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|Students’ perceptions of service quality at a South African traditional university and a university of technology||Diedericks, R.; De Klerk, N.; Bevan-Dye, A.L.||2015|
|One and two equals three? The third mission of higher education institutions||Pinheiroa, R; Langa, P; Pausits, A||2015|
|Social and spill-over benefits as motivating factors to investment in formal education in Africa: a reflection around Ghanaian, Kenyan and Rwandan Contexts||Ampofo, S.Y; Bizimana, B; Ndayambaje, I; Karongo, V; Lyn Lawrence, J. K; Orodho, J. A||2015|
|An investigation into the causes of poor academic performance in mathematics among obafemi awolowo university undergraduate students in Osun State, Nigeria.||Zakaria, Yusuf||2014|
|Investigating some background factors affecting student participation in science fairs: a case study of a regional expo for young scientists||Ndlovu, Mdutshekelwa||2014|