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Regulating transnational higher education in Uganda: consumers should be cautious.

Kasozi, A.B.K.

Abstract:

The article alerts poor and developing countries such as Uganda, who are the major consumers of cross-border higher education programmes from foreign countries, to guard against low quality programmes that are very oftein delivered to them. It emphasizes the need to evaluate such programmes before they are delivered through formal accreditation systems. It recommends the South African regulation model framework as the most appropriate for East African higher education institutions.

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Title of Paper: Regulating transnational higher education in Uganda: consumers should be cautious.
Publisher: National Council of Higher Education
City: Kampala


Document Type:Journal Article
Subject Area:Teaching and Learning
Country:Uganda
Keywords:Accreditation, Quality Assessment, Quality Assurance, Quality of Higher Education, Regulation of Higher Education


File Size:76 KB
Rights:Permission granted by author and publisher
Date Added:17 January 2008


Kasozi, A.B.K. (2006). Regulating transnational higher education in Uganda: consumers should be coutious.The Uganda Higher Education Review: Journal of the National Council of Higher Education, vol.3 no.1 April 2006, p.30-32