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Atiba University partners with the ADking Foundation for Academic Excellence

Atiba University, one of the fast-growing and functional private ivory towers in the southwest located in Oyo, an ancient town in Oyo State, has not given up in its attempt to realize its program of repositioning and rebranding by producing 21st century graduates who in turn impact life in society.

The development informed the university to partner with the United States of America-based ADKing Foundation on advancing academic excellence at the institution.


Welcoming to the university recently the team led by the foundation’s president, Mrs. Barber Naomi King, and the organization’s president, Professor Babs Onabanjo and Mr. Stone Street, the institution’s vice-chancellor, the Professor Sunday Okeniyi, said the area of ​​emphasis agreed by the two institutions, as contained in the signed Memorandum of Understanding, would include partnership in the development of a process of academic excellence between the two institutions.

According to him, the partnership and collaboration agreement between the institutions would focus on the provision of mentorship by the foundation to stimulate the growth and development of Atiba University and facilitate the university’s access to international libraries through the world.

He said, “The synergy will also involve additional partnership with some highly rated universities in the United States, the facilitation of student exchange programs between Atiba University students and other universities in the United States from America. It will also involve other strategic arrangements to enhance Atiba University’s repositioning and rebranding program.

The founder and president of the university, Dr. James Adesokan Ojebode, appreciated the foundation for finding Atiba University worthy of collaborating in the field of academic excellence. He also encouraged the management of the university to make effective use of this great opportunity in order to propel the research and innovative activities of the university to an enviable height in the Nigerian university system.

“International collaboration is one of the important considerations for a university to remain globally relevant,” he said.