The Inter-faculty football competition between faculties began on Wednesday with faculty of Science coming against faculty of Humanities. The final will be played on Friday the 26th of August, 2016 after which the winner will be crowned the first Champion of the competition.
The Management of Adeleke University led by the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Ekundayo Alao paid a courtesy visit to the Management of Kings University as part of strategies to further strengthen the relationship between the two Universities.
Members of staff and students of Kings University have been urged to pay more attention to their thought mind as great ideas are born in the mind.
The Chancellor, Senior Pastor Matthew Ashimolowo in the second edition of the Chancellor’s lecture titled “ 35 Marks of Irrepressible Leadership ” stated that the quality of leadership can determine an individual’s destiny.
In a lecture titled "Critical Elements of Successful Leadership"delivered by the Chancellor, Senior Pastor Matthew Ashimolowo, it was stated that Leadership begins with how the mind is formed and that every one should imbibe the culture of training for leadership.
Admission to Kings University is open to all irrespective of gender, race, religion or political leanings. Applicants must satisfy all Faculty and Departmental requirements.
This is to invite you to the 2nd Parents forum on Sat 2nd July, by 11am at the University campus. The forum is a platform for you as parent/guardian to have an impact on the development of your child/children and the Institution. Looking forward to welcoming you. For any enquiry call 081 508 465 66
As part of effort of Kings University to familiarize itself with University's best practices , the Management team of Kings University recently met with Management team of Bowen University during a courtesy vist to the Instituition Led by the Vice-Chancellor Professor Oladiran Famurewa.
In a Lecture titled "University Administration in an Emerging Democracy"
Topic: The University Culture: Evolving Kings University Model by Ibikunle H. Tijani, PhD, Professor of History.
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