Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida) in collaboration with the Association of African Universities (AAU) is calling on seasoned researchers to conduct studies on factors that […]
Confucius, a Chinese teacher, editor, politician, and philosopher is quoted as having said “I hear and I forget. I see and I believe. I do and I understand”. This statement links very well with the concept of being innovative in teaching. Clearly innovative methods of teaching and learning require a total mindset change in terms of the roles of the professors and the learners.
The Secretary General of the Association of African Universities (AAU) on behalf of the Governing Board and African Universities, expresses our profound shock at the passing of Ghana's Nobel Peace Laureate and her finest international diplomat of all-time, Busumru Dr. Kofi Annan, which sad event occurred in the early hours of Saturday, August 18, 2018 in Berne, Switzerland. He was 80.
Ashesi University (one of the members of the Association of African Universities) is a pioneer in blending the liberal arts and sciences in Africa – and is also recognised across the world as a model for Higher Education on the African continent. The 2nd Education Collaborative Annual Workshop will be hosted by Ashesi University, in Berekuso, Ghana from 25-29 June 2018. The focus of this workshop will be on “Facilitating Inclusive Classrooms”. We are inviting Provosts, Heads of Department, Faculty, Teachers/Facilitators, and Faculty Trainers from Higher Educational Institutions across Africa and the world to come and learn how to: make learning relatable, make learning engaging and make learning relevant and current.
The East Africa Regional Office for the Association of African Universities (AAU) was launched in Khartoum Sudan on the 14th March 2018. Other AAU regional offices will be launched in North Africa, Central Africa and Southern Africa. The main goal of the AAU East Africa Regional Office is to increase the impact of AAU activities in East Africa and maximize the benefits of AAU to the membership universities in East Africa.
This is a call to Vice Chancellors, Rectors, Presidents, Deans, Head of Departments and Senior Leaders of African Higher Education Institutions to explore collaborating with the Institute for the Advancement of Developing Economies (IADE) through its proprietary Higher Education Capacity Building (HECB) Program. Special benefits accrue for members of the Association of African Universities.