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LAWYERS ADVISE PARENTS OF SUSPENDED STUDENTS TO SUE COVENANT UNIVERSITY

By Seun Joseph

Lawyers have advised the over 200 students of Covenant University, Ota, Ogun State, who were recently suspended for missing an Easter ‘Youth Alive’ programme to sue the institution.

The management of the school had placed the students on compulsory suspension for not taking part in the said retreat. Continue reading LAWYERS ADVISE PARENTS OF SUSPENDED STUDENTS TO SUE COVENANT UNIVERSITY

COVENANT UNIVERSITY SUSPENDS 200 STUDENTS OVER FAILURE TO PARTICPATE IN EASTER RETREAT

Covenant varsity sanctions 200 students for missing Easter programme

Source : Punch
By Bukola Adebayo

Parents and students at the Covenant University, Ota, Ogun State, have described as “unjust” the suspension of undergraduates at the institution for not attending its Easter ‘Youth Alive’ programme.

Continue reading COVENANT UNIVERSITY SUSPENDS 200 STUDENTS OVER FAILURE TO PARTICPATE IN EASTER RETREAT

COVENANT UNUVERSITY SIGNS MoU WITH CEMP ON PROJECT MANAGEMENT COURSES, STUDENTS TO RECEIVE INTERNATIONAL GRANTS

CU BECOMES 3RD UNIVERSITY IN AFRICA TO RECEIVE LICENSE FROM PMI- UNITED STATES

STUDENTS TO RECEIVE INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH GRANTS

Covenant University and an international capacity development and consulting firm, Canada Executive Management and Professional Centre (CEMP), have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on a partnership that will see the University running Professional Management Courses and its students enjoying research grants from international agencies.

Vice-Chancellor, Professor AAA. Atayero exchanging signed documents with Vice-President, International Engagements, CEMP, Dr Yomi Oyekoya

Speaking at the MoU signing ceremony on Thursday, February 2, 2017 at the University campus in Ota, Ogun State, the Vice-President, International Engagement, CEMP, Dr. Yomi Oyekoya, Continue reading COVENANT UNUVERSITY SIGNS MoU WITH CEMP ON PROJECT MANAGEMENT COURSES, STUDENTS TO RECEIVE INTERNATIONAL GRANTS