“Indonesia is a territory for those who are doing the hard yards to get on their feet. It is not a flippant environment. It is a long-term play.”
Partnership and collaboration are becoming more common approaches to some of our most pressing challenges; from cancer, large infrastructure to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. What are the starting points to collaboration?
An article by John Ross in the Times Higher Education. Twitter: @JohnRoss49 Australian universities are well placed to meet the skills
Now that the Indonesia-Australia Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (IA-CEPA) has been signed, Australia’s training sector has an opportunity to build
New, less risky forms of doing transnational education, such as via dual degrees, need to ensure they don’t lose a focus on the student experience. As competition increases, the student experience is becoming increasingly important to decisions on where to study.
Providing financial support for high-achieving female researchers from developing APEC economies. The 2017 round of the fellowship is now open.
Tesla is ranked number One in Forbes ‘Most Innovative Companies’. This year, 24 major Asian firms appear among Forbes list of the World Most Innovative Companies. The list identifies the top 100 “creative disrupters” – companies that are entering, innovating and attracting the interest of investors.
Asia’s new innovation pioneers are going beyond their traditional role of education and to serve as engines of innovation in order to spark economic growth and improve society as a whole.
The pursuit of higher global rankings is shaping institutional ambitions and national policies. In Malaysia, it’s more pronounced.
China’s investment and internationalisation efforts are showing in the rankings. As much as there are gains to China’s higher education system, there are also emerging tensions.
Within a couple of years, the Australian Government has transformed outbound student mobility with its ambitious New Colombo Plan, supplemented by a range of scholarships and loans. With an investment of over $100 million over 5 years, the New Colombo Plan itself has influenced the way universities approach overseas study experience.
Australian universities play a critical role in supporting economic growth. From preparing graduates for the labour force by training scientists,
Part 4 of 4: A Europe Association of International Education Conference panel addressing the question, ‘Transnational education strategies: what works, what doesn’t? Professor Robert Coelen from Stenden University shares some thoughts.
Part 3 of 4: A Europe Association of International Education Conference panel addressing the question, ‘Transnational education strategies: what works, what doesn’t? Dr Eugene Sebastian from RMIT University shares some thoughts.
Part 2 of 4: A Europe Association of International Education Conference panel addressing the question, ‘Transnational education strategies: what works, what doesn’t? Professor Nigel Healey from Nottingham Trent University shares some thoughts.