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Issues and Challenges of Quality Higher Education in the Developing Nations
Submission DeadlineApr. 10, 2020

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Lead Guest Editor
Aina Jacob Kola
School of Science, College of Education (Technical) Lafiagi, Lafiagi, Nigeria
Guest Editors
  • Ajao Muftau Adeyemi
    School of Pure and Apply Science, Kwara state University, Molete, Nigeria
  • Bamisaiye Fisayo Abraham
    Department of Biochemistry, Faculty of Science, Federal University Oye Ekiti, Oye-Ekiti, Nigeria
  • Alabi Imam Hafsat
    Science Education Department, University of Ilorin, Ilorin, Kwara State, Nigeria
  • Yusuf Nusirat Bolanle
    Chemistry Education Department, College of Education (T) Lafiagi, Lafiagi, Nigeria
  • Adebisi Thomas
    Department of Science and Technology Education, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria
  • Langenhoven Roy Keith
    School of Science and Mathematics Education, University of the Western Cape, Western Cape, South Africa
Higher education is critical in the development of any nation. This explains the reason for the guest for it in the developing nations of the world. The evidence is seen in most Africa countries as universities, and other tertiary institutions are on the increase every day. However, the quality of these institutions has been concerns for stakeholders in education because myriad of challenges are facing the institutions. Many challenges are confronting higher education in these institutions such as inadequate funding, poor infrastructure, governance, culture, religion and others: which are impacting the quality of teaching and research. It is therefore apparent that the quality of higher education in the developing countries, especially Africa is not comparable with most of the developed world which sometimes bring unhealthy discrimination in term of appointment and placement.
The postgraduate studies and research in most universities cannot be compared with those of the developed countries. This is evidence from the quality of the postgraduate students produced in these institutions. The academic personnel in most of these institutions are not technology savvy, and this is significantly affecting their teaching. Students’ thesis supervisions are poorly handled in most of the African Universities, and it makes doctoral programme herculean.
Given this, the need to examine the quality of higher education is therefore critical to holistically proffer solution to these problems. Therefore, the purpose of this special issue is to seek for both empirical and theoretical papers to address the quality of higher education that will guarantee sustainable development in each of the countries.
Aims and Scope:
  1. Comparative Study of Higher Education
  2. Establishment of universities
  3. Postgraduate Studies
  4. Postgraduate students’ supervision
  5. Research and Research Institutes
  6. Technology and Higher Education
  7. Culture and Higher Education
  8. Politics, Security, Religion and Higher Education
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