Arusha Convention on the recognition of qualifications in Higher Education in Africa
Regional Convention on the recognition of studies, certificates, diplomas, degrees and other academic qualifications in Higher Education in the African States
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Commonwealth of Learning; UNESCO (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2002-12-02)The regional convention on the recognition of higher education studies and degrees in Africa was adopted on 5 December 1981 in Arusha, Tanzania, with a view to promoting regional co-operation through the academic mobility ...
Kanwar, Asha; Umar, Abdurrahman; Balasubramanian, K (Commonwealth of Learning, Vancouver, 2014-10-29)Transcript and presentation slides of a Public Lecture at the University of Hong Kong School of Professional and Continuing Education, (HKU SPACE), 29 October 2014. Presented by Professor Asha Kanwar and co-written with ...
Policy Issues And Human Resource Development Strategies And Challenges In Instituting A Distance Learning Program Within A Conventional University System: The Experience Of Bayero University, Kano Shehu, Salisu (2013-11)The emergence of open and distance education was a result of a combination of factors which are prevalent at both global and local levels. Principal among such factors are the two explosions namely, population and information. ...
Offering TVET College Lecturers Increased Access to Professional Qualification Programmes Through a National Open Learning System in South Africa Adendorff, Michael; Van Wyk, Christina (Commonwealth of Learning (COL) and Open University Malaysia (OUM), 2016-11)This paper reports on a new Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET) project, the Capacity Building of TVET College Lecturers through Open Learning programme, which has a four-fold developmental aim: (i) to ...
Tripathi, Purnendu; Mukerji, Siran (2010-11)The education system of India is one of the largest education systems in the world as it caters to the need of more than 1028 million people (as per 2001 Census). The Government of India has been focusing not only on ...