Corona College of Education, Ilupeju, has matriculated 218 students for the 2022/ 2023 academic session and introduced entrepreneurship studies.

A statement by the college said the provost, Dr Olajumoke Mekiliuwa, announced the college’s entrepreneurship classes under the skill acquisition programme/unit during the matriculation.

Mekiliuwa said all CCED students were expected to engage in entrepreneurship classes across a variety of skills and crafts.

“Photography, home furnishing, shoe-making, hair-braiding, footwear-making, bead-making, and anyone you choose to come up with,” she said.

Mekiliuwa encouraged the new students to take up skills, even as they pursue academic development.

The CCED Provost also told the students that entrepreneurship classes were mandatory, along with other counsels she gave towards academic excellence.

According to the Provost, “CCED’s new students span across the Nigeria Certificate in Education and Post Graduate Diploma in Education, Post Graduate Diploma in Early Childhood Education and Post Graduate Diploma in Educational Leadership and Management.

“263 students were offered provisional admission into CCED in the 2022/ 2023 academic session with 218 enrolling into the college’s programmes.”

Mekiliuwa told the students that by the end of their programme, they would receive the Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria certification and licenses at graduation.

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