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Higher Education Monitor 14: Learning to Teach in Higher Education in South Africa.
New Publication: Higher Education Monitor 14: Learning to Teach in Higher Education in South Africa. The Higher Education Monitor series, as was…
Internationalisation and Africa Talk by Tony Blair
On the 11th April 2017, Monash South Africa hosted a talk titled “Internationalisation of Africa” where they hosted Mr Tony Blair former Prime…
Phase 2 QEP focus area, curriculum, has been finalised
Phase 2 QEP focus area, curriculum, has been finalised. Institutional submissions are due 30 November 2017. For submission requirements click here
News & Announcements
The following draft documents related to the Quality Enhancement Project are now available: Process Framework for the Quality Enhancement Project in the Second Period of Quality Assurance Quality Enhancement Project: The Draft Process
Request for Proposals by Consultants to Develop an Institutional Audit Framework for Evaluating the Performance of Higher Learning Institutions Council on Higher Education (CHE) in Lesotho invites proposals from suitably qualified consultants/companies to submit proposals to develop an institutional audit framework for higher education…
The 2012-2013 Annual Report of the Council on Higher Education (CHE) has been published. Download the annual report here: Annual Report of the Council on Higher Education 2012/2013
The presentations given at the Regional Symposia on Student Success from the 19th to the 23rd of August 2013 are now available as online video clips. View the video clips on the symposia's event page
The winners of the CHE-HELTASA (Higher Education Learning and Teaching Association of Southern Africa) National Excellence in Teaching and Learning Awards for 2013 have been selected. They will be announced at the HELTASA conference dinner on 28 November.
On the 17th of September 2013 the CHE held a seminar to discuss the recenty released CHE Task Team report proposing undergraduate reform in South Africa. Some task team members attended the seminar to engage with the issues raised and Professor Ian Scott gave a presentation outlining the proposal. Interested parties are…