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The publication comprises a series of chapters, focusing initially on a battery of student engagement surveys developed at the University of the Free State in collaboration with international partners. Various publications have emerged from the engagement research but this is the first collection of the...

Open universities are helping to increase access to higher education across Africa as it becomes more apparent that the demand for brick-and-mortar facilities cannot be met by resource-constrained governments, Pro Vice-Chancellor of Laweh Open University College, Josiah Cobbah, told University World News. Laweh, based at Teshie-Nungua...

Norway should introduce a centrally coordinated national admission system for international graduate students, a government-commissioned report has recommended. Mandated by the Ministry of Education and Research, the Norwegian Centre for International Cooperation in Education or SIU has investigated the admission of international masters students to Norwegian...

Police last week teargassed public universities’ staff who were protesting at the ministry of education offices in Nairobi, writes Faith Nyamai for the Daily Nation. The universities’ staff, who have been on strike over pay, were demanding to be addressed by Education Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohamed....

Innovation has reached buzzword status with higher education institutions creating innovation offices and chief innovation officer positions, launching various online and competency-based offerings, and, in some cases, answering to nervous boards of trustees regarding whether their institutions are doing enough to prepare students for an...

When the Africa edition of University World News first appeared in 2008, the initial issues provided greater focus on matters related to higher education in South Africa; this was understandable since it was sponsored by what was then the South African-based Centre for Higher Education Transformation (CHET)....