The Education Collaborative recently hosted a successful meeting at the Enterprise Development Centre in its Lekki Campus. The event provided Nigerian universities with an opportunity to learn about The Collaborative’s mission and goals and to explore possible ways to engage with the network, as well as develop cross-institution collaborations.
The participants at the meeting were drawn from leading higher education institutions in Nigeria, including Pan-Atlantic University (PAU), Babcock University, Ilishan-Remo, Nigeria, Bells University Of Technology, Covenant University, Chrisland University, Lead City University, Veritas University College, Nigerian University of Technology and Management, Lagos Business School, Pan-Atlantic University, Bamidele Olumilua University of Education, Science and Technology Ikere-Ekiti, and Taraba State University.
The meeting was designed to facilitate a dialogue on the challenges facing Nigerian universities and to explore innovative solutions to these challenges through collaboration and partnerships.
The Education Collaborative is a network of universities and other organizations committed to advancing higher education in Nigeria. Its mission is to promote excellence in higher education by fostering collaboration and sharing of best practices among its members.
The meeting was a great success and provided a platform for Nigerian universities to learn from one another and to explore new opportunities for collaboration.
The Education Collaborative plans to continue hosting similar events in the future to further promote collaboration and sharing of best practices among its members.