Tag: Higher Education

This new flagship program seeks to empower Rwanda’s youth through education

The European Union in Rwanda has launched a 900,000 euros project to enhance strategic fields in Rwandan higher education for sustainable growth. CNBC Africa's Steven Muvunyi spoke to EU Ambassador to Rwanda, Nicola Bellomo for more.

STADIO planning expansion with multi-faculty campuses for varsity students

STADIO plans to bring its higher education institutions under a single brand - STADIO Multiversity. In a discussion about its interim results, Chris van der Merwe, CEO of STADIO joins CNBC Africa for more.

Nigeria’s higher education sector faces a number of issues, here’s what the West African country can do to fix it

It is apparent that Nigeria has failed to deliver quality education due to a number of factors.

Why universities in this East African country are in need of deep reform

Most public universities in the country are unable to meet basic operating expenses such as salaries, pensions, health care, and maintenance of plant and equipment.

Five signs that universities are turning into corporations….

Sioux McKenna | Rhodes University Universities in many parts of the world are buckling under multiple financial, societal and political demands. This has led to increasingly loud calls for what are called “enhanced efficiencies”...

Op-Ed: The Thorn of Free Education

By: The Growth Institute There is a perpetual myth that public universities and colleges fleece students by making class fees as expensive as possible. According to this myth, public universities and colleges are the...

The role of the private sector in higher education

The role of the private sector in higher education

Statistician-General unveils higher education statistics

SA is producing low numbers of university graduates - Pali Lehohla
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