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A response to employment equity policy in a South African University: a case study of an academic mentoring programme
This study investigates the factors that conditioned the establishment of, and responses to, a centrally coordinated, institution wide change initiative aimed at promoting equity in the academic workplace in an historically ...
Access to higher education: to break the vicious cycle of working class schools producing working class citizens
(University of the Western Cape, 2007)
This study investigated why learners from low socio-economic communities such as Delft, a township in the Cape Flats, fail to achieve matriculation exemption and do not meet the criteria for tertiary education admission. ...
Implementing lifelong learning at a Technikon in South Africa
(University of Western Cape, 2001)
The nature of lifelong learning in the context of a South African technikon is the investigation focus of this mini-thesis. It argues for the adoption of a holistic and humanistic conceptualization to lifelong learning ...
Bridging the gap between school and university: a case study of the University of Namibia's Access Programme
(University of Cape Town, 2002)
Without neglecting the broader scope of the phenomenon of student access, this study focuses mainly on student academic access. An Access Programme, initiated by the University of Namibia, is used as a case study in order ...