Cookie policy: This site uses cookies to simplify and improve your usage and experience of this website. Cookies are small text files stored on the device you are using to access this website. For more information on how we use and manage cookies please take a look at our privacy and cookie policies. Your privacy is important to us and our policy is to neither share nor sell your personal information to any external organisation or party; nor to use behavioural analysis for advertising to you.

THE Africa

Africa needs to ramp up STEM research Subscription

9 October 2014 | By

World Bank report says countries of sub-Saharan Africa need more and better postgraduate qualifications

Mooc makeover saves refugee course Subscription

17 July 2014 | By

A shift in method of delivery rescued an interpretation programme for Dadaab camp inhabitants from closure

UK scholar and Zimbabwean playwright join forces in risky drama Subscription

1 May 2014 | By

Lovers in Time, directed by Agnieszka Piotrowska, is being shown at Harare International Festival of the Arts

Habib Kazdaghli: honoured by Scholars at Risk Subscription

10 April 2014 | By

Dean from Tunisia’s Manouba University given Courage to Think Award

South African mergers fail to deliver change Subscription

20 March 2014 | By

Policy ‘broke mould of segregation’ but problems persist

Debate over Nazi ‘race index’ tools found at Stellenbosch Subscription

31 October 2013 | By Dan Newling

South African university’s research into academic department’s role in apartheid draws criticism from Afrikaaners

South Africa’s sector needs monitoring on race, says v-c Subscription

24 October 2013 | By

KwaZulu-Natal leader unveils controversial ‘equity index’ measuring universities’ performance on ethnicity and gender equity

Ghana’s higher education sector seeks coherent national policies Subscription

6 June 2013 | By

Conference hears of funding problems, graduate unemployment and mission creep

Going Global delegates debate post-conflict education Subscription

14 March 2013 | By

For long-term prosperity, universities in war-torn countries must focus on rebuilding infrastructure, conference hears

Sierra Leone: child soldiers 10 years on Subscription

14 March 2013 | By

University vice-chancellor reveals the struggle to educate students who have been brutalised by civil war

'You're hired'...no, wait...'You've got a scholarship'?

29 November 2012 | By

Ghana tunes in for British Council’s Apprentice-style reality TV show. David Matthews reports

So many aspirant doctors, so little time

4 October 2012 | By

EUA report uncovers global commonalities in PhD education. Elizabeth Gibney reports

More African news

Jobs