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European Journal of Contemporary Education

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

2016

Volume

18

Issue

4

First Page

430

Last Page

437

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DOI

10.13187/ejced.2016.18.430

Abstract

Many universities in Ghana have had a desire to ensure equitable access to formal tertiary education for the growing number of the working public who have sought to improve or better their educational status in tertiary institutions. For many of these working public or individuals, it is almost impossible to stay off work to enroll in these tertiary institutions but rather would most likely prefer to improve their educational and knowledge acquisition status in the comfort of their homes and in a relaxed and calm environment. This study is aimed at distinguishing between whether tertiary institutions should be evenly and commonly regulated and the learning process standardized for all individuals or to be specifically adapted for the individual needs of the target market.

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