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Hanne Kirstine Adriansen

Hanne Kirstine Adriansen

Associate Professor, School of Education, Aarhus University

As well as being an associate professor, Dr Adriansen also serves as international adviser at Aarhus University. Her research focuses on higher education and scientific knowledge production, including the internationalisation of higher education. Her most recent publication is Higher Education and Capacity Building in Africa: The Geography and Power of Knowledge Under Changing Conditions.

Global academic collaboration: a new form of colonisation?

Jul 10, 2016 19:45 pm UTC| Insights & Views

Higher education in Africa is as old as the pyramids in Egypt. But the continents ancient institutions have long disappeared. The type of higher education thats delivered in Africa today, from curriculum to degree...

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