Wow,the Covenant University is really at the top,by emerging PRESSID award for three consecutive time,this is their 3rd award, its awesome.
The University produced 11 First Class
graduates among the 102 successful
candidates for the 2015/2016 academic
session of the programme, as published by
the National Universities Commission (NUC)
According to news reaching us on friday to the faculty and staff at a meeting on Friday,
April 17, 2015, the Vice Chancellor, Prof.
Charles Ayo, said this has again validated
the excellent academic programmes of the
It should be recalled that Covenant
University came tops in the maiden edition
of the Scheme in the 2013/2014 academic
session and also produced 10 percent of the
successful candidate in the 2014/2015
According the breakdown of this year’s result shows that the University produced 11 of the 102 successful candidates, representing 10.76 percent (approximately 11%). Also, the
gender distribution shows that they were
six males and five females.
A further breakdown by programme
representation shows that Electrical/
Electronics Engineering produced 4
candidates, ICT produced 2, Accounting, 1,
Economics, 2 and Petroleum Engineering, 2.
The Federal Government of Nigeria
instituted PRESSID as part of efforts to
develop a critical mass of professionals who
would serve as catalysts of change and
agents of scientific and technological
advancement, as well as sustainable
The Scheme sponsors selected first class
graduates from any recognised and
approved university in the country for
postgraduate studies in the top 100
universities in the world.
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