What is the "independent university” landscape like?
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Independent Education and Development Consultant Dr Jane Hofmeyr.
Listen to the audio below for the highly pertinent interview (and/or scroll down for quotes from it).
Legislation does not allow them to call themselves universities.— Dr Jane Hofmeyr
They can most definitely relieve access pressure.— Dr Jane Hofmeyr
We won’t produce enough without the contribution of private providers.— Dr Jane Hofmeyr
Many courses are geared towards ensuring students get employment.— Dr Jane Hofmeyr
There is, of course, a cost.— Dr Jane Hofmeyr
The vast majority of their students are black.— Dr Jane Hofmeyr
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