American University in Cairo opened in 1919. This month, Pittsburgh's Carnegie Mellon University is opening a campus in Kigali, Rwanda. CEIBS (China Europe International Business School) has an MBA program in Accra, Ghana that recently opened. In What are we doing here?, we filmed with missionaries in Malawi from the African Bible Colleges, who recently opened their third campus in Uganda. Is this the beginning of the rise of Western (and Eastern) higher education in Africa? What will this mean for Africans? Check out this interesting NY Times article by D.D. Guttenplan: Local Options Help Slow Africa's Brain Drain.
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