INFLUENCE OF LECTURERS' QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE ON THE PERFORMANCE OF UNDERGRADUATE MEDICAL AND PARAMEDICAL STUDENTS AT SOME SELECTED UNIVERSITIES IN MOGADISHU, SOMALIA.
Ahmed-Rashid Mohamed Abdi
senior lecturer , University of Somalia (UNISO)
The study examined the Influence of lecturersâ€™ qualifications and experience on the performance of undergraduate medical and paramedical students at some selected universities in Mogadishu, Somalia. The study roped into a sample of (300) lecturers selected from three universities considering five medicine and paramedical faculties; medicine, medical laboratory, nurse, pharmacy, and public health. Data collection was done through questionnaires. Two research hypotheses guided this study, the research hypothesis was tested using correlational research design and ANONA. The findings from the study revealed that the lecturersâ€™ equal qualification experience significantly influence the academic performance of undergraduate medical and paramedical students at some selected universities in Mogadishu, Somalia. The study also revealed lecturersâ€™ years of teaching experience and the certificate level can also significantly influence studentsâ€™ academic performance. Based on the findings of this study, the recommendations are also given by the lecturers.
Keywords: Academic performance, lecturersâ€™ qualification, experience, undergraduate medical students
Journal Name :
EPRA International Journal of Environmental Economics, Commerce and Educational Management
Published on : 2022-05-10