Universities live in complex contexts, compete in many different marketplaces, and perform a bewildering array of highly sophisticated services for many diverse constituencies. Although universities focus their efforts primarily on the key dimensions of teaching and research, they engage in a wide range of additional activities derived from the expertise and resources accumulated in support of teaching and research. With the expansion of the assessment of quality at higher education, budgetary allocation, and particularly private sector involvement at higher education for the last five years, institutions became much more complex and the role of Governance and its influence on quality enhancing mechanism became an evermore-popular topic. The purpose of this paper is to highlight different issues among university leaders, teaching community and research students on the role of governance and its influence on quality enhancing mechanism in higher education.
Higher education, Quality education, Teaching, Research
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