Tuning Africa is a network of interconnected communities of academics who reflect, debate and elaborate instruments and share the around a discipline or theme in the conscious context of building mutual trust and confidence. They work in international, intercultural groups, communicating deep respect for the autonomy of co-participants at the institutional, country and regional level and generously sharing knowledge and experiences.Read more
Based on the previous experience and in order to address some of the challenges posed by the diversity and complexity of the system, Tuning Africa II would benefit from having a tiered structure with clear roles and responsibilities.
In order to enrich these reforms, academics need to hear students’ views on a range of issues.
TUNING AFRICA AGENDA
From 13th to 15th November 2017, the fifth and final General Meeting of Tuning Africa Phase 2 will take place in Brussels, Belgium. This Brussels meeting will bring together all the actors and partners that for three years have worked hard for the success of this initiative and whose goal is to improve the quality of African higher education. The time has come for the project participants to share with their peers the results of the work done at the different groups and in African universities and to consider the effective implementation of the results in African higher education systems.
From 3 to 5 April 2017, the fourth and second to last general meeting of Tuning Africa-Phase II will take place in Johannesburg. More than 120 participants are expected to attend this working meeting, which is organized around three main axes: the group work of the member universities, the symposium of researchers in higher education and the student voice.