The demand for higher education has increased in African countries over the past decades. To meet this need, various institutions of higher learning, both public and private, have been set up. However, questions linger on the quality churned out by Universities in the African continent.
Surveys continue to rank African Universities poorly amid allegations of poor facilities, shortage of teaching staff and lack of funding for research in these universities. The number of students from the continent opting for education in Western and Asian countries has increased. So does the mass exodus of professors citing poor pay in Africa.
What needs to be done to facilitate the production of better graduates in African countries?
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