HIGHER EDUCATION PATHWAYS, South African undergraduate education and the public good

: Ashwin (P.) & Case (J.) eds.

R 250.00
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307pp., paperback, Cape Town, 2018


Contributions include:

"Subsidy, tuition fees and the challenge of financing higher education in South Africa" by Gerald Wangenge-Ouma and Vincent Carpentier

"Understanding the role of university graduates in society: Which conception of public good?" by Rosemary Deem and Tristan McCowan

"A multi-dimensional approach to fair access" by Melanie Walker

"The conceptualisation of students' personal transformation through their engagement in South African undergraduate education" by Paul Ashwin and Jana Komljenovic

"#FeesMustFall: A media analysis of students' voices on access to universities in South Africa" by Mikateko Mathebula and Talita Calitz

"Post-graduation trajectories of young South Africans" by Jennifer M. Case, Delia Marshall and Samuel Fongwa.

Paul Ashwin is Professor of Higher Education, Department of Educational Research , Lancaster University, UK.

Jennifer M. Case is Department Head and Professor, Department of Engineering Education, Virginia Tech, USA and Honorary Professor, University of Cape Town.