Africa: PhdDs in Focus – a Zimbabwean Researcher Tells Her Story
November 27, 2013 Editor 0
[SciDev.Net]Johannesburg -The challenges facing doctoral education in Sub-Saharan Africa are diverse. Many of them relate to infrastructure and funding shortfalls: in the face of often meagre governmental support, universities can struggle to sustain PhD programmes, provide adequate student supervision or ensure student access to world-class equipment and resources.
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