University 4.0: Meeting the demands of Fourth Industrial Revolution

University 4.0: Meeting the demands of Fourth Industrial Revolution

  University 4.0: Meeting the demands of Fourth Industrial Revolution Although there have been discussions on student-centred learning, learning outcomes, lifelong learning and use of...
Women Empowerment: Katherine Graham and ‘The Post’

Women Empowerment: Katherine Graham and ‘The Post’

Be Inspired. “The thing women must do to rise to power is to redefine their femininity. Once, power was considered a masculine attribute. In fact,...
Prince Turki al Faisal

Featured Interview: HRH Prince Turki Al Faisal on university rankings, refugee scholars and transforming...

QS:  In your opinion, why are university rankings important? HRH Prince Turki al Faisal: University rankings are important because they (1) promote transparency and good...
How rankings help to increase employment opportunities among graduates

How rankings help to increase employment opportunities among graduates

Employment opportunities Today, employability is the top priority for prospective students looking to pursue higher education. They are well aware of both the financial and...
International partnerships are essential for universities

International partnerships are essential for universities

As educational hubs continue to progress, the chance of attracting international students from traditional regions of recruitment proves to become increasingly challenging. International collaborations between...
Refugee entrepreneurship is beneficial to the economy

Refugee entrepreneurship is beneficial to the economy

Editor’s Opinion: If refugees are able to contribute to the informal economy of receiving countries, they may just be the hidden gems developed nations...
Indian students dominate foreign universities

Indian students dominate foreign universities

The number of parents sending their children for an overseas higher education has been trending, with approximately 62 percent stating to have sent their...
How Asia will disrupt Higher Education Worldwide

How Asia will disrupt Higher Education Worldwide

These mismatches are hindering the impending partnerships between universities and industry. At the Higher Education Policy Institute’s 14th Annual Lecture, NUS President Professor Tan...

Intense competition among universities may have adverse effects on students

The higher education landscape in Britain is undergoing great adjustment as a result of the reforms implemented by the Conservative-Liberal Democrat coalition government. Besides...

Higher education thrives through innovation in the world of globalisation

It is important to create an environment of “inclusive innovation” where it involves diversity and inclusion. The relationship between globalisation and innovation is complex, timely...

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