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The state of higher education: a report of a survey of Uganda's institutions of higher learning

National Council for Higher Education (Uganda)

Abstract:
The aim of the study was to survey all higher education institutions in Uganda in order to enable the National Council for Higher Education regulate, administer and design national higher education strategies from an informed position.  This survey of higher education in Uganda is divided in eleven sections.  The first two chapters deal with background, context, rationale, aim and objectives, and the methodology of the study.  The rest of the report is organised as follows:  general profile of the studied institutions, academic programmes, student enrolment, academic staff and staff development, the infrastructure, academic facilities, institutional finances, student welfare and finally, a summary of the findings and recommendations.  All the tables in this study have been extracted  from the detailed data sets of all 155 higher education institutions (see appendices 2-10). 

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Title of Paper: The state of higher education: a report of a survey of Uganda's institutions of higher learning
Publisher: National Council for Higher Education
City: Kampala, Uganda


Date:2004
Document Type:Research report
Subject Area:National Systems and Comparative Studies
Country:Uganda
Keywords:Uganda, Survey, Higher Education Institutions HEI s, Statistics, Academic Programmes, Academic Staff, Infrastructure, Student Services, Landscape of Higher Education, Higher Education Systems, Quality Management


File Size:2.23 MB
Rights:Permission to reproduce this report was granted by the publisher.
Date Added:10 July 2007


National Council for Higher Education (Uganda). (2004) The state of higher education: a report of a survey of Uganda's institutions of higher learning. Kampala, Uganda: National Council for Higher Education.