Sem Model Results on the Effect of Antecedents of the University of Nairobi And Jiangsu University’s Academic Quality within the Higher Education Institutions


Authors : Joseph Muiruri Thige; Li HongBo; Max William Ssali; Falvian Adhiambo Odhiambo; Duncan Hongo Omenda; Consolata Wairimu Nderitu; Joice Meshi Foku

Volume/Issue : Volume 6 - 2021, Issue 7 - July

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This study harmonizes the structural estimations concerning the impact, relations and associations of the five main parameters of the academic quality of The University of Nairobi (UON) in comparison to Jiangsu University (UJS). The study aims at explicating the comparative significance, directions and correlational characteristics of UJS & UON’s, through an extrapolation for this, and a robust diagnostic for the impacts and directions identified towards academic quality in the two academic institutions as well as affirming the consistency of the current academic quality. The study innovatively implicates anew objective when the paired homologous structural departments are implicated into the mediation and moderation relation effects, and how the integrative changes the academic quality of the respective universities. The study integrates into new objective when their inter-correlational and analogous comparison is made to identify their temporal similarities and differences while addressing the gap and variance for academic development policy formulation

Keywords : Subjects: Arts; Education; Social Sciences, Higher Education; Academic Antecedents; Variances; Comparative Analogy; Research Design; Causality; Comparability

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