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Vice-president of Ghana says institutions must develop ‘sustainable’ financing
Distinction between two types of institution ‘not helpful’ for continent, say senior African university figures
But the vice-chancellor of the University of Ghana says academics must still 'push' for recognition
Director of education and society at the British Council says Western universities must prove they do not have ‘imperialist’ designs on the continent
Times Higher Education World University Rankings data reveal the top 15 universities in Africa
China’s motives, like the West’s, are mixed, but it clearly has a role to play in building capacity in African higher education
Ellie Bothwell reports on what both regions gain – and lose – from the Sino-African partnership
Opposition calls on government to help meet funding shortfall
Technically-trained graduates vital for development, says thinktank chief
Muhammadu Buhari concedes he overreached his authority when he replaced university boards
Education minister says senior managers at Kenya National Examinations Council implicated in ‘unprecedented cheating’
David Malual W. Kuany discusses the difficulties encountered by universities in the world’s newest country
Times Higher Education event will explore how to educate Africa’s increasing number of young people
New book from University of Cambridge academic considers how Shakespeare became a powerful presence from Addis Ababa to Zanzibar
Classes suspended at Pretoria and Free State following clashes over language and outsourcing
Civil society groups attack move as ‘gross violation’ of academic autonomy
Global higher education programmes should respond to our unstable world, says Martin Hall
Committee of MPs hears that effort to conduct vaccine and treatment trials during outbreak in West Africa was ‘uncoordinated’
Winner of the 2015 THE Most Innovative Teacher of the Year title emphasises benefits of international learning experiences
Studies of childhood development demonstrate the value of research outside high-income countries, says Martin Hall