Why tertiary institutions should engage in collaborative partnership

As the world rapidly moving, tertiary institutions, such Universities, Polytechnics, Colleges of education among others, play a vital role in changing the way people behave and engage in various innovations that will ensure developments.

That is why, at ATAFOM University International, we support and encourage collaboration and partnership among tertiary institutions in achieving goals. This is evident in one of our recent visits to University of Jos, a renowned University, located in Plateau State, Nigeria to submit a proposal on collaborative partnership between ATAFOM and the University.

Gains of Collaboration 

Tertiary institutions collaboration allows a good number of benefits including:

(1) Networking: A University partnership helps to wide global network, providing opportunities for international collaboration, exchanging cultural understanding.

(2) Increase students experience: collaborative partnerships also offer students access to diverse academic programmes, research opportunities for the students and enriching their university experience.

(3) Shared knowledge and expertise: Collaborating with other institutions allows students to tap into a broader pool of knowledge and expertise and increase their research and teaching capabilities.

(4) Innovation and entrepreneurship: Partnerships foster innovation, entrepreneurship, and creativity, leading to new discoveries and solutions on certain problems.

Therefore, at ATAFOM University, we believe and that collaboration is a key to achieving our goals and making a positive impact on society. We will continue to collaborate with other institutions of learning to achieving academic excellence 

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