BOTSWANA MARKET INSIGHT; INTEREST GROWS FOR INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION

BOTSWANA MARKET INSIGHT; INTEREST GROWS FOR INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION

Botswana has remained a strong growing middle-class economy with enhanced educational initiatives to improve graduate’s outcome – nurturing graduates for rewarding careers and international visibility.

In this regard, Human Resource Development Council (HRDC) in partnership with OAA study invites local Tertiary Education Institutions (TEIs) and international Universities and Colleges to a welcome reception on the 18th September, 2018 and to further participate in career development exhibitions from 19th to 22nd September 2018.

HRDC in its bid to contribute to the realisation of policy imperatives such as National Human Resource Development Strategy (NHRDS), the National Development Plan (NDP) 11, Education and Training Sector Strategic Plan (ETSSP) continues to engage with critical stakeholders both at national and international level. To this end, HRDC has been in consultation with OAA Study, an Australian based agency that facilitates access to international education to deploy an all-inclusive global human resource development programs that will ensure an enhanced graduate outcome. Issues of re- training and retooling that the country has been aspiring for might be a reality from the partnership.

There are opportunities for stakeholders in international education to engage with local education and training providers, HRDC and its partner organizations and the parent Ministry of Tertiary Education, Research, Science & Technology on topical issues outlined as follows;

  1. International Student Placement Services.
  2. Student/Staff Exchanges.
  3. Articulation programmes.
  4. Curriculum alignment for internationalization purposes

About HRDC

The Human Resource Development Council (HRDC) is responsible for: providing policy advice on all matters of national human resource development; coordinating and promoting the implementation of the National Human Resource Development Strategy (NHRDS); development of the National and Sector Human Resource Development Plans; and planning and advising on tertiary education financing and Work- Place Learning.

For participation please register at http://www.events.oaastudy.com/

 

For more information, kindly contact:

Ms. Faith Tuelo

Manager, Stakeholder Relations

Human Resource Development Council (HRDC)

Tel: +267 393 0741 Cell: +267 73475204

Email: ftuelo@hrdc.org.bw

Website: www.hrdc.org.bw