To increase transparency and accountability in the teaching learning process, across the country, the Ministry of Education signs agreements with public higher education institutions. The aim of the consensus is to increase student employment rates through quality education, which will benefit university graduates.
Beginning this year Deliverology, which finds its origins in Great Britain, will focus on the core issues that arise in the transition between graduation and finding employment. Among the 7 core strategies that the Ministry of Education proposed increasing pedagogy methods of teachers, amplifying student learning, enhancing English language proficiency, ensuring industry linkages and strengthening internships will be some of the key plans for universities to follow.
The Ministry of Education believes students in the future will be able to put their degrees to good use. By focusing on an approach that all Ethiopian universities will abide by an all around road map has been set. As Ethiopia’s flagship university, by 2020, the University of Gondar seeks to create an environment that will allow 85% of its former students to gain access to a worthwhile job after graduation.
By Samuel Malede| Public and International Relations Directorate