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|Higher education finance and accessibility: tuition fees and student loans in Sub-Saharan Africa
|Higher educational cost-sharing, dual-track tuition fees, and higher educational access: the East African experience
||Johnstone, Bruce; Marcucci, Pamela; Ngolovoi, Mary
|Tuition policies in a comparative perspective: theoretical and political rationales
||Marcucci, Pamela; Johnstone, D. Bruce
|Towards greater economic and developmental perspectives in the funding of fast-expanding higher education systems in Sub-Saharan Africa: the case of Cameroon
||Doh, Pascal Samfoga
|Effect of cost on the quality of MBA Programmes in Ugandan Universities.
||Mande, Wilson Muyinda
|Balancing socio-economic and academic needs: a case of higher education graduate students at Makerere University.
||Sekabembe, Beatrice; Bakkabulindi, Frederick Edward K.
|Funding and the attainment of transformation goals in South Africa's higher education
|The price of higher education: how rational is British tuition fee policy?
|Who Will Pay and Who benefits from Ecuador’s new free higher education?
|Tuition fees and the challenge of making higher education a popular commodity in South Africa
||Ouma, Gerald Wangenge
|Attitudes towards tuition fees payment in tertiary education: a survey of Sunyani Polytechnic marketing students in Sunyani Ghana
||Yeboah, A. S; Ernest, Kumi
|Implementation of cost sharing in the Ethiopian higher education landscape: critical assessment and the way forward