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Final announcement - Quality Promotion Conference 2019
Monday, January 14, 2019

Final announcement - Quality Promotion Conference 2019,

Statement by the Minister of Higher Education and Training on the call to scrap registration fees,...
Wednesday, January 9, 2019

The Minsiter has expressed concerns on the call to scrap registration fees, encourage walk-ins at universities,

Office Closure
Thursday, December 13, 2018

The Council on Higher Education wishes to inform all stakeholders that the CHE office will be closed for the festive

Standards Development View

The CHE receives HEMIS data from the Department of Higher Education and Training and collects data from StatsSA and makes this publically available through VitalStats publications and the Performance indicators project. Specific data queries can be directed to the Information Manager.

No, data must be verified by institutions before being made publically available and for this reason the most recent data available is for two years prior to the current year. The Department of Higher Education and Training may be able to assist with more recent data in some instances.

Reliable data on the size and shape of the private higher education sector is not available at present. However, the South African Qualifications Authority collects information for the National Learners' Records Database and can provide some detail on the private institutions.

COUNCIL ON HIGHER EDUCATION (CHE)

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CONTACT

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