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Title: An assessment of Somali University contribution towards higher education quality assurance in Mogadishu, Somalia
Authors: Abdukadir Hassan, Sheikh
Keywords: University contribution
Higher education quality
Issue Date: Dec-2012
Abstract: The objective of the study was to assess the Somali university contribution towards higher education quality assurance in Mogadishu Somalia —. The objectives of the study were guided by both general and specific objectives. The general objective of the study is to assess Somali University Contribution towards higher education quality assurance in Somalia, where by the specific objectives are to evaluate Somali University quality assurance program in Mogadishu-Somalia, to analyze the main challenges facing Somali University services in Mogadishu-Somalia, and to establish possible solutions to the challenges. The research design was a descriptive survey and the sample size had 50 made up lectures and managerial/administrative staff. Questionnaire, interview and document review were used as a data collection tools. Data were analyzed according to quality assurance in higher education to assess the quality assurance of Somali University. The study revealed that Somali University had put in place a staff development program that enables experienced academic staff to benefit from a partial scholarship offered by the institute. However, the beneficiaries were required to contribute in their study. The project is aimed at creating qualified and competent human capital so that to find possible solution to future challenges. Despite all these efforts, it is an obvious thing that the university has failed to have quality teachers for higher education. The Somali University did not establish quality control department and also quality control committee; it has other means to improve quality assurance. The lack of quality assurance program and strategies of the university are not reflecting to its mission that reads “to provide sustained bases and administrate intervention in order to improve the performance and effectiveness of the private, civic and public sectors in present day and future Somalia”. Somali University is unlikely to achieve its goals with current workforce.
Description: A thesis presented to the college of higher degrees and research Kampala International University Kampala, Uganda in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree master of public administration and management
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12306/3381
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