Recruitment and selection of Academic Staff and Students’ learning experience in Private Christian universities in developing countries: A case study of Zimbabwe Ezekiel Guti University (ZEGU).

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Recruitment and selection of Academic Staff and Students’ learning experience in Private Christian universities in developing countries: A case study of Zimbabwe Ezekiel Guti University (ZEGU).

Abstract

The recruitment and selection of academic staff, who are the most valuable assets of a university, is critical for the standard of education to remain competitive at international levels.  The education sector requires academics with relevant qualifications from credible universities, with relevant experience, who are capable of contributing to teaching, research and community service.  The study explores recruitment and selection of academic staff and the implications on the learning experience of students in a private Christian university in Zimbabwe.

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