The Ministry of Tertiary Education, Research, Science and Technology is a government ministry of Botswana.
Collaboration, Co-production & Consuming.
The Ministry was established in October 2016. Its primary mandate is to transform Botswana from a resource based to a knowledge based economy.
A knowledge based society enabling prosperity for all.
To provide and build knowledge and innovation through the development and implementation of Policy on Tertiary Education, Research, Science and Technology to transform Botswana into a knowledge-based society through effect stakeholder collaboration.
College of Education:
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The Ministry of Tertiary Education Research, Science and Technology is a government ministry of Botswana. Its offices are in Gaborone.The Ministry of Tertiary Education, Research Science and Technology exists to provide and build knowledge and innovation through the development and implementation of Policy on Tertiary Education, Research, Science and Technology to transform Botswana in to a knowledge based society through effective stakeholder collaboration
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