Pan Atlantic University
PharmAccess partners EDC to build capacity of healthcare professionals
PharmAccess Foundation Nigeria has partnered with the Enterprise Development Centre of the Pan Atlantic University to develop a training curriculum for healthcare...
Princeton College girls win regional technovation contest
Four female students from Princeton College, Surulere, Lagos, under the tutelage of New Horizons Computer Learning Centre, the school’s ICT partner, have emerged the African regional winner for the 2019 Technovation Contest.
Nollywood gets boost with PAU MSc programme, Harvard review
Building on the success of the educational partnership with Multichoice Africa to institute the Multichoice Talent Factory (MTF) for budding entrepreneurs in Nollywood, Pan Atlantic University (PAU) has begun a film production programme that seeks to marry the town and gown to boost Nigeria’s creative industry and create new frontiers for Nollywood. Femi Odugbemi, anchor…
Developer, LBS host workshop on real estate marketing
In efforts to project its philosophy that the power to true development and national growth is in empowering and educating the human capital, Fine and Country West Africa, partnered with Pan-Atlantic University (Lagos Business School), to design and facilitate a three-day workshop in Real Estate Marketing. With a focus to increase equipped and competent professionals…
Experts list paths to bridging talent gap as Pan Atlantic University holds career fair
The task of bridging the talent gap of young graduates involves government, policy makers, universities, research institutions and personal effort of students themselves, a group of experts has said.
Shyllon: We need to project our artists’ works outside for good of the country
Nigeria’s mega art collector and Founder/CEO of Omooba Yemisi Adedoyin Shyllon Art Foundation (OYASAF), Mr. Yemisi Adedoyin Shyllon, is the largest private ...
Why PAU engages in practice-oriented teaching, research
This is a very important issue for us. We are very clear that we want to build a world-class university and that it would be a huge mistake for us to react to the current economic situation ...
Without structural changes, flexible exchange rate policy will fail, says Nweze
What they are trying to do now is what they ought to have done. This is one of the things that we have been clamouring for. What they are trying to do now is to let people buy and sell at any rate.