Transitions: Key Topics, Key Voices

Transitions:
Key Topics, Key Voices

While Africa has been identified with higher education for many centuries, modern higher education, and indeed, modern Universities, have their origin in the colonial his

Africa

CESA (Continental Education Strategy for Africa) 2016-25 represents the commitment of African countries, under the framework of the AU, to transform education and trainin

Africa

Quality assurance of African higher education is at the top of the continent’s development agenda.

Africa

Emerging dynamics and novel actors are shaping the transformations of sub-Saharan Africa’s research and innovation systems.

Africa

The Higher Education sector on the African continent has seen exceptional growth over the last two decades, although enrolment rates continue to lag behind global figures

Africa

Internationalisation is one of the main phenomena influencing HE transformations and developments globally.

Africa

Higher Education (HE) in East Africa dates to 1949 when Makerere College was renamed Makerere College, University of East Africa.

Africa

After the end of the Cold War, universities in Oceania played a pivotal and relatively uncontroversial role in building international linkage for three decades, facilitat

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