1 edition of Higher education in East Africa found in the catalog.
Higher education in East Africa
Includes the report of the Working Party on Higher Education in East Africa, 1955 and a report by E. Giffen and D.H. Alexander to the Chairman of the East Africa High Commission.
|Statement||[Working Party on Higher Education in East Africa, E. Giffen, D.H. Alexander].|
|Contributions||Giffen, E., Alexander, D. H., Working Party on Higher Education in East Africa.|
|LC Classifications||LA1558 .H54 1959|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||123 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||123|
|LC Control Number||94179267|
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This book addresses some of the challenges posed by the globalization of higher education. It examines the emergence and resulting challenges of English as Lingua Franca (ELF) and of the decision to use English as the Medium of Instruction (EMI) as part of a strategic policy of internationalization.
Higher education in East Africa. Entebbe: Government Printer, [?] (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: E Giffen; D H Alexander; Great Britain. Working Party on Higher Education in East Africa. Great Britain.
Commission on higher education in East Africa. Higher education in East Africa. London, H.M. Stationery Off., (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Herbrand Edward Dundonald Brassey Sackville De La Warr, 9th earl; John Murray; Great Britain.
Commission on higher education in East Africa. Political independence in Africa during the early s and mids inspired Africans to fight for independence in other spheres of life, including education. In East Africa, the development of higher education which reached its apogee in with the establishment of the Federal University of East Africa happened within the broader political context of the time.
Introduction This book explores the prospects for higher education development in the Middle East and North African (MENA) region. Adopting a South-South perspective (from the viewpoint of a developing country), it seeks to promote a deeper understanding of this.
The challenge is to find local solutions that also meet the requirements of the rapid development of what might be termed the ‘massification’ of international higher education.
This book reflects these contemporary challenges through its variety of topics taken from countries as diverse as Hong Kong, Panama, South Africa, USA and Saudi Arabia. Wiseman (comparative and international education, Lehigh U.) and Wolhuter (comparative and international education, North-West U., South Africa) compile 16 essays on the challenges and prospects for higher education in Africa, focusing on issues of development, expansion, internationalization, equity, and cross-national convergence and divergence.
Context of Harmonization of Higher Education in East African Community. Harmonization of higher education in the EAC context refers to the establishment of a common frame of reference to facilitate comparability, compatibility and mutual recognition of higher education and training systems and the qualifications attained among the EAC Partner States, based on shared views on quality, criteria, standards and learning outcomes, for promoting students and labour mobility in the EAC.
Higher Education Studies; Vol. 3, No. 4; ISSN E-ISSN X Published by Canadian Center of Science and Education 50 The African Educational Evolution: From Traditional Training to Formal Education Dama Mosweunyane1 1 Department of Adult Education, University of Botswana, Botswana.
Teferra is the Founding Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Higher education in East Africa book Education in Africa and the Founder and Director of the International Network for Higher Education in Africa.
Teferra is the Senior Editor of the Conover-Porter Award-winning book, African Higher Education: An International Reference Handbook (Indiana University Press, ). To become the leading EAC Institution for an exemplary Common Higher Education Area for a prosperous and sustainable East African Community Mission To encourage and develop mutually beneficial collaboration between Member Universities and between them and Governments and other organisations, both public and private.
Higher Education Financing in East and Southern Africa explores trends in financing policies, paying particular attention to the nature and extent of public sector funding of higher education, the growth of private financing (including both household financing and the growth of private higher education institutions) and the changing mix of financing instruments that these countries are developing in Cited by: This is a welcome book on women in higher education written by an African female academic, insider, and popular and outstanding contributor to the progress of women in higher education in East.
Higher education across Africa is booming. The number of students enrolled in tertiary education has increased from fewer thanin to around 10 million today. Universities in Kenya, Morocco, Nigeria, South Africa, and Uganda are leading lights from the continent in the Times Higher Education rankings.
Higher Education Financing in East and Southern Africa explores trends in financing policies, paying particular attention to the nature and extent of public sector funding of higher education, the growth of private financing (including both household financing and the growth of private higher education institutions) and the changing mix of financing instruments that these countries are developing in.
Historical Background on Higher Education in Africa Though ‘modern’ higher education systems in Africa are largely a product of European colonial frameworks, various studies indicated that the practice of education at all levels were there in pre-colonial settings of Africa.
Prominent scholars in African higher education like Ajayi et al. Adeyemi and Adeyinka () have argued that before the introduction of Western civilization into Africa, the philosophical foundations of African traditional indigenous education were aimed at the five principles of preparationism, functionalism.
