Phát âm chuẩn cùng VOA – Anh ngữ đặc biệt: African Universities: More Students, Less Money (VOA)

Published on 29/10/2015

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Education experts say Africa’s growing higher education system is important to its economic development. But African universities face many problems, including emigration of top students, poor infrastructure, and high demand combined with a lack of money. University leaders from around the African continent met in Johannesburg recently to discuss how to solve these issues and others. The academics who attended the African Universities Summit say the job of educating Africa’s students is harder than it has to be. Engineering professor David Mfinanga is a vice chancellor at the University of Dar es Salaam in Tanzania. He says the main problem facing universities is the high number of students. He says there has to be a balance between having more students and keeping the quality of the education. Pinkie Mekgwe is an administrator at the University of Johannesburg. She says schools face another problem: lack of money. She says budgets are even tighter after the 2009 global economic crisis reduced African governments’ budgets. Ousmane Sene is director of the Senegal-based West African Research Center. He says it is a real problem if students get out of a university and cannot find a good job. African educators say the issues universities face are just as serious as many of the other difficult problems of society, such as war, famine, poverty and quickly changing leaders. However, they say solving higher education’s problems may help solve the others.

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