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Costs and Financing of Higher Education in Francophone Africa

ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE ACCESS TO HIGHER EDUCATION ACCOUNTING ACCREDITATION ACCREDITATION OF PROGRAMS AFFILIATE INSTITUTIONS AVERAGE GROWTH BANK EDUCATION BENEFICIARIES BENEFICIARY BUDGETARY CONSTRAINTS BUDGETARY LIMITATIONS CALCULATION CALCULATIONS CALL CASH FLOW CASH TRANSFERS CIVIL SOCIETY CONTRIBUTION CONTRIBUTIONS COST OF EDUCATION COST OF TRANSPORT COST PER GRADUATE COUNTRY STUDIES COURSE OF STUDY CURRENCY CURRENT EXPENDITURE CURRENT EXPENDITURES CURRENT RATE CURRENT RATES DISTANCE LEARNING DIVERSIFICATION ECONOMIC ACTIVITY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT EDUCATION BUDGET EDUCATION EXPENDITURE EDUCATION EXPENDITURES EDUCATION EXPERTS EDUCATION LEVEL EDUCATION POLICIES EDUCATION POLICY EDUCATION SECTOR EDUCATION SERVICES EDUCATION SYSTEMS EMPLOYMENT ENROLLMENT FIGURES ENROLLMENT RATE EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES EXCHANGE RATE EXPENDITURES EXTERNAL EFFICIENCY FIELDS OF STUDY FINANCIAL DATA FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS FINANCIAL PROBLEMS FINANCIAL RESOURCES FIXED COSTS GROSS ENROLLMENT GROSS ENROLLMENT RATE HIGH SCHOOL HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA HIGHER EDUCATION HIGHER EDUCATION COSTS HIGHER EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS HIGHER EDUCATION PLANNING HIGHER EDUCATION STUDENTS HIGHER EDUCATION SUBSECTOR HIGHER EDUCATION SYSTEM HIGHER EDUCATION SYSTEMS HIGHER EDUCATION TRAINING HIGHER LEARNING HOUSEHOLD EXPENDITURES HUMAN DEVELOPMENT INCOME LEVELS INCOME-GENERATING ACTIVITIES INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY INTERNATIONAL PRICES JOB MARKET LABOR FORCE LABOR MARKET LABOR MARKET REQUIREMENTS LABOR MARKETS LEVEL OF EDUCATION LEVELS OF EDUCATION LIBRARIES LOW-INCOME MEDICAL SERVICES MIDDLE EAST MINISTRIES OF EDUCATION MOBILITY MOBILIZATION OF RESOURCES NATIONAL ECONOMIES NATIONAL ECONOMY NATIONAL EDUCATION NATIONAL EDUCATION POLICIES NUMBER OF STUDENTS NUMBER OF STUDENTS PER TEACHER PRIMARY COMPLETION RATES PRIMARY EDUCATION PRIMARY LEVEL PRIMARY SCHOOL PRIVATE EDUCATION PRIVATE FINANCING PRIVATE INSTITUTIONS PRIVATE SCHOOLS PRIVATE SECTOR INVOLVEMENT PRODUCTIVITY PROFESSIONAL TRAINING PROVISION OF EDUCATION PUBLIC ASSISTANCE PUBLIC DEBT PUBLIC EXPENDITURE PUBLIC EXPENDITURE ON EDUCATION PUBLIC EXPENDITURES PUBLIC FUNDS PUBLIC HIGHER EDUCATION QUALITY ASSESSMENT QUALITY HIGHER EDUCATION QUALITY OF EDUCATION QUALITY OF HIGHER EDUCATION RATE OF EXPANSION REGULATION OF STUDENT FLOWS RESEARCH INCENTIVES RESEARCH PROGRAMS RESOURCE ALLOCATION RESOURCE MANAGEMENT RESOURCES FOR EDUCATION SALARY SAVINGS SCHOLARSHIP SCHOLARSHIPS SCHOOL ATTENDANCE SCHOOL LEVEL SCHOOL STATISTICS SCHOOL STUDIES SECONDARY EDUCATION SELF-EMPLOYMENT STAFF SALARIES STAKEHOLDERS STUDENT AID STUDENT ASSISTANCE STUDENT DEMAND STUDENT FLOW STUDENT FLOWS STUDENT LOANS STUDENT POPULATION STUDENT-TEACHER RATIO SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA TEACHER TEACHER PERFORMANCE TEACHERS TEACHING TEACHING PERSONNEL TEACHING POSITIONS TEACHING STAFF TERTIARY EDUCATION TERTIARY EDUCATION DEMAND TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS TEXTBOOKS TRAINING PROGRAMS TRANSACTION UNEMPLOYMENT UNEMPLOYMENT RATE UNIVERSAL PRIMARY COMPLETION UNIVERSAL PRIMARY ENROLLMENT UNIVERSITIES UNIVERSITY GRADUATES UNIVERSITY TRAINING VALUABLE VOCATIONAL TRAINING WAGE WORKERS WORLD MARKET YOUNG PEOPLE
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Washington, DC : World Bank
Africa | Francophone Africa
UNESCO-BREDA
2012-05-25T18:43:51Z | 2012-05-25T18:43:51Z | 2008

This study is a follow-up to the Higher Education for Francophone Africa's Development Conference, held from June 13 to 15, 2006 in Ouagadougou at the initiative of the World Bank in collaboration with the Government of Burkina Faso, the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and the Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie. It continues and expands upon discussions that took place during that event. This study includes two sections. The first analyzes the expenditure for the higher education in the countries of French-speaking Africa by adopting a dual comparison approach: (i) chronologically, for the last 15 years, and (ii) inter alia, in particular juxtaposing French-speaking Africa compared to other developing regions. The second part presents financial simulation models in regard to national higher education development plans for the countries of French-speaking Africa.

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