These timeless books, known originally as The New Oxford English Course: East Africa (NOEC) have done a better job of helping teachers teach English than anything published before or since. Tens of thousands of East Africans credit Mr. French’s textbooks with their facility with the English language.
Throughout the s and s these books. African higher education, atthe beginning of the new millennium, facesunprecedented challenges. Not only is thedemand for access unstoppable, especially inthe context of Africa's traditionally.
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Pearson offers the widest range of NC(V) approved print books as eBooks in South Africa; including titles from the FCS and Pathways series at NC(V) Level 2, 3 and 4. Interactive eBooks Our interactive eBooks are enhanced with links, interactive activities, case studies and media-rich content that brings the text to life, stimulates critical.
The Development of Higher Education in Eastern and Southern Africa (Nairobi: Hedaya Educational Books, ). Such studies commonly view the colonial era as the beginning of modern higher education in Africa, and do not refer to the higher education institutions that.
Higher Education in the Colonial Era. For centuries the only formal institutions of higher education in Africa were Islamic schools such as the University of Timbuktu (in present-day Mali) and the famous al-Azhar University in Cairo, Egypt.
Established in A.D. al-Azhar is the oldest continuously operating university in the world. of the importance of higher education to the economies of the East African countries on one hand and the ever evolving multiple stakeholder community on the other. It is, therefore, of great importance that the development of human resources through Quality Assurance in higher education in East Africa.
The financing of higher education in Africa is about much more than money, according to a new book. Deep issues include lack of capacity to use resources, mismanagement and red tape, huge expansion that sees more funding but spread more thinly across universities, and the generation of alternative income, says the book’s editor Damtew Teferra.
A new International Journal of African Higher Education has been launched, drawing on experts in the region and internationally to chart the development of a sector undergoing rapid expansion and massive change.
“The journal is intended to serve as a platform for deep understanding, meaningful dialogue, and critical analysis of key and central issues of higher education on the continent. By design at least, the East African harmonization project closely follows the blueprint of the Bologna declaration.
This article describes the harmonization reforms in East Africa and analyzes the genesis, planned structural changes, and future prospects of the EAC’s Common Higher Education. The Future of Higher Education in the Middle East and Africa by Habib M. Fardoun,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
Functions of the Directorate of Higher Education. Formulation and review of policies on Higher Education in collaboration with Commission for Higher Education (CHE), Higher Education Loans Board (HELB) and other relevant institutions and departments.
Co-ordination of plans and budgets from public universities in collaboration with CHE and other departments. Given that students are at the center of higher education, and invest time and money in the system, the author concludes involving them could improve QA processes.
DOI: /hlrc.v5iMissing: East Africa. Nigeria’s higher education sector faces a number of issues, here’s what the West African country can do to fix it. Now Is A Time of Entrepreneurial Opportunity in East Africa. In Octoberthe World Bank released the Sharing higher education’s promise beyond the few in sub-Saharan Africa report, highlighting the rising demand and supply of tertiary education.
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The top 10 Best Universities in East Africa are the Top Universities found in the East African Countries, there has been quite numerous debate on that, people are eager to know the set of best schools in East Africa so as to make Choices on the Universities to get enrolled in, and as we all know that East African countries aren’t just a set of two countries or three, so that makes it quite.
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The East African community represents a market of million people experiencing strong economic growth; however, secondary education enrolment rates (less than 20% for Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda, and Burundi) remain low.
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A Road map to Quality: Hand book for Quality Assurance in Higher Education. Volume 1: Guidelines for Self Assessment at Program Level. Provides a guide for harmonizing quality assurance through consistant performance indicators and quality benchmarks to be implemented in IUCEA member states.
The dominant global discourse in higher education now focuses on world-class universities inevitably located predominantly in North America, Europe and, increasingly, East Asia.
The rest of the world, including Africa, is left to play catch-up. Times Higher Education has compiled a table of the best universities in the Arab World based on data from the World University Rankings. The league table has been compiled by filtering the World University Rankings results to include only universities located in nations that are members of the Arab League.
THE has then ranked the best universities based on their overall ranking score. A British government-sponsored study of education in East Africa, known as the "Frazer Report of " proposed that separate educational systems should be .The East African Certificate of Primary Education became the Certificate of Primary Education (CPE), the first time the C.P.E was marked by a computer system, the East African Certificate of Education became the Kenya Certificate of Education (KCE) and the East African Advanced Certificate of Education became the Kenya Advanced Certificate of.In the Middle East and North Africa, during the post-colonial era, education spread as result of the significant social changes and the rise of indigenous élite as a ruling power.
The willingness of national governments to build a strong nation made the acquisition of literacy a necessary skill for maximizing human potential. .