There are currently only a small number of international universities in Africa, however, this number has been growing in recent years. As universities from the UK and, more recently, the USA continue to set-up campuses in Africa, the popularity of university education has increased. Alongside this offer of top-class education, there are African-led initiatives aimed at educating home students and growing future leaders through the African education system. These programmes include the Africa Leadership Academy in South Africa, and the Africa Leadership University in Mauritius and Rwanda.
Morgan Oxford Education is currently connected with 10 international universities based in Africa, including UK universities that have campuses in Africa and the University of Arizona which has a campus in Mauritius. If your aspiration is to further your education in an African setting, contact our team today to discuss your options. We can connect you with your next steps in international education, and help you to achieve your academic aspirations.
Studying at an international university in Africa comes with a range of benefits, including:
Studying in Africa means that students can gain qualifications from UK or USA universities for a fraction of the price.
Low maintenance visas
There are no high maintenance visa processes to complete in order to travel to Africa.
For students already resident in Africa, these study options offer an opportunity to gain top-level qualifications whilst remaining closer to home.
The selected universities and programmes fully embrace African culture and ethos. Students can celebrate their African identity and the cultures of their home country, developing ideas that can contribute to the future of African development.
Over the next 10 years, the number of these institutions is likely to increase and become a sought-after alternative to studying in Europe, North America and Australia.