EKSU TO EMBRACE QUALITY ACADEMIC LINKAGES

EKSU TO EMBRACE QUALITY ACADEMIC LINKAGES

Ekiti State University, Ado Ekiti will continue to embrace quality academic linkages with responsible and focused institutions of learning both locally and internationally.

This, according to the Vice Chancellor, Professor Edward Olanipekun, is to ensure that tertiary education is accessible to citizens who will become change agents through the teaching and learning gained from access to tertiary Education.

This assurance was given by the Vice Chancellor during the signing of Memorandum of Understanding between Ekiti State University and two Colleges of education.

Ekiti State University, Ado Ekiti through its Continuing Education Programme (DCEP)  signed a memorandum of understanding with the Federal College of Education, Okene and a another private institution, Hope and Anchor College of Education Suleja, Niger State.

The memorandum of understanding which was signed at the Council chamber of Ekiti State University, was witnessed by the Provosts, Registrars and other Principal Officers of the two Colleges of Education.

While ushering the Principal Officers of the two institutions in, the Acting Director, Ekiti State University Directorate of Continuing Education Programme( DCEP), Professor Babatola Ayodele, said that the two colleges had been found worthy to be on affiliation with Ekiti State University. He added that the Senate of Ekiti State University had thoroughly scrutinized the quality of curriculum, infrastructure and personnel needed by the two institutions to offer degree programmes.

The Vice Chancellor, Ekiti State University, Ado Ekiti,  Professor Edward Olanipekun welcomed the representatives of the two colleges  and expressed the hope that the Affiliate colleges would move on the same direction with EKSU by complying with the hybrid learning policy as approved by the Senate of the University, which allows for online teaching module and physical contact teaching methods.

Olanipekun emphasized that EKSU would not joke with assessment and quality control of the teaching, learning as well as record verification with a view to maintaining the integrity of the institutions

The Provosts of The two Colleges of Education thanked the Vice Chancellor for the opportunity assured that the MOU would be implemented to the letter.

 

ADEOLA AJIBADE,

For: Head,

Directorate of Information and Corporate Affairs

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