CHEPS has been working in partnership with Ministry responsible for higher education in Mozambique since 2004. The current project (2011 – 2017) covers five aspects of system reform: the development of an integrated and coordinated approach to quality assurance and accreditation, the development of a credit accumulation and transfer system, the design of a system-wide management information system, the reform of higher education funding and the development of management capacity in the Ministry. Partners in the project are the ICT Centre of Radboud University, Nijmegen and the Mozambican Higher Institute for Public Administration (ISAP).
The project is funded by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs through the NICHE programme managed by Nuffic.
Contact person for CoHERe at CHEPS is Jon File.