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Lecturers’ competence and the Quality of University Graduates; The Case of Private and Public Universities in Uganda.
preprintposted on 17.09.2019, 18:19 by Godfrey BagonzaGodfrey Bagonza, Anthony Muwagga Mugagga, Nicholas Itaaga
This study investigated the effect of Lecturers' Competence on the Quality of University graduates in Uganda. The study used both quantitative and qualitative methods to collect data from key university stakeholders. The study found a significant positive correlation between Lecturers' Competence and the quality of university graduates in Uganda.
Declaration of conflicts of interestThis article is from a study done by the named authors. Work refered from other sources has been accordingly acknowledged in the list of references.
Corresponding author firstname.lastname@example.org
Lead author countryUganda
Lead author job roleHigher Education Lecturer
Lead author institutionKyambogo University
Ethics statementThe current study on ‘Lecturers’ Competence and the Quality of University Graduates in Uganda’ took into consideration the three main ethical conditions of necessity, no potential for harm on subjects and intentional as proposed researchers like (Deborah, 2008) as essential criteria for ethics in social science research. Ethical approval was obtained from Makerere University Research Ethics Committee (MUREC) and further approval was obtained from the Uganda National Council of Science and Technology (UNCST) with reference No SS 508. Informed consent was sought from all the human participants and the necessity, intention, potential risks of the project were clearly indicated for the participants.
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