Rolof Computer Academy is set to organise its first matriculation ceremony by next week Saturday in Warri, Delta State – South-South Nigeria.

In a statement issued and signed by the Founder of the Academy, Engr. Lucky Ofuafor, the first set of students that will be matriculated are seven and are studying courses such as Computer Hardware Engineering Technology, Computer Software Engineering, Multimedia Technology, and Networking and System Security.

“The Rector, on behalf of the Governing Council, Management, Staff, and Students of Rolof Computer Academy cordially invite you to her first matriculation ceremony,” the statement reads.

According to the statement, the duration for each of the courses is two years.

It further stated that Rolof Computer Academy is a tertiary institution that welcomes and gives the opportunity to take young people through practical skills, learning and entrepreneurial process to develop future businessmen and women, inventors, movers and shakers of the economy in Nigeria and beyond.

It said: “We are determined to produce graduates that are capable of preferring a solution to societal problems rather than complain and do nothing about it. For us to achieve this goal, we have put in place the best of facilities; and assembled a team of highly qualified professionals and experts with industry experience as lecturers and mentors,  to impart the necessary knowledge and practical skills to the students.”

The expectation from those that will be matriculated is to come out and present to the whole world a running business,   an invention and pass at least one professional international examination at their graduation.


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