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Chronicle of African Higher Education med ny utgave: ‘Quality Regimes in Africa–Reality and Aspirations’

Utgave 4 av Chronicle of African Higher Education had fått tittelen “Quality Regimes in Africa: The Reality and the Aspirations”.
Bidragsyter er Prof. Juma Shabani, direktør for UNESCOs Bamako Cluster Office i Mali.
Han tar opp problemstillinger som dette:

  • In light of the Bologna Process on mutual recognition of qualifications in Europe, what role should the Arusha Convention play in the process of establishing the African Higher Education and Research Space?
  • How should the Harmonisation Strategy build on the Tuning Africa project, the African Quality Rating Mechanisms and the African regional accreditation and quality assurance frameworks in order to develop an African regional qualifications framework and a credit transfer and accumulation system?
  • How should the Harmonisation Strategy involve higher education and quality assurance stakeholders to enhance implementation of the Arusha Convention?
  • What lessons can be learned for the LMD reform from the experience of Anglophone countries to establish viable mechanisms of quality assurance at national and sub-regional levels?

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