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Frequently Asked Questions: Changes to DHET funding for poor and working class students in public higher education institutions.

The following frequently asked questions (FAQs) address the changes to student funding resulting from the announcement by the President of South Africa, on 16 December 2017, that government would be phasing in “fully subsidised free higher education and training for poor and working class South Africans” over a five year period.

University of Fort Hare, South Africa, become HEA Strategic Partner

University of Fort Hare has become an HEA Strategic Partner - the first university in South Africa to do so. In the first steps of the partnership, staff from University of Fort Hare’s Teaching and Learning Centre are applying for HEA Fellowship. This phase of work will build capacity in the University, enabling them to submit their staff

Outcomes of the National Review of the Bachelor of Laws (LLB) Programme

In 2012, the Council on Higher Education (CHE), the council responsible for quality assurance in higher education, and South African Law Deans Association (SALDA) extensively deliberated the matter  of whether the  CHE  should undertake  a  national  review  of  the  Bachelor  of Laws  (LLB) programme. Ultimately, an agreement was reached that a national review of the LLB programme would

International linkages, Chinese experience for Likhona Peter

Likhona Peter, a final year Bachelor of Arts student majoring in History, Political Science and Communications, represented the University of Fort Hare and participated in the Homestay in Jinhua’s Historical Villages Project in China, from the 6th to the 26th of September 2017.The program was established in 2015 by Jinhua Municipal People’s Government, providing an opportunity for international youth through