28 February 2019
Mergers and splits – Are We Creating Pseudo-Universities?
Globally, mergers, perhaps even more so than splits, have become a typical phenomenon in higher education systems. Attesting to this claim, there is a growing body of literature on mergers, particularly in the Western context. Read more
1 April 2016
500 Million Dollars Needed for Professional Education
The Mozambican Ministry of Science, Technology and Higher and Professional Education is seeking to raise 500 million US dollars to build, rehabilitate, expand and equip 39 institutions of technical and professional education throughout the country. Read more
Chinese Company Supports Mozambique’s Professional Education
The Chinese company Huawei Technologies on Monday granted 100,000 U.S. dollars to the Mozambican Ministry of Science, Technology and Higher and Professional Education, which is the budget required to complete the construction of a professional school in the central province of Sofala. Read more
Government to Create National Fund for Financing of Technical Vocational Training
Tthe Minister of Science, Technology, Higher Education and Technical Professional Training, has assured that the government will create a National Fund for the Financing of Technical Vocational Training. Read more
Nyusi Addresses Graduation Ceremony
Mozambican President declared that Mozambique needs well trained and persistent higher education graduates, with the necessary vision to face the challenges of development. Read more
Top University to Launch Chinese Degree Course
Mozambique’s oldest and most prestigious higher education institution, Eduardo Mondlane University, will from this year introduce a degree course in Chinese, making Mozambique one of the first countries in the Southern African region to do so. Read more
Grappling With a Plagiarism Problem in Universities Banishing academic dishonesty could help Mozambique nurture original thinkers who are economically efficient and socially suited to develop the country. Read more
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