RESEARCH ON HIGHER EDUCATION

NEWSROOM

2017 Higher Education Data
Tuesday, April 23, 2019

South African Public Higher Education Institutions as in the year 2017

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To strengthen the monitoring and quality development functions of the CHE, the organisation also engages in research projects focused on higher education issues. Relevant issues are identified through activities such as on-going monitoring, or from policy debates that have arisen in the sector, or from requests for advice from the Minister or other relevant stakeholders. The emphasis in this set of activities is the proactive undertaking of relevant projects within a theoretical framework that defines the higher education landscape and the issues within it.

The projects section describes ongoing research projects, as well as relevant projects which have been completed in the last few years. Research is also published in the CHE’s journal, Kagisano and in the Higher Education Monitor.

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