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Assessing and Strengthening African Universities' Capacity for Doctoral Programmes

By Imelda Bates, Richard Phillips, Ruby Martin-Peprah, Gibson Kibiki, Oumar Gaye, Kamija Phiri, Harry Tagbor and Sue Purnell


Imelda Bates and colleagues developed and validated an evidence-based tool for evaluating doctoral programmes in African universities

Topics: Policy Forum
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