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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', 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

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