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Article Released Mon-14th-December-2015 14:42 GMT
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 Asian universities are exploring multidimensional strategies to ameliorate their university ranking

They are moving away from government-centralized governance to self-governance, paving the way to more efficient and better-ranked world-class universities.

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KL, Malaysia, 14 Dec, 2015 – The quality and performance of higher education in Asia are on the rise! Asian universities are moving away from government-centralized governance to self-governance, paving the way to more efficient and better-ranked world-class universities.

The capable universities leaders are progressively exploring innovative teaching pedagogies, talent management strategies, sustainable revenue models, and university-industry partnership initiatives to uplift their university teaching & research. In Asia, there are indigenous intellectual traditions, history and culture to be leveraged on for varsities education, instead of recklessly following Anglo Saxon measurements and paradigm.

Visionary educators, Professor Joshua Mok Ka-ho, the vice President at Lingnan University, whose works include acclaimed book “Research, Development and Innovation in Asia Pacific Higher Education” and Mr. Duncan Ross from Times Higher Education Ranking, have widely advocated and demonstrated key elements that Asian universities can leverage to progress the university further. They will be sharing their success stories with university leaders in the region, as opening speakers at Higher Education Leaders Asia Forum 2016 happening on 23-25 February 2016, in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia.

Distinguished speakers also include Professor Hamish Coates, from University of Melbourne, Professor Peter Looker from Nanyang Technological University, and Dr. Awang Bulgiba Awang Mahmud from University of Malaya.

Higher Education Leaders Asia Forum makes its way to Malaysia following a successful series of education events in the US, Australia, and most recently in Singapore. School leaders from across the country will gather to learn from leading case studies and engage in discussion on pressing issues such as fostering strategic university-industry partnership, sustainable revenue models, talent management to build collaborative culture for their universities.

Interested educators can find out more and register online at www.highereduleaders.com.

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For more information such as the event agenda and attendee list, please visit www.highereduleaders.com or email us at enquiry@iqpc.com.sg.

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