Globalization has dramatically changed the dynamics of competition among Universities. Competition among universities was previously limited within the national boundaries but this notion has changed. Worldwide various universities have responded to the changing trends by organizing University education across borders. East African Universities have responded to the trend of cross border education but with limited results. Whereas integration of East Africa was viewed as a catalyst but has not fully yielded much fruits. The book advocates for East African Universities to quickly adapt to the environmental changes, match global trends so as to become more competitive and enhance effectiveness in cross border education. The book highlights historical trend of cross border education in East Africa, arguments for and against cross border education, strategies and approaches together recommendations for the most effective means of organizing cross border University Education by East African Universities. Entrepreneurs and Managers of public and private Universities will find the book handy in addressing the dilemma for organizing cross border education.
The Author is a PhD student University of South Africa, has Two Masters degrees in Management. He is a lecturer and researcher with Mount Kenya University, has undertaken several management consultancies with leading organizations in Africa. The author has participated in various academic conferences and published leading academic Journals.