Universities and Social Inequalities in the Global South

Participation in tertiary education has increased significantly across the globe, in parallel with heightened social aspirations and the expectation of better labour market opportunities stemming from a university degree. Ananya Mukherjee-Reed discusses whether higher education can be the passport to social mobility in countries of the Global South today.

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