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Higher education is inaccessible to many because there is not enough space in physical universities for the number of potential students. This will only worsen as the young population reaches school age. Consequently, UNESCO projects a global deficit of 100 million university seats by 2035.
For those who can get a seat at a local university, it is often not high-quality education. In Nigeria, for instance, the most accessible and affordable higher education is public universities, which are of inferior quality. They are plagued with issues such as inadequate infrastructure, obsolete curriculums and overcrowded classrooms.
Yet graduates are at a disadvantage when entering the workforce because of the weak teaching standards. Higher institutions do not teach skills that enables students become employable and help support organisations.
We partner with higher institutions to improve teaching and learning outcomes.