Transformation in Higher Education is an international, transdisciplinary journal that seeks original contributions that reflect upon and theorise transformation in higher education in all its different nuances. It aims to disseminate high impact, evidence based research across disciplines in higher education that could ultimately support high level learning, teaching and research. View our Editorial Team.

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Pedagogical relations as a decolonisation tool in African higher education: Reflection on the ethics of care, respect, and trust  
Felix I. Okoye
13 May 2024

Original Research

A linguistic evaluation of the South African higher education sector: A reflection on 30 years of democracy (1994–2024)  
Tebogo J. Rakgogo
26 April 2024

Review Article

An evaluation of venue capacity constraints on teaching and learning in higher education  
Kutu S. Ramolobe, Mahlatse Malatji, Sinovuyo Mavuso
28 March 2024

Original Research

Beyond COVID-19: Teaching and learning lessons for the next pandemic through Ubuntu currere  
Mlamuli N. Hlatshwayo, Amanda Mbatha
02 March 2024

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Challenges of transforming curricula: Reflections by an interdisciplinary Community of Practice  
Gerda Dullaart, Ydalene Coetsee, Jean L. Farmer, Jennifer Feldman, Jerome Joorst, Ruenda Loots, Marianne McKay, Simbongile Ntwasa
15 December 2023

Reviewer Acknowledgement

Acknowledgement to reviewers  
Editorial Office
17 November 2023

Original Research

The interplay between strategic drivers and neoliberalism in South African higher education  
Dirk Rossouw, Geoffrey A. Goldman
29 September 2023

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Information communication technology integration via Bloom’s taxonomy in accountancy curriculum  
Olive Stumke
29 September 2023

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Gender regimes and gender relations in higher education: The case of a civil engineering course  
Noshmee D. Baguant, Hyleen Mariaye, Thabo Msibi
18 September 2023

Original Research

Counselling support for postgraduate open and distance e-learning students in South Africa: A case study  
Kamleshie Mohangi, Hermina Olivier
15 September 2023
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