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Periodical articleKachero, F. and Obachi, E. (2011)
The highest common factor in the current and future information profession
Maktaba. Volume 1 #1. p. 111-126.

Periodical articleKimeu, A. and Mengech, H.K. and Mutema, A. and Kangethe, S. (2011)
Comparative study of professional competences of graduates of innovative and conventional medical schools in Kenya: a case of graduates of Moi and Nairobi universities
International Journal of Professional Practice. Volume 2 #3. July-September. p. 285-296.

Periodical articleFosu, V.K. (2008)
See this documentCareer aspirations of final year diploma in librarianship students of the University of Ghana, Legon
Ghana Library Journal. Volume 20 #1. p. 65-79.

Periodical articleDlamini, S.R. (2006)
The evolution of professional education in Swaziland and the making of an elite class of Swazi women, 1925-1947
UNISWA Research Journal. Volume 20. December. p. 5-16.

Periodical articleKitindi, E.G. and Mgaya, K.V. (2006)
See this documentEssentials skills for accounting graduates: the accounting practitioner's perspective
African Journal of Finance and Management. Volume 15 #1. July. p. 31-47.

Periodical articleOlanya, J. (2006)
The role of the academia in professional development of the banking sector in Uganda
Ugandan Banker. Volume 16 [i.e. 14]. December. p. 34-35.

Periodical articleMvudi Matingu, S. (2004)
Problématique de l'adéquation entre la formation technique et professionnelle de niveau post-primaire et emploi en RDC
Cahiers économiques et sociaux. Volume 26 #1-3. déc.. p. 71-83.

Periodical articleTengar, C.Y. (2003)
Formative assessment for professional development: a tertiary agenda
Journal of Education (Réduit, Mauritius). Volume 2 #1. March. p. 91-104.

Periodical articleYonas A. (2003)
Primary school teachers' perceived difficulties in implementing innovative ELT methodologies in the Ethiopian context
I.E.R. Flambeau. Volume 11 #1. December. p. 23-55.

Periodical articleTitanji, V.P.K. (2002)
Professionalisation of the universities in Cameroon and relevance to the world of work
Journal of Applied Social Sciences (Buea, Cameroon). Volume 2 #1-2. p. 8-23.

Periodical articleLambi, C.M. (1998)
The professionalisation of university studies: the case of geography
Journal of Applied Social Sciences (Buea, Cameroon). Volume 1 #1. p. 15-23.

Periodical articleMmbaga, W.D.S. (1995)
Tanzania addresses itself to professional banking education: a note
Tanzanian Bankers Journal. #5. January. p. 53-59.

Periodical articleNyapadi, T. (1993)
Legal education in Zimbabwe
Legal Forum. Volume 5 #2. June. p. 7-13.

Periodical articleTötemeyer, A. (1992)
Developmental variables in the future South Africa that can influence the curriculum for information science
NIWA-Info. Volume 2 #5. January. p. 3-5.

Periodical articleTembo, K.C. and Kalea, J. (1991)
Competency-based learning for vocational professionals of science and technology
Journal of the University of Malawi. #4. August. p. 13-16.

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