Both Nexford and Covenant universities are working to ensure that subscribers to partnership on quality education upskill themselves to become effective in their learning and professional lives. This is contained in a statement made by Chief Executive officer of Nexford, Mr Fadl Al Tarsi when he paid a courtesy visit to the Covenant University as they partner on advancing and expanding the frontiers of access to quality education.
Speaking, Tarzi expressed that if the frontier of accessing quality education would be expanded in Nigeria, quality would have to be made accessible to all.
He said Nexford partners Covenant University to increase accessibility of quality education, adding the intended partnership would entail leveraging the competencies of Covenant to make education for all a success story.
He disclosed that the the curriculum of Nexford has been carefully tailored to make graduates valuable and relevant to the world of work, and working with Covenant would further strengthen “our resolve to have education geared towards problem and solution solving, which is vital in birthing an economic revamp in Nigeria.”
Tarsi said Nexford would be open to hosting a learning space on campus for those who desire to visit the University campus and learn on their own time.
The Vice Chancellor of Covenant University while responding said the school was very International in its approach to partnerships as it would ensure adherence to quality in order to sustain the standard and best academic practices globally.
He added the University Learning Centre would be open to reviewing proposal from the team and reading out possible areas of collaboration ahead of the full-blown commencement of Covenant University open distance learning programme.
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