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Rebuilding Higher Education in Zimbabwe: Implications for Regional Collaboration

Watson, Pam; Kotecha, Piyushi; Perold, Helene; Chetsanga, Christopher; Burke, Mark

Abstract:

On April 2010, the Southern African Regional Universities Association (SARUA) convened a leadership dialogue workshop in response to a call from the Chair of the Zimbabwe University Vice-Chancellors’ Association for regional support in rebuilding Zimbabwe’s higher education sector. All Vice-Chancellors of higher education institutions in the region, or their representatives, were invited to participate in the workshop.

The workshop examined a needs analysis of the higher education sector in Zimbabwe as a basis for developing a framework for collaboration with higher education institutions throughout the SADC region, in an effort to address some of the most urgent priorities identified. This publication documents the inputs into the dialogue process and the frame that guided the conversation at the workshop.

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Title of Paper: Rebuilding Higher Education in Zimbabwe: Implications for Regional Collaboration
Publisher: Southern African Regional Universities Association
City: Johannesburg, South Africa


Date:2010
Document Type:Other (Not Peer Reviewed)
Subject Area:National Systems and Comparative Studies
Country:Zimbabwe
Keywords:Reform of Higher Education, Transformation of higher education, Change Management, Zimbabwe, Regional Collaboration, Southern Africa


File Size:2.48 MB
Rights:SARUA
Additional information:SARUA leadership dialogue series volume 2 number 1
Date Added:03 March 2011


Watson, Pam; Kotecha, Piyushi; Perold, Helene; Chetsanga, Christopher; Burke, Mark (2010). Rebuilding Higher Education in Zimbabwe: Implications for Regional Collaboration