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The development of universities of technology in the higher education landscape in South Africa
To face the challenges of the 21st century, institutions need to address problems experienced by the modern world. The nature of modern work is changing and continually increasing, with knowledge, information and education. ...
The transformation of the South African higher education sector through mergers - the case study of the Durban University of Technology
Since the advent of democracy in 1994, South African society has been undergoing a rapid transformation. By the time the second democratic elections had come around, the focus had turned to transforming and restructuring ...
The role of relationship marketing within the Durban University of Technology alumni
The alumni form the largest stakeholder group of any higher education institution (HEI). Representatives from this constituency occupy seats on t he Council (the highest governing body of a higher education institution). ...
Factors impacting on the quality of work life : a case study of university "A"
Poor quality of work life is a challenge in higher education institutions (HEIs) and it impact negatively on performance, attraction and retention of quality staff. The purpose of the research was to report on the factors ...
Aligning private higher education with the needs of the local tourism industry
There is a considerable gap between what is provided by tourism education providers and the needs expressed by the industry. Literature pertaining to private higher education institutions based in KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) ...
Factors affecting the motivation of first-year students in the Department of Construction Management and Quantity Surveying at the Durban University of Technology
Technology, student diversity, socio-economic factors, student attrition and retention has significantly affected the teaching and learning environment at university. A first-year student’s life is significantly affected ...