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|Alternative models to traditional higher education: market demand, networks and private sector challenges
|Private Higher Education in Africa
|Economic growth and the need for expanded tertiary education in Ghana
||Ayisi, Gabriel A.
|Private higher education in Uganda: the case of its distribution, contribution to access and costs.
||Nkata, James L.
|South African legislation on limiting private and foreign higher education: protecting the public or ignoring globalisation?
||Bitzer, E M
|Government philanthropy towards private universities in Uganda and its implications for access, equity and quality of higher education: the case of Bugema University.
|Challenges facing African universities: selected issues
|Changes and continuities in South Africa's higher education system, 1994-2004
|Private universities in Uganda: growth and role(s) in the provision of higher education.
|From Public University Dominance to Private University Policy Initiatives in Nigeria: the Push and Pull Factors.
||Gboyega, Ilusanya; Oyebade, Stephen Adebanjo
|The World Bank's perspective on African higher education
|The private nature of cross-border higher education
||Kinser, Kevin; Lane, Jason E.
|Egyptian private higher education at a crossroads
||Levy, Daniel C; Sabry, Manar
|A decade of regulating private higher education in South Africa
|Neither ivory towers nor corporate universities: moving public universities beyond the "mode 2" logic