education (THE) said LASU’s position, as the…
7 Dec 2019
First, let me congratulate the executive secretary of NUC, Prof Abubakar Adamu Rasheed for the eagle eyes of the commission in picking out the blight of fake professors from the fabric...
7 Dec 2019
Professor of Economics in the Department of Economics and development Studies, Covenant University, Professor Philip Alege has advocated...
28 Oct 2019
An architecture student of Covenant University, Carlton Oke has emerged winner of the architecture competition with his entry on Airport Masterplan for Lekki.
5 Sep 2019
Covenant University (CU), Ota, has increased the tuition payable by new students admitted for the 2019/2020 academic session.
25 Jul 2019
Two hundred and fifteen graduating students of CU, Ota, emerged tops with first-class degrees in their various areas of study.
13 Jun 2019
The nation’s tertiary education system always sticks out like sore thumb and it is less than bemusing when the federal government announced in April it was auditing 40,000 foreign certificates obtained by Nigerian students from universities abroad. As the country suffers from the consequences of taking education with a pinch of salt, Head, Education Desk,…
28 Feb 2019
Stakeholders in the education sector have emphasised on the need for teachers to leverage on Information and Communications Technology (ICT) to improve learning in the country. While speaking at the second edition of Edustart summit organised by Covenant University, Ota, the vice chancellor of the institution, Prof. Aaron Atayero expressed optimism that if this calls…
31 Jan 2019
Vice chancellor, Covenant University (CU), Ota, Prof. Aderemi Atayero has identified the absence of strong-willed leadership as the bane of Africa’s underdevelopment.
19 Jan 2019
PEFTI Film Institute has partnered Covenant University in ‘Film and Broadcast Workshop’ to provide added practical training for the university’s Mass Communication undergraduates. The intensive workshop, organised by PEFTI, lasted from 16th – 22nd December 2018, and held at PEFTI Campus, Ajao Estate, Isolo, Lagos, integrated content creation, script-writing, acting, cinematography, directing and editing. The…
1 Nov 2018
Stakeholders at the 4th Covenant - International Conference on African Development Issues (C- ICADI) 2018, organised by Covenant University, Ota have declared that for Africa to address her numerous challenges, there is an urgent need for qualitative, purpose-driven leaders.    The former president of Malawi, Joyce Banda in his keynote address posited that good leaders…
25 Oct 2018
Chancellor and Chairman, Board of Regents, Covenant University, Ota, Dr. David O. Oyedepo has advised parents and guardians to instill in their wards...


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