9781137345776

Funding Higher Education in Sub-Saharan Africa

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    9781137345776

  • ISBN10:

    1137345772

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2013-10-31
  • Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan

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Summary

If one looks around the world, the region perhaps least served by relevant research literature and analysis of higher education is Sub-Saharan Africa. Funding Higher Education in Sub-Saharan Africa addresses this gap. Drawing on in-depth, evidence-based research from nine countries including Botswana, Ethiopia, Kenya, Madagascar, Malawi, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe, this volume sets out a comprehensive analysis of financing patterns currently being adopted by institutions across Eastern and Southern Africa to help accommodate the rapidly growing number of enrolments and massification of education. This book makes an impressive contribution to two key areas of Africa's higher education development: a better understanding of patterns of funding and the need to improve deeper research on African higher education.

 
 

 

Author Biography

Damtew Teferra is Professor of Higher Education and is Leader of Higher Education Training and Development at the University of Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa. He is also the co-author of the award-winning book African Higher Education: An International Reference Handbook.

Table of Contents

Preface; Damtew Teferra
Foreword; Philip G. Altbach
1. Introduction; Damtew Teferra
2. Botswana: Crisis of a Rich State: Botswana's Dilemma in Financing Tertiary Education; Victoria Damane and Patrick Molutsi
3. Ethiopia: Funding Higher Education in Ethiopia: Modalities, Challenges, Opportunities and Prospects; Moges Yigezu
4. Ethiopia: Revenue Diversification and Resource Utilisation in Ethiopian Universities; Kennedy Munyua Waweru and Sewale Abate
5. Kenya: Implications of Alternative Higher Education Financing Policies on Equity and Quality: The Kenyan Experience; Ibrahim Ogachi Oanda
6. Kenya: Entrepreneurship as an Alternative Approach to Funding of Public Universities in Kenya; Thomas Kipkorir Ronoh, Catherine K. Mumiukha and Anthony K. Sang
7. Madagascar: Challenges and Opportunities of Higher Education Funding Policies and Programs in Madagascar; Elysette Randriamahenintsoa
8. Malawi: Financing Higher Education in Malawi: Prospects, Challenges and Opportunities; Steven Henry Dunga
9. Tanzania: Funding Higher Education in Tanzania: Modalities, Challenges, Prospects and a Proposal for New Funding Modalities; Johnson Muchunguzi Ishengoma
10. Uganda: Funding of Higher Education in Uganda: With Special Emphasis on Donor's Role and Contribution of National Communities Approaches;Mark Bonuke Oboko
11. Uganda: Funding Higher Education in Uganda: A Case for the Liberalisation of Student Fees; Jude Ssempebwa and Dalton E. Ssegawa
12. Zambia: Student's Perception of Financing Public Universities in Zambia: Towards a More Sustainable and Inclusive Policy Strategy; Gift Masaiti
13. Zimbabwe: Funding Higher Education in Zimbabwe: The Experience, Challenges and Opportunities of the Cadetship Scheme; John Mpofu, Sylod Chimhenga and Onias Mafa
14. Conclusion; Damtew Teferra

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