Even though online learning has finally come into its own in higher education internationally, East Africa appears reluctant to embrace it fully
Economics lecturers need to teach their students about more than just numbers.
African academics living in the diaspora have access to resources that can really help their peers working on the continent.
Hundreds of thousands are jobless but aren’t trained in 37 areas where there are shortages.
As degrees become more commonplace, African graduates are struggling more to find jobs.
Making of 21st century Africa: the Dubai circuit, university education, and running for glory (Part III)
Plus: a profile of the new, young, educated African that has been shaped by the forces making 21st century Africa
3 South African campuses rank in the under 400, but Ghana, Uganda, Kenya, Nigeria Egypt and Morocco universities too get a nose into list.
Good universities, low living costs and vibrant communities - these 10 are among the best African cities to be a student
A brief look at why these cities have carved out a niche for themselves among students looking for a wholesome experience.
A country's developmental challenges are so broad and diverse that not a single university or university type, can address them fully.
More output than aviation industry! How Africa's universities can bring big change to cities - a few examples
South African universities employed about 50,000 permanent and temporary faculty members by 2011.
"With our research productivity at 2% of global output, we have much work in front of us"
Bold African universities pushing boundaries; in one students take all their examinations without invigilators
There are already 50% more students per lecturer in sub-Saharan Africa than the global average.
Huge enrollment, declining quality, rising unemployment...oh my.
ARUA seeks to build networks and pool resources that will build centres of excellence that will affect the continent as a whole