|Date and times||Wednesday 2 May 2018, 09.00 - 12.00|
|Location||Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre|
|Early Bird Price||£100|
|Book your place||Via the Going Global 2018 registration form|
This masterclass will empower you to gain a greater understanding of national systems, and to use the resources available to shape and develop your internationalisation strategy.
The international HE landscape is changing rapidly in terms of mobility of students, staff, institutions, programmes/courses, and researchers, and increasingly university research is produced through collaboration with international partners.
As higher education is becoming increasingly international it is crucial to be positioned to engage collaboratively with partner organisations, and to have a rounded understanding of the policy environments and regulatory frameworks in place in other national systems.
Since 2016, the British Council has been building a resource of research in international higher education which profiles the national policy environment for international collaboration in HE in several countries (The shape of global higher education).
For May 2018, ‘The shape of global higher education’ will include a detailed look at the national policies in all ten ASEAN countries, and this masterclass will provide participants with an opportunity to gain early access to this comparative data, and discuss the implications with the lead researchers.
This masterclass is designed for:
- Decision makers and strategists in international facing roles within institutions covering TNE, mobility and research collaboration.
Participant learning outcomes:
- Understand the Global Gauge of higher education policy, what it can be used for and how to use it;
- Appreciate the importance of national policies and frameworks when developing international HE strategies
- Understand some of the implications of “The shape of global higher education” study for practitioners and leaders in international HE;
- Plan how to identify geographic priorities for their international strategy, and guidance of how to implement that plan;
- Gain early access to the latest volume of ‘The shape of global higher education’ which focusses on countries within ASEAN.
Prior to the masterclass participants will be required to complete a short survey – we will use this to understand more about the needs and priorities of workshop participants, and tailor the content accordingly.
Michael Peak, Senior Advisor – Education Research, British Council, UK
Michael trained in research methods and statistics and has experience of researching international higher education since 2005. He has been integral to the inception, development and management of British Council research projects covering different aspects of international education including surveying the motivations of prospective international students, forecasting international student mobility, and measuring and benchmarking the internationalisation activities of different countries.
Dr Graeme Atherton, Director, AccessHE and NEON, UK
Dr Graeme Atherton has been working in the field of education research and management since 1995. After 6 years leading Aimhigher work in London, he founded and now leads both AccessHE and the National Education Opportunities Network (NEON) in the UK. Dr Atherton holds Visiting Professorships at London Metropolitan University and Sunway University, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. He is a member of the European Access Network (EAN) Board and has produced over 120 conference papers, and publications. Graeme has led the latest stage of the British Council study “The shape of global higher education” focussing on HE policy in ASEAN countries.
Associate Professor Munir Shuib, Deputy Director – National Higher Education Research Institute, Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM), Malaysia
Associate Professor Munir Shuib is the Deputy Director at the National Higher Education Research Institute, Universiti Sains Malaysia. He received his BA in Language and Linguistics from University of Essex, and MA and PhD in Applied Linguistics from the University of Sheffield, United Kingdom and Graduate Certificate in Tertiary Education Management from the University of Melbourne, Australia. His areas of interest include graduates’ skills and competencies, higher education curriculum and pedagogy, and English language teaching and learning in higher education. His current study is on international students’ experience. He is a member of ASIATEFL and the Global Higher Education Network.
Professor Glenda Crosling, Head of Centre for Higher Education Research, Sunway University, Malaysia
Professor Glenda Crosling is Head of Centre for Higher Education Research at Sunway University. She has published extensively in the area of quality assurance in higher education. She was Professor & Dean of Academic Enhancement, Sunway University, and Associate Professor (Adjunct) Office of Learning and Teaching, Monash University, Australia.